This is a bilingual campus. Proficiency in French is very helpful when matriculating. Otherwise, the course work can be very demanding, as one is expected to become bilingual by graduation. I believe this is where some of the negative reviews are stemming from. Some monolingual students may naively believe that the French language requirements are going to be easy. They are not. Aside from the French requirement, the campus itself is quite stunning.
As far as the French program goes, I would not go there, the professors in the FRLS classes are the worst. Also, if you are considering studying translation and you are Francophone this is a good place, there are a lot of job opportunities in this area, however, if you are an Anglophone and are considering studying French to English translation - don't! There is no future in it for English translators, and unfortunately I learned the hard way, worst mistake of my life.
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