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University of Calgary Calendar 2012-2013 Continuing Education 2. Information
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Contact Information

Location: Education Tower 220 and Downtown Campus: 229, 906 - 8 Avenue S.W.

Student Information: 403.220.2866; 1.866.220.4992 (outside Calgary)

Email address: conted@ucalgary.ca

Web page URL: http://conted.ucalgary.ca

Program Enquiries

French Centre

Telephone: 403.220.7226

Email: centrefr@ucalgary.ca

Adult Learning/Liberal Arts/Fine Arts and Visual Design/Academic Preparation

Telephone: 403.220.2952

Email: adedlife@ucalgary.ca

Business and Professional Programs

Telephone: 403.220.2988

Email: business.conted@ucalgary.ca

Languages: Arabic, Cantonese, Czech, Dutch, English as a Second Language (part-time), German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian and American Sign Language

Telephone: 403.220.2952

Email: language@ucalgary.ca

English Language Program

Telephone: 403.220.3301

Email: esl@ucalgary.ca

Mission

Continuing Education provides high-quality educational opportunities to lifelong learners, thereby strengthening our communities and our university.

Mandate

To offer a wide range of extension seminars, courses, certificates, and diploma programs to individuals and organizations seeking opportunities for professional development and personal enrichment.

To work with faculties across the University of Calgary, and with select external organizations, to develop and deliver continuing education programs to professionals, scholars, artists, and members of the community at large.

Through the French Centre, to promote the French language and francophone cultures on the University of Calgary campus.

Resources

The French Centre

The French Centre (Craigie Hall C 301) is a friendly "drop-in" place for those wishing to converse in French. The atmosphere is relaxed, and there is a good supply of magazines, newspapers, dictionaries, books and games.

Le Centre français, à Craigie Hall C 301, est un lieu de rencontre en français pour les étudiants, pour les membres de l'université ainsi que de la communauté de Calgary. La visite de ce coin du campus permet aux francophiles et aux francophones non seulement d'échanger des idées, de parcourir un magazine ou de prendre un café au son d'une musique francophone, mais aussi de participer aux activités socio-culturelles.