University prep is headed up by the Guidance office, who are committed to supporting each student as they identify and develop their interests and strengths and explore their post-secondary options.
Our students have an exciting range of possibilities thanks to the distinctive education they receive at the LFT. With 100% university attendance (75% in English language universities) and French BAC scores well above the average, our students are more than ready to thrive at top universities in Canada, the United States, France and Internationally. Download the full list of universities that have accepted our students over the past 5 years.
Our Top Schools
|Canada – Ontario||Canada – Quebec||France||USA||England||Others|
|University of Toronto||McGill||Sciences-Po Paris||Columbia University||Imperial College, London||HEC Lausanne, Switzerland|
|University of Waterloo||HEC Montréal||Prépa Grandes Écoles||Cornell University||University College of London||American University of Beirut, Lebanon|
|Queen’s University||Concordia University||Université d’Angers||Harvard University||University of St Andrews||IE University, Spain|
At LFT, we work to educate all students about their post-BAC options. We provide special expertise in the French, American, British, and Canadian application processes. Each student in Grade 11 and 12 is encouraged to meet regularly with the University Counsellor. Download our School Profile
English language requirements for Admission to English Canadian Universities
Students who have been studying in North-America for the last three years are not required to sit for any English language exam. It is however best to consult the universities’ websites. The LFT offers classes to help students prepare for the TOEFL exam. A few options are available. For the TOEFL, English North American Universities usually require a minimum score between 90 and 100. For the IELTS, English North American Universities usually require a minimum score between 6.5 and 7.0 on the Academic IELTS.
SAT and SAT Subject Tests
Students applying in the US and the UK usually have to write the SAT and sometimes one or two SAT subject tests before December of Grade 12. http://sat.collegeboard.org/register. For practice purposes, students may write the PSAT (preparation Test) directly at the LFT in October of Grade 11. The LFT offers classes to help students prepare for this exam.
Reading, Mathematics and Writing Scores
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