hey. i read that, but i literally don't know any french - they honestly can't expect you to take the test if you're going to get 0 - what's the point? I've enrolled in french classes and submitted that to them. I've also indicated (as the process does take forever) that I will be moving to France at the end of the year on a working holiday visa - so even when (or if) i get to the federal part, I can be immersed in the french language.
My bachelors was in international business and my masters was in applied finance. I have prince 2 certification and my career is in change/project management - so plenty of jobs, particularly in Montreal.
I haven't heard anything back. I honestly hope they don't come back and say you need to submit a TEFAQ score. I wouldn't even know where to right my name! The biggest pain will be, I emailed the Hong Kong office and they took forever to respond, but even if I am located in the UK, they will expect (if an interview is required, which i think it will be) that I have to go to Hong Kong and couldn't go to Paris. I don't know maybe i'll be lucky! I did write a pretty aggressive letter stating my situation and why i wanted to move to Quebec. I also talked about the fact I'm very adaptable and even though I don't speak french i have lived in foreign speaking countries such as spain and austria - so who knows! They may just say yes because australians get a 2 year working holiday visa anyway (if your under 30) - which is 1 year less than getting residency - that might be why there are no australian or new zealand trackitts for canada!?
Have you submitted?