LOCATION AND LODGING
Classes will be held in the heart of the city, on the Left Bank. Students stay with carefully selected French families and discover Paris while immersing themselves in French life and language.
VISITS AND EXCURSIONS
Cultural activities, speakers, and excursions within and around the city will supplement course work. Classes are scheduled over four days each week, allowing students ample opportunity to explore the city and its rich cultural resources. In addition, the group will travel in May to Angoulême for the Festival Musiques Métisses, Biarritz, and the Atlantique coast.
The 2011-2012 comprehensive fee covers room and board, instruction fees, public transportation in Paris, all group excursions, and some cultural events. Students are responsible for the cost of round-trip transportation to Paris, books, and additional personal expenses. Estimates for minimum expenses beyond airfare run from $300 to $500. Student financial aid is applicable as on campus. (Financial aid for air transportation may be available.)
Applications are available on this website as well as in the Off-Campus Studies office, Leighton 119.
Applications are due Monday, April 18, 2011 (second round due October 3, 2011) to Mary Tatge, Administrative Assistant, LDC 340.
Initial decisions regarding acceptance will be completed soon thereafter. A few spaces will be reserved for a second round of recruiting to be held in the fall term of the 2011-12 academic year.
For further information about the French Studies Seminar in Paris, contact the Office of Off-Campus Studies, Leighton 119, x4332, or Professor Cathy Yandell at firstname.lastname@example.org.