SIT Rabat: Fall and Spring students can choose in-depth study of either Migration and Transnational Identity, Field Studies in Journalism and New Media or Multiculturalism and Human Rights. Summer students choose Arabic Language and Community Service. Excursions, sometimes out of country and related to core course are included. Housing is homestay, hostels and guest houses.
SIT Antananarivo, Madagascar: Fall and Spring students choose the Biodiversity and Natural Resource Management track; Summer students study Traditional Medicine and Healthcare Systems. Both programs expertly combine classroom and community learning. Language of instruction is French and English. Enjoy excursions to a rural village and to one of the world’s largest barrier reefs. Housing is homestay.
IES Nice: Fall, Spring and Summer terms on the French Riviera are offered in breathtaking Nice. Available tracks with courses taught in English and French are French Studies and Business, Science/Engineering/Business or direct enrollment in a local university (for advanced students only). Summer students may choose the new Multiculturalism in Europe track. Course-related and cultural excursions are included. Housing is homestay or apartments, depending on track chosen.
IES Nantes (France): Spend a Fall or Spring term in livable, accessible and exciting Nantes, just hours from Paris yet small enough for students to feel at home quickly. This is a Language Immersion and Area Studies program for students with at least 4 semesters of French. Teaching internships are possible. Excursions to explore other parts of France are included. Housing is homestay.
CIEE Paris: Fall, Spring, Full Year, and Summer programs. In every corner of the breathtaking city, you’ll find luxury shops, museums, boutiques, and bistros. Explore this favorite tourist destination and experience the city’s iconic sites, from the Champs-Élysées to the Cathedral at Notre Dame, as well as its prominence in finance and commerce. Choose from tracks in French Language + Culture, Film/Music Critical Studies, Art + Architecture, Liberal Arts, and Global Internships.
CIEE Brussels: Fall, Spring, Full Year, and Summer programs. Charm, trendy restaurants and nightclubs, shopping, museums, and architecture make beautiful Brussels a must-see European destination. French is the dominant language, though Dutch (Flemish) and English are widely spoken. Choose from tracks focused on Business, Communication, Liberal Arts and Cultural Studies. English internships are available, and both homestays and residence halls are available.
Choose from a range of universities and study centers in the City of Light and reach your academic goals. English-taught content courses and French-taught language and content courses are available depending on your language level. CEA Paris provides a compelling and interactive environment supplemented by outside of class cultural excursions. Study Liberal Arts, International Business, French Language and more with CEA in Paris. Service learning and internships are available. Recent excursions include the Loire Valley, Provence and Freiburg, Germany.
CEA Grenoble, France: Fall, Spring, Summer and Year (Fall & Spring) terms. Study in a charming city with cobblestone streets, a backdrop of snow-capped mountains and is world-renowned for its business schools. Coursed offered in English and French. Program Options: French Language & Culture; Intensive French Language; International Business; and Business Studies. Cultural activities and excursions are included. Housing is either homestay, apartment or residence hall.
CEA French Riviera, France: Fall, Spring, Summer and Year (Fall & Spring) terms. Study in a city rich in culture, home to the first European Science and Technology Park and host of the Cannes Film Festival. Courses offered in English and French. Program Options: Science & Engineering; Business, Communications & Liberal Arts; and French Language & Culture. Cultural activities and excursions included. Housing is either homestay, apartment or residence hall.
Voted by the French as “the most desired French town to live in,” this idyllic university town has much to offer students who want to be immersed in French language and culture in and out of the classroom. Cafes, theatres, festivals, and outdoor concerts can be enjoyed along with a wide range of subjects at one of CEA’s partner institutions. Classes are available in French or English, depending on student proficiency. Excursions to historic sites in southern France are included. Volunteer opportunities available.