Bordeaux is an enchanting French city ripe with 18th century architecture, a cosmopolitan city life, and the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to succeed in the global business environment.
Twenty kilometers south of Paris on a wooded campus, HEC School of Management is located in Jouy-en-Josas at the heart of the European business community.
Improve your French language abilities while also building knowledge of international business topics through comparative analysis.
Live in Paris while studying contemporary French society and culture or focusing on French intellectual tradition and emergent thought. Visit sites within Paris as well as weekend trips to other regions in France. Check the website for CIEE's France programs for specific eligibility requirements and program features.
Study Gothic art and architecture in its country of origin; a full-day visit to the city of Chartres forms part of the course.
Experience aesthetics in Japan through "drawing as meditation".
Long known as one of France’s most sporty cities, Montpellier is a great place to learn about French sports culture. This course will cover such topics as sports tourism, sports psychology and sports pedagogy.
SPAN, the Student Project for Amity among Nations, offers a one-of-a-kind international learning experience. Students travel abroad to conduct research on a self-chosen topic and to build bridges of understanding across borders, cultures, and continents.
Study in this vibrant city with a centuries-old history of intellectual advances and social tolerance. Choose beginning, intermediate or advanced French language courses. Enjoy the college-town atmosphere, nightlife and student-centered community.
Western France is the most important region in Europe for agriculture and agribusiness. Classes will explain crop production and the agroecology of the region, sustainable livestock farming systems and agribusiness structures.
Absorb vibrant stories of French creative history in a setting that you will never forget!