IES France

IES France — Academics

Program Structure

IES is an affiliated program. You receive resident credit for the courses you take. Your grades count toward your University of Minnesota GPA and each course appears on your transcript. More information can be found in the Academics Policy.

Coursework

Paris French Studies: Choose from courses in French language and area studies including business, economics and the humanities. Enrollment in regular French university courses is available with advanced French language skills. Additional academic background is required to enroll at some French institutions. Internships are available in business, non-governmental organizations, journalism and education. Instruction is conducted entirely in French by French faculty.

Nantes: Choose from courses in French language and area studies, including economics, political science and the humanities. Enrollment in regular French university courses is available with advanced French language skills. Additional academic background is required to enroll at other French institutions. Teaching assistant internships in local schools are available. Instruction is in French by French faculty.

 

Typical credits: 30 for academic year; 15 for fall or spring semester.

Finding Course Information

Learn about country-specific academic terminology and how to find host university course information.

Application Help Drop-In Hours

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Tuesday & Thursday
9am-12:15pm

Learning Abroad Center,
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