The focus of this course is to increase your awareness, knowledge and skills associated with the career and job search process both domestically and globally. The course includes career exploration and discovery, as well as the tactical pieces of a job search.
Study in this vibrant city with a centuries-old history of intellectual advances and social tolerance. Take business classes in English and/or French alongside French and international students and enjoy the college-town atmosphere, nightlife, and student-centered community.
Examine the relationship between food and culture in the context of France, a country well-known for its commitment to food.
Global Eᵌ is a multinational consortium of over 70 schools of engineering in the United States and internationally. The consortium provides a vehicle for engineering student exchange in over 20 countries. The organization is managed globally by the Institute of International Education, and by the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. This program is administered by College of Science & Engineering. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
Live and study engineering in Montpellier, France’s fastest-growing city and home to thousands of students from around the world. Experience the exciting hub of modern technological industries alongside historic traditions. Explore Montpellier’s historic city, the Place de la Comédie; and take excursions to the striking Provence region, nearby Medieval towns, and the famous historic cities of Avignon and Arles. It is an ideal place to take classes for your major, from computer science to mechanical engineering.
French cuisine is one of the most famous and imitated cuisines in the world, but did you know that Western France is the most important region in Europe for agriculture and agribusiness? This study abroad program will explain crop production and the agroecology of the region, sustainable livestock farming systems and agribusiness structures, and examine the importance of food to the French culture. This program is administered by the College of Food, Agricultural & Natural Resource Sciences' Office of International Programs. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the functions of large, global banking organizations. We will start with a review of the impact of the financial crisis on the regulatory landscape, and identify some of the key differences between U.S., European, and Global regulatory frameworks.
Many great advances in civilization began in France—Gothic architecture, the code of chivalry, the Enlightenment, and the science of gastronomy among them. France retains some influence in its former colonies in Africa and Asia and is a major force in the European Union.
Study in Montpellier, with a centuries-old history of intellectual advances and social tolerance. Enjoy the college-town atmosphere, nightlife, and student-centered community. Choose beginning through advanced French language courses as well as courses in humanities, engineering, sciences, and business.
Long known as one of France’s most sporty cities, Montpellier is an ideal place to learn about French sports culture. This course will cover such topics as sports tourism, sports psychology, and sports pedagogy.