French language programs – study abroad

French language programs - study abroad Rennes, Paris, France    Dakar, Senegal

Belmont in France: French Studies in Angers: CLOSED

This summer 2, 2017 – August 2, 2017
Have a month-lengthy French language immersion enter in the attractive Loire Valley. Studies occur in the Center Worldwide d’Etudes Francaises (CIDEF) around the campus from the Universite Catholique de l’Ouest in Angers, using the final four times of this program put in Paris. 
Section Of STUDY: French Language (all levels), Third Year Writing
CONTACT: Dr. Cheryl Brown or Dr. John Paine

Belmont in Canada: Canadian French Language Immersion in Quebec: CLOSED

May 15, 2017 – June 16,  2017 or This summer 3, 2017 – August 4,  2017
You’ll enjoy four days of Canadian French Language attend  Ecole de langue française et de culture québecoise (ELFCQ) from the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC) and cultural immersion in Quebec.
Section Of STUDY: Canadian French Language
CONTACT: Dr. Cheryl Brown

Ecole de Management de Normandie (Exchange Partner): Caen, France

Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Belmont students may pursue double-degree programs running a business in the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Section Of STUDY: Entrepreneurship, Finance, French Language, Human Sources, Marketing, Settlement, Worldwide Business, Law
CONTACT: Dr. Shaun Overby

KEDGE Business School (Exchange Partner): Marseilles, France

Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Belmont students might take business classes in the undergraduate and graduate levels at KEDGE’s campus in Marseilles (formerly Euromed Management).
Section Of STUDY: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, French Language, Computer Management, Worldwide Business, Law, Marketing, Management, Operations 
CONTACT: Dr. Shaun Overby

College of Angers (Exchange Partner): Angers, France

Semester, Academic Year, Summer time
Pursue French vocabulary skills (advanced level students only) in the center from the Loire Valley.
Section Of STUDY: French Language (advanced level proficiency) Another disciplines with prior approval.
CONTACT: Dr. Cheryl Brown

CEA Study Abroad (Exterior Program Provider)

French language programs - study abroad enter in the attractive Loire

Aix-en-Provence, French Alps, French Riviera, Paris
Semester, Academic Year, Summer time
CEA offers a multitude of program options in France for those language levels. Classes are offered in British too. Students also provide chance to consider courses alongside French students along with other worldwide students at local universities
Section Of STUDY: French Language 
CONTACT: Bonnie Marschner

CIEE (Exterior Program Provider)

Rennes, Paris, France
Dakar, Senegal
Semester, Academic Year, Summer time
With CIEE learning study abroad programs, begin and make the most of a really holistic educational experience. Study with local students, accept local families, explore your brand-new home through cultural excursions, and volunteer with local organizations. Allow the community become the perfect classroom while you build up your fluency inside a second language while deepening knowing about it of some other culture and it is people.
Section Of STUDY: French Language
CONTACT: Bonnie Marschner

GEO (Exterior Program Provider)

Angers, France
Semester/Academic Year/Summer time

The program enables you to definitely immerse yourself in French language (no matter French language ability) whilst being familiar with French culture,politics, and society. Courses cover many disciplines, including history, sociology, political science, and French culture and civilization. You’ll attend the worldwide language institute (CIDEF) from the Universite Catholique de l’Ouest, taking courses around along with other worldwide students.
Regions Of STUDY: French Language and Culture CONTACT: Bonnie Marschner

French language programs - study abroad Entrepreneurship, Finance, French Language, Human

NOT WHAT I EXPECTED… (First Impression of French Classes – Study Abroad)


Kat Badly: The personality thing is so true! People can't tell that you're funny if you aren't fluent in their language. AND you can't convey sarcasm correctly all the time. Très frustrant.

tiffanyferg: Kat Eliza hahahaha yes exactly!!

ruby cashell: Kat Eliza I know right?! so complicated.

L Hollenbeck: Okay so something that has helped me a lot when learning a new language. Spanish is my first language but I can speak English, German, Italian and French fluently! THINK IN THE LANGUAGE YOU'RE TRYING TO LEARN! When you go to your French classes, don't freak out and try to translate everything.. train your brain to think in French.. that way your brain will translate faster to the point that you won't be asking questions in English anymore..

L Hollenbeck: tiffanyferg I don't matter if you don't have enough vocabulary.. just think: ahh bon mais qu'est-ce que c'est ça?! Je dois demander le prof! Believe me! It helped me a lot.. your brain will understand that you're using another "code" and adjust to it.. instead of trying to say: oh oh what is that? I don't know..

antoine martiniere: Almost fluent for french 😉 it's "je dois le demander au prof" 😉 Otherwise your are just asking to see the teacher ;)


BallsDeep 69: Aller c'est pas si dur que sa quand même haha! Courage, même si je suis un peu en retard, tu va y arriver!

dineth de silva: tiffanyferg do you live in aix en Provence.

Ailsa Bennett: im from the UK and its craaazy (especially with the eu referendum) how quickly so many people belittle immigrants and think that those who dont speak english completely fluently are stupid… like duuuude this is their second language!! always seems to be the people who can barely use proper english themselves lol. Best of luck in this endeavor make the most of it🌟🌟