The Abbey, France

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Location: Pontlevoy, Loire Valley, France

Program Length: early February to beginning of May

Housing:  students reside in The Abbey, sharing rooms in the facility with 1-2 other students; lunch provided M-F, kitchen available

Language: English (classes taught in); French

Coordinating University: University of Southern Mississippi

Program Website: http://www.eurabbey.comlink

Falcon Scholars in France: http://www.uwrf.edu/fye/france.html

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Estimated Cost:

  Wisconsin Resident
Non-Resident
Approximate Cost
$9,500.00 per semester
$9,500.00 per semester
Other Expenses
Airfare/Personal Expenses
Airfare/Personal Expenses
International Program Fee
$275.00 $275.00
International Insurance
$35.00 a month $35.00 a month
Application Fee $25.00 $25.00

Financial Aid Available: yes

Application Deadlines:
Fall: June 15, Spring: December 15


Requirements: 2.25 GPA *Turn Application material into 102 Hagestad Hall*

Description:
Set in the heart of France’s beautiful Loire Valley, The Abbey’s ancient campus will welcome you and change our life. A resident campus with its own chapel and historic gardens, The Abbey is a new school of thought in global learning.
Spend a 13-week Spring semester enhancing your education through hands-on, interactive and engaging study with a dynamic collegiate faculty whose passion is your educational growth. The Abbey offers formal classes, service learning projects, and host family opportunities. With the exception of its French courses, The Abbey’s curriculum is entirely taught in English. There are a variety of freshman and sophomore classes as well as advanced seminars in humanities or social sciences.
The cost of the program includes tuition, fees, housing, a week of living and learning in Paris, a week-end visiting the Normandy beaches, lunch at the Abbey Monday- Friday, academic travel, and required museum
visits. The cost of the program does not include international airfare, any student visa fees, additional meals, personal expense and personal travel (two-week mid-term travel break and week-ends). Students who receive scholarships, financial aid and loans that apply to their studies at home may also apply these to study at The Abbey.

Created by International Programs at The University of Southern Mississippi, in partnership with universities and colleges from across the United States, The Abbey offers globally-minded undergraduates the chance to pursue their dreams of becoming, as Socrates put it, a “citizen of the universe”.

For more information and to apply, visit
http://www.usm.edu/internationaledu/ip_1/french_semester.htmlink

or contact: Amy Linden at (601) 266-6809 or by e-mail Amy.Cameron@usm.edumail


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