One of our goals for the advanced students, whether majors or minors, is for them to have an opportunity to study abroad in a francophone region. This can be accomplished during the three week January Winter Term, when we offer French Intensive courses in France. Recent trips have been to the Institut de Touraine in Tours and to the Institut de Montpellier in Montpellier. Students stay with French host families, take courses in the morning and participate in excursions and cultural activities in the afternoon and evening.
Another way to study abroad is through the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP). Students who are fluent or on the verge of fluency can enter directly into the French University system. Because we emphasize double majors with French and another discipline, students choose an institution that offers courses in their field of study, whether that be business, literature, art, international relations or another of Eckerd’s many majors. Current and recent students have enrolled at university branches in Rennes, Avignon, Savoie, Saint-Etienne, Amiens and Dakar, Sénégal, among other sites.
Fluency in French will help students broaden their opportunities after graduation. Recent graduates have gone to work for international businesses, have joined Non-Governmental Organizations, have gone to law or graduate school or have found work in the art world. Several currently reside in francophone countries. Fluency in French will also help develop the critical and cultural skills, as well as the experience, necessary to live in la société mondiale du 21e siècle.
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Financial aid and scholarships are available through an ambitious financial aid program that benefits about 96% of Eckerd students. Approximately $43 million in financial aid was awarded last year. Assistance packages may include a combination of scholarships, grants, work aid, and loans. The average award last year from all sources was $26,000 and the range was from $1,000 to $42,000.
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Apply to The Global Study Awards and get the chance to receive up to £10000 for your study abroad! This funding is powered by ISIC, British Council, IELTS and Studyportals.Tell me more
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