Program Description: The second session of the European Summer Program takes place at Lille Catholic University, a multidisciplinary university, and France's largest private university. The European Summer Program's goal is to give international students the opportunity to study in a University at the heart of Europe. The program is designed for students who are looking for a high quality study abroad experience. Participants come from all over the world, and this diversity enhances the program for students as they are able to interact with other international students sharing a similar experience in France.
Courses: All students take an intensive French class at their level. In addition to the French class, students may choose from a variety of electives taught in English or French as listed below. Classes meet Monday to Friday with French class in the morning and the elective course during the afternoons.
Courses Taught in English
Courses Taught in French
Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development
Introduction to European Studies: History, Politics and Society
Sustainability and Integrated Reporting
Managing Communication Projects in France
International Teamwork and Communication
Introduction to French Cinema
World Class Art Museums between Paris and Brussels
Spirituality and Sustainability: Global challenges and local solutions
Health as a common good? Science and Engineering Courses
Conversation Francaise (A2 - B1+)
Accommodations: Students will be housed in single occupancy rooms in the student dormitory and will have access to the university cafeteria during it's open hours on weekdays.
Daytrip to Amiens and its cathedral: 50 Euros
Visit to WWI trenches, battlefields, and memorials: 65 Euros
Weekend in Normandy: 250 Euros
Weekend in Amsterdam: 250 Euros or 450 Euros (cost depends on accommodation standards)