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- City: Grenoble
- Term: Summer
- Instruction in: French
- Requirements: Minimum 4 semesters college-level French.
Grenoble offers the opportunity to explore the city while experiencing French language and cultural immersion. Grenoble is a university town with 50,000 students and offers a wide range of cultural attractions like cinemas, concerts, theatres, and museums.
On this 6-week, 8-credit summer program in Grenoble, take a 200- or 300-level course to count toward French major or minor. Also take an intensive language course and two 1-credit French electives taught by a local instructor. Courses focus on topics related to French and Francophone studies. This program can also be taken with our French 230 program, making your studies in Grenoble 12-weeks long.
You will participate in many course-related site visits in Grenoble. Examples of previous group activities include visits to the Bastille by cable car, cheese tastings, and visits to local museums. Past day trips have taken students to Lyon, Chartreuse, and Annecy.
This course is Directed by UM Lecturer Kathy Meyer. Kathy Meyer will be teaching 200-level French and UM Lecturer Ryan Hendrickson will be teaching 300-level French.