Name: Université de Bourgogne Location: Dijon, France University size: 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students University founded: 1722
Terms available: academic year; fall semester upon approval Dates: early August to late May (academic year); early August to mid-January (fall semester) Pre-university program: Pre-university language program at Institut de Touraine: http://www.institutdetouraine.com/en
Visa fees: $236–386 (Campus France fee: $180 regular, $330 expedited; $56 visa fee) Housing deposits: n/a
Registration info: Pre-university language course does not count towards the year’s/semester’s course load. 200 Level: Students in Dijon for the academic year take Theme, Version, and Methodology 1 and 2 and French Culture 1 and 2 (1 credit per semester), and 3 university courses each semester (in the first semester, 1 of the 3 is required additional French language coursework). Students in Dijon for the fall semester take Theme, Version, and Methodology 1 and French Culture 1, an additional French language course, and 2 university courses. 300 Level: Students in Dijon for the academic year take Theme, Version, and Methodology 1 and 2 and French Culture 1 and 2 (1 credit per semester), and 3 university courses each semester. Students in Dijon for the fall semester take Theme, Version, and Methodology 1 and French Culture 1, a course in French linguistics, and 2 university courses. ICIP required: Yes for academic-year students Other requirements: n/a Catalog*:http://www.u-bourgogne-formation.fr/-Licences-.html Courses previously taken by Holy Cross students:https://sa.holycross.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.Home
On left-side menu, click on Courses Taken Abroad for Holy Cross Credit then select program. Grade equivalency sheet: Available on Holy Cross Registrar’s website: http://www.holycross.edu/support-and-resources/office-registrar/study-abroad-equivalencies
*Note: Different departments may present their course catalogs differently. Some have a list of available courses, some provide an overview of the required courses for a particular major (French students are much more restricted within their majors). These catalogs are a general guide, you will have assistance in selecting your classes on site.
All information listed above is subject to change.
For more information, please contact: Angie Woodmansee - Assistant Director Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 508-793-3053 Office: Smith 218
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.