Culture, Cuisine, and Communication
May 31- June 26, 2015
Join us in Rouen, Normandy, the cradle of French impressionism and in Paris, the City of Lights, for a four week program devoted to French culture, cuisinem and communication.
Students earn 6 credits at the undergraduate level during the first three weeks which will be spent on a French language and cultur program organized in collaboration with the Universite of Rouen's Campus d'Ete, followed by a 5-day stay in Paris. Students are also required to attend pre-travel class sessions on May 18, 20, 22, and 25. Credits earned through this program can enable French majors to complete their major capstone requirement or add to their other requriements. Students enrolled in other majors can also complete credits toward a minor in French or add electives.
FRN 240/340 or FRN 494 Capstone, Field Study (4 semester credits)
• Pre-trip field study orientation taught on the CSU campus. 4 sessions meet on May 18, 20, 22 and 25
• May 31 - June 20 in Rouen; June 21- 26 in Paris.
FRN 293/393 Intermediate or Advanced French Language (2 credits from the University of Rouen)
The estimated program fee is $5,399
Full room and board in Rouen (homestay)
Accommodation in Paris and most meals
Excursions, museum pass
All in-Country transportation (including a 4 day Paris metro pass)
2 credits at the University of Rouen
The cost does not include CSU tuition for the 4 credits. To view the current tuition rates, go to http://www.csuohio.edu/treasury-services/tuition-and-fees . The cost may change due to increases in airfare and/or the exchange rate. Students should budget an additional $250 for meals not included in the program fee. Students are also responsible for passport or visa fees, health insurance, and personal souvenir purchases and sightseeing.
The $5,399 cost is broken down into 3 payments:
$250 payment due with application (see application form for instructions on how to make this payment).
$2574. 50 Payment deadline: March 21, 2015.
$2574. 50 Payment deadline: April 25, 2015.
You make payments toward these charges just like you would for tuition, electronically through Campusnet or by cash/check through the Cashier’s Desk in Main Classroom. If your program fees are not paid by the due dates indicated above, you may be removed from the program. The tuition cost for the 4 credits of French is assessed to your CSU account at the time of registration in the course through CampusNet.
Students may use summer financial aid to pay for all CSU fees except the deposit. Summer financial aid is usually whatever aid is left over after the fall and spring semesters. This aid is usually in the form of loans like the Perkins, not grants. Students can apply for independent loans through private lenders or by talking with a representative from All-in-One in MC 116.
If you have any questions about using financial aid towards the program fee, please contact the Center for International Services and Programs.
There is a scholarship available to students. Eligible students can apply for the CISP Study Abroad Scholarship (click on the link to see the eligibility requirements for the scholarship as well as download the application form). There may be a Dean's Scholarship in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Please contact the program director for details.
Applicants must have completed one year of college-level French or equivalent by the time of departure. Minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 2.0 is required; minimum graduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required.
At the time of application, the applicant must have completed two semesters at CSU if a first year student, and one semester if a transfer or graduate student. Student sust also have no financial holds on their Treasury Services account and have no current or previous infractions of the Student Code of Conduct that would prevent successful study abroad participation.
All applications must be approved by the Program Director and the Center for International Services and Programs.
ApplicationFRN 15 Application.pdf
The program application and deposit receipt are due no later than February 27, 2015 to confirm your participation. To make the program deposit of $250, take the application form and your payment to the Cashier’s Desk on the First Floor of the Main Classroom (MC 115) . You will receive a receipt that you must attach and turn in with your application.
Dr. Tama Engelking
Professor of French in the Department of Modern Languages
Rhodes Tower 1623
Center for International Services and Programs
Main Classroom 106