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Southern Connecticut State University

Department of World Languages & Literatures and Department of Art Present:

International Field Study in Paris, France

Paris Application (PDF) - Please fill out and return to Engleman Hall 220.

Get ready for the educational experience of a lifetime in one of the world's most beautiful cities! 

This program gives students the opportunity to learn, live, and study in the City of Light. Student will be  introduced to the many exciting dimensions of the city, as each course offering takes full advantages of Paris's rich and storied environment. While abroad, students can immerse themselves in the art and architecture of this cultural epicenter, all while improving their French linguistic and cultural competencies. The Paris Program offers students a rare opportunity to learn about the city's many neighborhoods, monuments, events, and cuisine in a far more comprehensive way than most travelers ever will.

While Paris is the central program location, students will also travel outside of the city to visit additional historic or heritage sites. Past destinations have included the Royal  Palace of Versailles, Monet's Garden in Giverny, and Vaux-le-Victome.


Students must enroll in two of the following (3 credit) courses. Enrollment in both courses is mandatory. All tuition must be paid directly to the Student Accounts Office.


FRE 100/101/200/210 or 400/or 502  (3 credits)
-French I-III, Continuing French, Advanced French, and Advanced Language Seminar

Art History

ART 398 (3 credits)
- French Gothic Cathedrals

ART 298 (3 credits)
- Introduction to Design & Visual Branding

ART 415 (3 credits)
- Professional Practice of Graphic Design

For information regarding financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 

(203) 392-5222, or

*Deposits will be refunded in full if this application is rejected by the Program Directors.

For further information please contact:

Dr. Luke Eilderts
Department of World Languages and Literatures

Dr. Camille Serchuk
Art Department
(203) 392-6644

Prof. Alex Girard
Art Department
(203) 392-6649