A spectacular coastline stretching from Nice to the small harbor town of Beaulieu-sur-Mer exemplifies the best of the French Riviera. Nice’s famous Promenade des Anglais offers dazzling views of the Mediterranean, while the many outdoor cafés, res...
A spectacular coastline stretching from Nice to the small harbor town of Beaulieu-sur-Mer exemplifies the best of the French Riviera. Nice’s famous Promenade des Anglais offers dazzling views of the Mediterranean, while the many outdoor cafés, restaurants, and boutiques of the vibrant Rue de France bring alive the café culture of Southern France. Our program in Nice is designed for students who are interested in French language, art, culture, literature, and cuisine. You will experience the French way of life while living in an apartment residence, shopping for groceries in local markets, preparing traditional French meals and having time to simply enjoy Southern France. Advanced French students also have the opportunity to directly enroll in university courses for the chance to receive college credit.
Majors, Electives, and Focuses:
French Conversation Studio Art: Drawing Digital Photography Riviera Sports & Games French Cinema & Culture
Monaco, Cannes, Antibes, Èze, St. Tropez and more!
Optional Travel Extension:
Students have the opportunity to join our 3-night travel extension in Paris and complete their France adventure!
Abbey Road offers various partial summer fellowships and scholarships annually to its summer programs.
Summer Fellowship applications are accepted on a rolling basis through June 1st and awards are given on a first come, first served basis. As such, interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Please follow instructions carefully as incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Fellowship recipients are notified within 1 month of application. Scholarship recipients and finalists (when applicable) will be notified by the Scholarship Committee by April 15. Scholarship recipients will be given until May 1 to accept or decline their scholarship award.