Broadreach: Multiple - France Language & Culture

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In France, French isn’t just studied. It’s acquired—coaxed from moments like ordering crêpes from a vendor, eavesdropping on a conversation or even chatting about the weather with friendly locals.  Why learn about French culture from afar when you... read more

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In France, French isn’t just studied. It’s acquired—coaxed from moments like ordering crêpes from a vendor, eavesdropping on a conversation or even chatting about the weather with friendly locals.  

Why learn about French culture from afar when you can experience the real thing along the cobblestone streets of the city of lights? This no-pauses journey will whisk you through Paris and the south of France to explore everything Europe’s cultural capital has to offer: its Renaissance art, its revolutionary history, its storied cuisine and its elegant language, all while advancing your French speaking and comprehension skills with 24-hour immersion.

Traveling from Old Paris into small villages, you’ll leave your preconceived notions of France behind and discover a different side of this extraordinary country waiting to welcome, charm and educate you in the richness of French culture. Live amongst its artists, poets and teachers and even study cooking with a Michelin-star chef. As you learn the local customs, you’ll be surprised at how quickly you’re swept up by the French joie de vivre. Ease into the day savoring coffee and conversation at a sidewalk café. Visit the source of Roquefort cheese and shop for truffles at the Lalbenque market. Float along the Dordogne River and climb into ancient history at the Lascaux caves. Dine with newfound French friends and spend hours wandering the Louvre. For anyone curious about France, this trip isn’t just a taste but the full meal, sending you home with stories, experiences and recipes to share.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • French Language, Literature
  • French Studies
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