The French program at the University of Denver encourages all of its students to study abroad in a French-speaking country. DU has partnered with several exceptional programs around the world, from France to Québec, Belgium to Madagascar.
Through the Cherrington Global Scholars program, every eligible junior or senior has the chance to take advantage of this unique opportunity. To see currently offered programs, and for general information, visit the Cherrington Global Scholars website.
Additionally, students may be interested in these summer study abroad programs:
Villard de Lans
Spend your summer living and working in the French Alps! Students who have completed FREN 2003, or have equivalent proficiency, are eligible to participate in a month-long summer internship program. For more information, visit the Villard Portfolio page.
Aix-en-Provence, in the sunny south of France, offers a DU summer study opportunity for students interested in taking FREN 2100: Lire, Dire, Ecrire. For more information, visit the Aix-en-Provence Portfolio page.
Note: Students must see a French study abroad adviser for course approval before leaving campus in June. French study abroad advisers are listed below.
FRENCH PROGRAM STUDY ABROAD ADVISERS
Professor of French
Sturm Hall, Room 209
SPOTLIGHT ON STUDY ABROAD
Location: Villard de Lans
Program: Summer Immersion Internship
"I was welcomed into the community and felt like a local—my language mistakes and all."
Location: Rennes, France
Program: Université Rennes 2 Haute Bretagne
"My time living alone in a foreign country taught me things about myself that I never would have learned otherwise and gave me such satisfaction at my ability to communicate."