The curriculum aims to provide students with a comparative understanding of the European and North American systems through rigorous teaching of five core subjects delivered by an international faculty: Economics, History, Law, Political Science, and Sociology. Lectures and seminars are taught in English, though some are available in French. Language courses are given on a weekly basis in order to bolster the students’ command of the English and French languages to as great an extent possible by the end of their second year. German and Spanish are offered as well.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma.
Students must take French. German and Spanish are also offered. The student body at each of the campus is made up of 1/3 students from France, 1/3 students from the region of focus (for instance, Asian students on the Le Havre campus, Middle Eastern students on the Menton campus), and 1/3 students from elsewhere in the world. Courses include small group seminars of 15-20 students which provide great discussion opportunities with perspectives from around the globe. Students also take 6 hours of language a week and class size is smaller for these courses (5-15). The third year is spent abroad at a partner university in the region of focus.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning