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  • Locations: Quebec City, Canada
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: SIUE applicants only
  • Dates / Deadlines
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Language of Instruction: French Minimum GPA: 2.5
Program Type: Faculty Led Area of Study: French
Program Sponsorship Indicator: SIUE Instructor: Mann, Debbie
Program Description:

Overview

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SIUE Faculty-Led Program
 

Earn 6 SIUE credit hours in French while living in beautiful, historic Quebec City and studying at the prestigious Universite Laval, the second-oldest institution to offer higher education and the first to do so in French in North America.  This five-week faculty-led study abroad program provides a solid linguistic and cultural experience in an environment which is almost 100% French-speaking and offers the best of both worlds: European charm and North American efficiency.  The city of Quebec is a well-preserved historic site where students will have a convenient access to pleasant dining, shopping and cultural experiences.



Students will take weekday morning classes at the Universite Laval where they will be placed in French language courses (conversation, corrective phonetics, grammar) corresponding to their level of proficiency as determined by a placement test.

Your Quebec experience will also include activities organized by the French program at Laval such as short excursions within the walls of le Vieux-quebec (Old Town) and longer trips outside the city on weekends, as well as socio-cultural workshops such as theater, folklore, choir, and cooking.

SIUE faculty member, Dr. Debbie Mann, whose research includes topics in Quebec history, literature and popular culture, will be onsite to provide a framework of logistic support as well as supplemental instruction in the culture and history of Quebec in order to maximize the benefits of the travel-study for students.
 

Courses

Academic Content

FR 491 Culture and Language Workshop 6 credit hours

Students taking this class for credit will pay the current SIUE tuition rate, approximately $1,670 for 6 credits.
 

Costs

Prices and Payments

$3,500 Approximately

The program fee includes:
  • Air Ticket, St.Louis to Quebec City, round trip
  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Instruction by Dr. Debbie Mann
  • Field Excursions
  • Health and Evacuation Insurance
The Program Fee does not include:
  • SIUE tuition
  • Books and Materials
  • Passport
  • SIUE Study Abroad Fee ($75)
  • SIUE Technology Fee (about $45)
  • Personal Expenses
Payment Schedule:
  • $1,000 deposit payment will be due March 17
  • $1,250 will be due April 7
  • $1,250 will be due May 4
Payments are made online through your study abroad application.
 

Contact

Contact Information

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Dr. Debbie Mann
PH 2328
Box 1432
jmann@siue.edu
618-650-2314
 

Orientation_Dates

Orientation Dates

 
February 1 meeting, tba
March 1 meeting, tba
April 1 meeting, tba
May 1 meeting, tba
This itinerary is subject to change. Final itinerary information will be provided to participants by the program leader.
 

Program_Expectations

PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL DEMANDS OF THE PROGRAM

Participants must be prepared to encounter cultural and social situations that require a high level of mature independence and respond appropriately to such situations.  Participants must be able successfully navigate transportation systems (air, train, bus, car) to the travel study destination(s) following all rules and laws pertaining to international travel and destinations.  Participants must be able to independently and collectively travel as a coherent group and maintain emotional maturity as warranted by the trip and its variety of educational experiences.  Participants must be prepared to independently walk long distances; carry personal luggage and groceries; walk up and down stairs; and navigate entrances and exits to public transportation, buildings, and cultural sites.   Participants must be prepared to encounter environments different from the United States which can include cigarette/cigar smoke, automobile exhaust, loud noise, congested streets and crowded public areas and a variety of other environments which may not be known except upon encountering them.  If you have any physical or emotional limitations, consider your health and capabilities carefully in consultation with your doctor before undertaking this trip. 

 


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 02/01/2019 ** Rolling Admission 07/06/2019 08/11/2019

** Applicants will learn of acceptance shortly after this date. If accepted, students must return to their applications to complete the next phase of requirements.