France, Lille

Arts, Soc Sc & Bus ESP2

when 30 June 2015 - 23 July 2015
duration 4 weeks
fee EUR 2490

ESP2 Arts, Social Science & Business program (29 June to 23 July 2015) :

Choose from electives taught in English:
Introduction to European Studies
or
Model United Nations
or
Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development
or
In Flanders Fields: The Great War on the Western Front - and film
or
Tourism and World Class Museums between Paris and Brussels
or
Managing Communication Projects in France
or
International Teamwork and Communication
Each elective will include 9 hours of formal instruction in intercultural communication
40 hours 6 ECTS credits

Plus
Intensive French Language Program - beginner, intermediate, advanced levels
48 hours 4 ECTS credits

Course leader

esp@univ-catholille.fr

Target group

The European Summer Program of Universite Catholique de Lille is a multidisciplinary program designed for students who are looking for a comprehensive educational experience abroad. Our students come from all over the world. This variety makes the program even richer for participants when they are able to mix with their international students sharing a similar experience in France. Students should have completed secondary education in their home country and have a good knowledge of English.

Course aim

ESP2 Arts, Social Science & Business program (29 June to 23 July 2015) :

Choose from electives taught in English:
Introduction to European Studies
or
Model United Nations
or
Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development
or
In Flanders Fields: The Great War on the Western Front - and film
or
Tourism and World Class Museums between Paris and Brussels
or
Managing Communication Projects in France
or
International Teamwork and Communication
Each elective will include 9 hours of formal instruction in intercultural communication
40 hours 6 ECTS credits

Plus
Intensive French Language Program - beginner, intermediate, advanced levels
48 hours 4 ECTS credits

Fee info

EUR 2490: The program is designed as a « package » deal, including courses, trips in Northern France and some large European cities, accommodation, and pick-up at the train station.