The Sciences Po Summer School is a unique opportunity for students from all over the world to study social sciences and/or French language at Sciences Po, France’s leading university in the social sciences.
The Summer School's French language track places students at one of six levels for language-learning, according to their knowledge of and fluency in the French language. Highlights of the French language track include:
French applied to Social Sciences Programme, Paris
Over 70 hours of instruction in the language, including 48 hours of French language courses.
At the beginner levels, language learning is reinforced both through small-group tutorials and “real-life” activities such as Outdoor French classes that take language earning outside of the classroom and into the city.
At the more advanced levels, students take a variety of classes designed to prepare them for study within the French education system, from methodology workshops to small thematic classes on topics related to the social sciences or the humanities.
In addition, students at every level have access to Sciences Po lecture classes on topics in social sciences and the humanities taught in both English and French. Past lecture subjects have included French history, French politics, art history, and international relations.
Possibility to take official DELF-DALF exams at the conclusion of the session.
For more information, including programme dates, fees and application information, please visit the Summer School website: http://www.sciencespo.fr/summer