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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 09/13/2018 ** Rolling Admission 06/01/2018 07/13/2018
Summer 2019 02/17/2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Type of Instruction: Experiential, Interdisciplinary, Internship, Lecture, Research/Fieldwork Classes With: International Coaches, UGA Students
Language of Instruction: English Taught By: Host Professor(s), UGA/U.S. Professor(s)
Housing Location: Off-Campus Housing Type: Dorm/Student Residence
Work Opportunity: No Volunteer Opportunity: No
Scholarship Availability: Yes College/School: Franklin
Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.0 or above
Program Description:

Test Study Abroad Program

The test study abroad program focuses upon the economy, politics, culture, and history of France and Western Europe.

Spending six weeks in Paris, students will not only have the opportunity to gain credit towards their degrees but also to soak up aspects of Parisian and French culture. The program also includes overnight trips to the Loire Valley, where students will visit several chateaux, and to Normandy and to Brittany, where you will see some of the beaches used during the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944, together with the world-famous 11th century Bayeux Tapestry commissioned by William the Conqueror and the fortified monastery of Mont St-Michel.

Program Location

Known as the City of Light, Paris is one of the world’s great cities, boasting numerous historical, cultural, and artistic sites. You will be able to visit world-renowned locations, including Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, and the Eiffel Tower. Students can immerse themselves in Paris’s museums, galleries, and neighborhoods while exploring the Latin Quarter, the Marais, Montmartre, the Bastille, Les Invalides, the Champs Elysées, or the designer shops on the rue Faubourg St. Honoré.

There is also lots of opportunity for independent travel. Paris is well served by train and air service, allowing students to travel across Europe on the three-day weekends and during the four-day break between the blocks.

Program Director and Course Leaders

Dr. Suzy Que
Department of Academics
Tel: 705-542-XXXX
Dr. John Doe
Department of Academic
Tel: 706-542-XXXX

Academic Program

  • MATH 3030 - Mathematical Modeling
  • PHYS 2700 - Kinematics
  • CSCI 3400 - Data Structures

Housing and Meals

Students are housed on the campus of St. John's University in the centrally-located St Germain district of the city.  From this central location students can easily walk to such sites as the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Musée d'Orsay (home to arguably the world's greatest collection of impressionist paintings), and the Luxembourg Gardens.UGA a Paris 2

Program Costs

The program fee is $5,995. This covers: accommodation for 6 weeks at the St. John’s University Maison-mère residence in central Paris (6th arrondissement; double rooms); breakfast and lunch (M–F); arrival/departure buses; arrival/departure receptions; guided overnight trips to the Loire Valley and Normandy and Brittany; entrances to chateaux/museums in the Loire Valley and Normandy and Brittany; breakfast and evening meal in the Loire Valley and Normandy and Brittany; a panoramic city tour of Paris; a boat ride through the heart of Paris; mandatory UGA health insurance; free internet access at St. John’s; weekly information packs; local emergency assistance; and more (see for more details). What’s not included in the Program Fee: Airfare to and from Paris; cost of passport; over the counter medication; personal expenditures. In addition, students will be responsible for tuition for 6 credit hours (HOPE can be applied to tuition; out-of-state students pay in-state tuition), and some other UGA fees.

Accommodation Statement

UGA education abroad programs strive to provide reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities.  Areas of disability include, but are not limited to visual, hearing, learning, psychological, medical, and mobility impairments. If you receive disability-related accommodations at UGA or at your home university, or if you anticipate needing accommodations at your overseas site, you will arrange for them with your study abroad program director and the staff in the Disability Resource Center.  Examples of accommodations include note taking assistance, extended test time, a quiet testing location, alternative text/media, and accessible housing. Please provide information about your accommodation needs at least 4 weeks prior to departure in order to allow time to arrange for accommodations. Students are asked to disclose disability-related needs prior to the start of the program to help ensure that there are no delays in accommodations and that the student can enjoy the full study abroad experience.

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