Here are some tips for finding new ways to study or to work in France!
Some of our girls have the chance to discover the magnificent city of Fez
What’s planned? Visit of the top cultural places and meetings with some morrocan eminent figures.
In the chaos of the Syrian conflict, one positive event will stand out.
Students of the American University Center of Provence will use the celebration of Thanksgiving to honor and pay tribute to the forgotten but rich Syrian culture.
Qui a dit que le mois de novembre devait être nostalgique et morose ?
Les feuilles se parent de rouge et d’or puis tombent comme pour habiller les rues de couleurs chatoyantes. Les températures, encore douces, laissent présager encore quelques belles journées. C’est enfin et surtout un mois plein de charme qui lance officiellement le compte à rebours avant notre Grand Dîner de Thanksgiving !
Alors avez-vous changé d’avis concernant novembre ? 😉
If you asked our Summer students what their semester with the AUCP in Provence was like, most of them would likely agree that it was both a romantic and productive experience! Here is what they have to say . . .
Ca y est! Exams are over and the semester came to a close. Some are back in the US and some are exploring France and Europe, but before leaving, here are some thoughts they shared about their time abroad in France.
Today, we’d like you to meet Ryan, an French & Interantional Business major from Linfield College who is studying abroad for the entire academic year. The « Meet an AUCP Student » series is part of an on-going series on Le Blog to show you how AUCP students, although they often share a common passion for the French language and culture, each have their own unique way of living with and like the French at the AUCP.
E pour été, or S for summer. Ryan Morgan, AUCP Fall 2015 student from Linfield College, wrote this charming piece in French for the « abécédaire » class assignment. Old stereotypes give way to authentic observations and local encounters…
Many AUCP alumni were deeply affected by the November 13th terrorists attacks in Paris. An attack on the values of a country they hold so dear. Linfield College student and AUCP alumna Rachael Conway wrote this post, demonstrating what it truly means to be a Global Citizen.