29 August 2023
MAKE THE SMART MOVE!
Dear international students on the starts, are you willing to prepare for your studies in our university? Join the International Academy!
The Academy.90 programme is a high standard, 90-hour, intensive linguistic, cultural and methodological summer programme that provides quality training in various disciplines:
• General and academic French
• Methodology for studies in France
• French culture and intercultural communication
• Cultural visits and events to discover your host region
provided by experienced teachers from excellent institutions, universities and companies in Hauts-de-France and beyond.
The programme also covers a welcome pack, practical and administrative information, introduction to the French academic system, approach to professional life, project work, conversation tutorials, an official French language level assessment (TCF), as well as a conference and a closing ceremony.
Classes will take place in the state-of-the-art building of graduate school Sciences Po Lille, perfectly located in downtown Lille, offering you a great occasion for a full immersion into the life of a vibrant summer campus! You can also have the opportunity to share a meal with a French family on a weekend thanks to the “Le Monde à votre table” programme.
LIVE A TRULY INSPIRING COLLECTIVE SESSION!
Any question? Please email us: email@example.com
International students aiming at studying in a French university or graduate school (Bachelor, Master or PhD students).
GET READY FOR TOMORROW!
The Academy.90 programme aims at preparing international students for higher education in France in partnership with their host institutions.
For detailed information about the content description, social and cultural activities and welcome services, please visit our website.
EUR 900: The fee includes all teachings, course materials, access to the learning platform, the TCF exam (issuance of the official certificate), administrative mentoring, cultural visits and events, tutoring and welcome services.
Please note that accommodation, food, transport (apart from cultural visits) and personal insurance are yours to take in charge.
Please refer to the International office of your home university for any available scholarships.