The DePauw in Nice program runs the month of June. This four-week program is the equivalent of one semester on campus and students receive one credit for the class that they take. In addition, students receive one extended-studies credit.
TUITION AND FEES
Tuition and Residential Fees:
All students enrolled at an accredited higher education institution receive a 50% discount on tuition regardless of their financial aid status. Residential fee includes private room in a family home, breakfast and dinner 7 days a week, and student activities in Nice and surrounding areas. Rates subject to change. Not Included: Transportation to and from Nice, health and travel insurance.
|SESSION||TUITION||RESIDENTIAL & PROGRAM FEES||TOTAL|
||$6600.00 - 50%
Total price includes:
- 1 credit for course taken
- additionally, the program counts as one Extended Studies experience
- housing with a host family for 4 weeks
- breakfast and dinner 7 days a week
- all excursions
- unlimited bus and tram pass for length of the trip
housing and courses
Students are individually housed with host families curated through globally recognized educational organizations providing world-class cultural and pedagogical amenities. Housing with host families provides DePauw students with a once-in-a-lifetime cultural and linguistic experience designed to fully immerse participants in Francophone life and culture. All host families are carefully vetted to meet the highest international standards. Families are centrally located providing quick access to the city’s vibrant cultural center. Housing fees include a private bedroom in a host family’s residence as well as breakfast and dinner 7 days a week (students are responsible for purchasing daily lunches).
Courses for the DePauw in Nice summer program are specifically designed for the immersive atmosphere of the summer experience. Students learn in classrooms as well as in cafés, markets, streets, and surrounding towns that have a made the French Riviera famous around the world.
GFS 101: Intensive Elementary French (no prior French necessary)
GFS 110: Review of Elementary French
GFS 200-level: Exciting, content-based intermediate-level courses that engage students with topics of high interdisciplinary interest. Previous topics have including: Sex, Gender, and Identity in Contemporary France, Immigration through the Eyes of Children, Screening Borders in Contemporary French and Francophone Media
300-level courses: Exciting, content-based advanced-level courses that engage students with topics of high interdisciplinary interest. Previous topics have included: Queer Francophone Identities; Plural Voices in Literature; #Metoo in France
200/300-level courses in English !
EXCURSIONS AND CULTURAL EXPLORATION
Nice, France is known throughout the world as a cosmopolitan hub that offers visitors a unique blend of cultures from around the world. Participants in the DePauw in Nice program will have the opportunity to explore Nice’s many museums, markets, restaurants, cafés, and festivals in addition to the many planned weekly activities.
Past excursions have included Mediterranean cruises, visits to the Picasso, Chagall, and Matisse museums, a wine course in a 14th century wine cellar, visits to St. Tropez, Cannes, Eze, Antibes, as well as pétanque tournaments in the backcountry and much more!
Tucked between the pristine waters of the Baie des Anges and the breathtaking lower Alps, the city of Nice is often called Nissa la Belle (Nice the beautiful) for good reason. Designated a UNESCO world heritage site, Nice is located in the south of France in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region of France, an area eulogized by artists, writers, and diplomates. Whether you prefer taking in the Mediterranean sun on one of Nice’s world-famous beaches, taking a stroll along the Promenade des Anglais, eating one of the local delicacies in the city’s historic center, or visiting the city’s many museums and markets, Nice is the perfect place to spend your summer learning or continuing your French education.Learn more about Nice, France!
Associate Professor Cheira Lewis
A native of Toulouse, Prof Lewis has been teaching at DePauw for 11 years.
Associate Professor CJ Gomolka
Prof Gomolka has been teaching at DePauw for 7 years and lived in Nice for a year. Read more about Prof. Gomolka here.