Summer Program - IDRAC | Brighter Monday Learning

Summer Program

IDRAC

Course Introduction

4 weeks sessions
Each week in the program consists of three days of French classes at your level plus cultural/business courses taught in English. Courses are assessed and carry ECTS credits that will transfer back to your
home university depending on its credit transfer policy. The remaining two days in each week are set aside for social activities organized by IDRAC and for travelling.

  • Course
  • On Campus
  • Rhône
  • Duration: 4 weeks
  • Start Date: Flexible
  • € 1,700

How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

Learn French in France, discover the surrounding region and make new friends from all over the world while earning ECTS credits.

What You Will Learn

5 hours of classes per day
No class on Monday
50% of French language courses
50% of Business modules taught in English:
Art de vivre & luxury industry in France
International Marketing
Personal coaching (public speaking, market yourself…)
Cross-cultural perspectives

Social activities on Friday

INCLUDED

Outside activities :
- French Cuisine
- Music Festivals
- Wine & Cheese Tasting
- Sightseeing in & around Lyon etc.

Friday afternoon excusrions:
- Beaujolais Wine Tour
- Fine Arts and Cinema Museums
- Boat Trip on the Rhône River
- Guided Tours of Vieux Lyon and Fourvière

OPTIONAL

Getaway weekends Discover France :
- Provence
- Canyoning in Ardèche

Evening Social Activities :
- Bouchons (restaurants that servetraditional Lyonnaise cuisine)
- Bowling

Others Events in Lyon :
- Les nuits sonores (Electro music festival, Mai 4th to 8th)
Les nuits de Fourvières (music festival, June 6th to July 31st)
Fête de la musique (music festival, June 21st)
Bastille day on July 14th
UEFA Euro 2016 (June 11th to July 11th)

Where and when

Start DateLocation

Flexible

IDRAC Lyon

7, Rue Sergent Michel Berthet,lyon

Rhône,France

FAQ

Certification obtained

Certificate delivered. Credited program (ECTS delivered according to the number of hours attended)

How do I apply?

Applicants will submit an application form with all supporting documents :
- Copy of your passport
- One ID picture (for student card)
- Copy of your latest transcript of records
- Evidence of your level of French (if you have one)
- Copy of your European Health Insurance Card or International Health Insurance Certificate
- For non-European students: Birth certificate

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