Application Info

The Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Paris is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors from any accredited American college or university. It is committed to high academic standards and to the furthering of studies of the humanities, social sciences, and sciences in Paris. Students may apply to the program for either one or two semesters and elect to spend one or two semesters of study in the program.

Vassar students must have an overall academic average of at least a “B” and have completed at least FREN 210 with a “B” or better before leaving for Paris. One course above 210 is strongly recommended. Applications for permission to study abroad either fall or spring semester, or the entire academic year are due in the Office of International Programs, Main Building (M-N173), by the first Monday in December.

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Wesleyan students must have an overall academic average of at least a “B” and have completed the equivalent of 5 semesters of university-level instruction (the equivalent of French 215) with a grade of B or better. Highly qualified students with only 4 semesters (French 112) may be considered at the recommendation of the instructor. Applications for the fall semester or the academic year are due in the Office of International Studies, 105 Fisk Hall, by March 1; applications for the spring semester are due in the Office of International Studies by October 1. Students from other institutions should have an overall academic average of at least a “B” and have completed at least one semester of a third-year college French course with a “B” or better before leaving for Paris. Students from other institutions should send applications for 2017–2018 to Vassar College. Applications for the fall semester or the academic year must arrive by March 1; applications for the spring semester by October 1.

Application

Students of Wesleyan University 

1) Please click here to download an application procedures.

2) Please request your most recent French instructor to fill out a language recommendation form (page 3 of the application) and ask them to directly mail a paper copy to the address indicated on the form.

Students of Vassar College and students from other institutions:

Please contact Susan Stephens at the Office of International Programs for the application materials.

Outside student applications are due by October 1, 2017 for spring semester 2018 and by February 15, 2018 for fall semester 2018 and full year 2018-19.