Application Deadline for UA French in Besancon extended

UA French in Besançon students at the Eiffel Tower.
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UA French in Besançon students at the Eiffel Tower.

The application deadline for the UA French in Besançon summer program has been extended to Monday, Feb. 16. This month-long program (May 26-June 26) features a four-day stay in Paris at the beginning of the program. In Besançon, students will stay with host families and take intensive language classes at the world-renowned Centre de Linguistique Appliquée. Students will earn 6 credit hours in French (credit depends on level of proficiency in French).

Apply online at hogsabroad.uark.edu/?go=Besancon.

The World Languages, Literatures and Cultures Scholarship and the Office of Study Abroad Scholarship deadline is Feb. 15. Apply online at studyabroad.uark.edu/funding.

Contacts

Kathy Comfort, associate professor of French
World Languages, Literatures and Cultures
575-6062, kcomfort@uark.edu

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