Limited Spots Available for Summer Study Abroad in Perpignan, France

The winding streets of the French city of Perpignan.
Kathy Comfort

The winding streets of the French city of Perpignan.

A few spots are still available for the U of A's Summer Study Abroad in Perpignan, France.

Visit the HogsAbroad website to find lots of useful information about the program and to apply before the Saturday, Feb. 1, deadline.

Come spend a few weeks gaining proficiency in your French language skills, while earning 6 hours of credit, getting acquainted with Mediterranean beaches, and absorbing the region's unique culture.


Hope L. Christiansen, associate professor
Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures


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