The 2016 European Summer Program will take place in June (from May 30 to June 25) and July (from June 28 to July 23) in Lille, France.
Located in northern France, Lille is ideally placed at a crossroads of Europe, with quick access by train to the capital cities of Paris, Brussels, and London. Founded in 1875, and now hosting a population of 25,500 full-time students, the Université Catholique de Lille is the largest private, not-for-profit university in France, with an urban campus located in the heart of this vibrant city, within easy walking distance of the cultural and commercial centre, ample green space, and more.
The European Summer Program is designed for international students looking for a short study abroad experience in Europe.
The program offers sessions both in June and in July, with courses in and across various disciplines for which students may transfer credits back to their home university if they so wish.
A comprehensive hospitality package is included, as well as cultural activities, such as French film nights and day trips to Bruges and Brussels.
In addition to the varied Arts, Social Sciences, and Business program, and the popular Science and Engineering program, it now offers a Graduate Law program focused on transatlantic comparative law, and an undergraduate "French Only" Arts program, with all components taught in French.
The courses for the 2016 Science and Engineering Program will focus on sustainable development, renewable energy, and innovation, with various electives as usual taught in English.
You can find further details in the brochure, and on the website:
Flyers, brochures and posters are also available on the website. Detailed syllabi will be available at the end of the month.
You can contact email@example.com for any question or request regarding the next edition of the summer courses.