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Spring 2012 Study Abroad Program Paris, France ProgramInformation
Participation Requirements Students must: ▪ Have completed 12 units of college courses. ▪ Have completed English 100 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better. ▪ Have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5. ▪ Be at least 18 years of age at beginning of program.
Study English and Geography in Paris All classes transferable to Cal State Universities and Universities of California
Your Instructors Abroad Stuart Rosenberg Professor of English (714) 484-7000 Ext. 48430 email@example.com Claudia Lowe Professor of Geography (714) 992-7507 firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Aid Available for Study Abroad Programs Contact the: Financial Aid Office* In person: Building 100, First Floor, Room #1500 or By phone: (714) 992-7091 *Note: All students are to go through the Fullerton College Financial Aid Office For G.I. Bill Information, contact: The Veterans’ Resource Center In person: Building 500, Room #518 or By phone: 714-992-7102
Basic Cost for this Study Abroad Program $8,995 – Twin-Bedded Dorm Room with En Suite Bath, Meal Package, & Daily Cleaning or $7,445 – Twin-Bedded Home Stay Room with Local Family (with Continental Breakfast only) Plus airline taxes, tuition, text books, travel/medical insurance, and class costs. Information and price subject to change.
Basic Fee Includes ■ Airfare: Los Angeles – Paris – Los Angeles ■ Housing: ▪ Shared twin-bedded dorm room with en suite bathroom (with meal plan, including Continental breakfast daily, and meal plan, including Continental breakfast daily, and five (5) three-course lunches or dinners weekly at the campus-site café), and cleaning daily or five (5) three-course lunches or dinners weekly at the campus-site café), and cleaning daily or ▪ Shared twin-bedded room in home stay with a local family, including Continental breakfast daily with limited access including Continental breakfast daily with limited access to kitchen in the evening at set times) to kitchen in the evening at set times) ■ Travel pass valid for Paris Metro, buses and RER in the central zone. ■ French Conversation Course by local instructors – two-hours per week (non-credit, non-transferable). week (non-credit, non-transferable). ■ Excursions noted on the next page. Information and Price Subject to Change
Excursions Included ■ Two-Day Orientation by AIFS Staff ■ Half-day sightseeing tour of Paris by private bus with professional English-speaking guide ■ Welcome Reception ■ One-day excursion to Versailles by public transport with reserved entrance to the chateau with professional English- reserved entrance to the chateau with professional English- speaking guide speaking guide ■ Weekly program of cultural activities (walking tours, opera, ballet, soccer matches, museum visits) ballet, soccer matches, museum visits) Information and Price Subject to Change
Optional Excursion ■ Three-day and two-night excursion to Normandy and Brittany, including round-trip private transportation, two night accommodation with Continental breakfast, entrance to Mont St Michel, the Peace Memorial in Caen, and guided Mont St Michel, the Peace Memorial in Caen, and guided tour of the D Day Normandy Beaches. tour of the D Day Normandy Beaches. Price: $545 (minimum of 15 persons) Price: $545 (minimum of 15 persons) Additional costs include, but are not limited to.
Courses Being Offered ENG 103F/HF Critical Reasoning & Writing (Regular & Honors) 3 units ENG 105F Introduction to Creative Writing 3 units ENG 208F Introduction to Film Studies 3 units GEOG 100F/HC Global Geography (Regular & Honors) 3 units GEOG 160F Cultural Geography 3 units GEOG 170F Urban Geography: Introduction to the City 3 units Requirement: 12 units
Travel Dates Depart Los Angeles: March 2, 2012 Depart Los Angeles: March 2, 2012 Arrive Paris: March 3, 2012 Arrive Paris: March 3, 2012 Depart Paris: May 12, 2012 Depart Paris: May 12, 2012 NOTE: Classes will start at the beginning of the spring semester on the Fullerton College campus, and will continue on the same schedule in Paris.
Application Package ■NOCCCD Application Form ■Deposit of $450 (check or money order) made payable to AIFS (the travel vendor) (the travel vendor) ■ Travel Vendor Registration Form ■ Copy of your Transcript(s) (unofficial o.k.) ■ Five (5) Headshot (passport type) Photos ■ Global Student Travel Medical Insurance Form ■Check or money order in the amount of approximately $178.75* made payable to Wells Fargo Insurance Services, Inc. made payable to Wells Fargo Insurance Services, Inc. *Insurance premium subject to slight change when fees are published for January 2012 – January 2013. for January 2012 – January 2013.
What should you do next? Next Steps: ● Get your Passport ● Contact Financial Aid office regarding student loans and scholarships and scholarships
Deliver your Application Package to: Jackie Boll Dean, Library/LLRC – Room #823 Fullerton College 321 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832 Her Assistant, Jackie Evans, will make an interview appointment for you the while you are there.
Questions?? See our website: http://studyabroad.fullcoll.edu Or contact: LeVonne Nelson LeVonne Nelson (714) 992-7519 (714) 992-7519 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Or Or Etta Dial Etta Dial (714) 732-5076 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org