"Studying abroad in France has been one of the most rewarding and life changing experiences. Not only do you gain memories and friendships that will last a lifetime, but you will also get the opportunity to get out of your comfort zone and gain real world experience consulting for different companies. I would recommend this program to anyone who is wanting to enhance their college experience! You aill not regret it!" ~ Jenny Nguyen, (2017 summer program)
Complete the Barton School of Business general study abroad application. THE DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR THIS PROGRAM IS FEBRUARY 1, 2018, BUT SCHOLARSHIP MONEY WILL BE AVAILABLE ON A PRIORITY BASIS TO EARLY APPLICANTS. For more details on the application process, click here.
Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.25 and should have junior standing prior to summer 2018. (if students are interested in the program, however do not meet the GPA requirement or if they will not have junior standing—60 credit hours completed, then please contact email@example.com as an exception may be allowed.)
All students must have a valid passport. Passports can take 4 to 8 weeks to process so apply now if you do not have one. Students who are U.S. citizens will not need a visa to enter France, however for all other citizenships; students will need to check requirements for their country through the French Embassy.
All students will register for 6 credit hours total at WSU for the summer and pay WSU tuition rate.
Students will have the opportunity to work on a project with a French company at the direction of faculty from Groupe ESC Pau and WSU. A WSU instructor will teach the ENTR 310 class.
* dependent on each student's status in degree completion.
Costs of tuition & fees for 6 credit hours at WSU for summer 2018. There is also a $100 study abroad fee added to tuition. (Approximate total cost for in-state WSU tuition for this program will be $1,789)
Total Cost including all items mentioned above not including tuition and fees will be approximately $3,960. (Students should also expect to have other personal expenses such as laundry services, cell phone, International health insurance, local transportation/bus/taxis, as well as expenses for travel during breaks if students choose to visit other cities/countries.)
Contact Ann Burger, Associate Director for Study Abroad & Exchange Programs at (316) 978-5374 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about Study Abroad Programs call (316) 978-3232 and ask to speak with the study abroad advisor or you can email the advisor at email@example.com, from there we'll help you learn about the opportunities available and find a program that's right for you. Or visit us at the Garvey International Center on the corner of 17th and Hillside. Check us out online at: www.wichita.edu/studyabroad.