Summer in Paris, France - at the University of Paris - Sorbonne with California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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Summer in Paris, France at the University of Paris - Sorbonne with California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Program dates: July 1 - July 31, 2005 ACCENT INTERNATIONAL CONSORTIUM FOR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS ABROAD
Paris, France July 1 - July 31, 2005 W Student Services: The ACCENT Centers ACCENT is a study abroad organization that works with elcome to the Summer in Paris program at the over 50 colleges and universities to provide academi- University of Paris – Sorbonne. ACCENT works with cally challenging and culturally enriching overseas study programs. ACCENT has fully-staffed Centers in Paris, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona to Florence, London, Madrid and Rome that serve as a home provide a challenging academic program with extensive base to program participants. The San Francisco Center overseas support. On the Summer in Paris program, assists students with enrollment and pre-departure prepara- students live at the Cité Universitaire international tion. The staff in all six ACCENT Centers has extensive per- residence campus or in Parisian homes while attend- sonal experience in travel and overseas study, and is available to answer questions throughout all phases of the program. ing French grammar classes at the Sorbonne, as well as French civilization and conversation classes with visiting The ACCENT Paris Center, located in the 11th arrondisse- and local faculty. In addition to the academic program, ment near Place de la Bastille, is open during the week for the ACCENT Paris Center staff organizes a series of cul- students to use the resource and lending library, check tural and social activities as well as providing support email or write papers in the computer lab, ask questions of the ACCENT staff and take advantage of a variety of and guidance to students studying abroad. student services. Once you have enrolled, you will receive more detailed Application and Enrollment application and enrollment forms as well as a student The Summer in Paris program is open to students over 18 handbook. If you have questions about any aspect at time of application. California State University students of this program, please feel free to contact us at any who are non-Cal Poly, Pomona students must apply for visitor status at CSU-Pomona. Non-Cal State students time: ACCENT (800) 869-9291, Professor Samira must apply for admission to CSU-Pomona by March 15; Matta, Program Leader, at (909) 869-3841, (626) students must receive admission approval prior to submit- 446-8962, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Thresa ting an application to ACCENT for program participation Ansley, International Center at (909) 869-3625, (website for on-line application www.csupomona.edu/ email@example.com. ~admissions). Program space is limited. Students should send in the enclosed application with the $250 non-refund- Cal Poly Pomona encourages participants of all back- able first payment as soon as possible. Upon receipt of your application and first payment, ACCENT and California grounds to apply, including those with no French lan- State Polytechnic University, Pomona will send you addi- guage, French majors, international business and other tional application and enrollment forms. Applications and majors, prospective teachers seeking certification, K-12 final payment must be received by April 22, 2005. Beyond teachers and others. April 22, enrollment is based on availability. Cultural Program Transferable Academic Credit Cultural learning is an integral part of the program. Guided visits of many museums and historical sites are The Summer in Paris program is offered for transferable col- lege credit through California State Polytechnic University, included in the program and students participate in a cul- Pomona. Cal Poly, Pomona is part of the California State tural activity series that includes a visit to Versailles, a boat University system and is consistently ranked one of the top ride on the Seine and two performances of ballet, opera or ten regional universities in the west. Cal Poly, Pomona will classical music. Other excursions included in the program provide a transcript upon request for the coursework com- are two one-day excursions to Chartres/Giverny and the pleted overseas. The cost for a transcript is $4. Please verify Loire Valley, and an optional three-day, two-night excur- the transferability of courses with your advisor or registrar sion to Normandy and Brittany is available as well ($240). before you apply. Excursions are chosen based on the academic curriculum and are subject to change.
Program Faculty French 201: Intermediate French 4 quarter units – 12.5 hours/week Will cover and reinforce basic grammar as well as lead students into more Samira Matta has been teaching French for over 25 years and leading trips advanced aspects of the language. Emphasis on written composition and to France for over 15 years. She has sponsored and actively participated in style. Includes 10 hours of small group phonetics work in the language lab. many multicultural organizations. She currently teaches courses in French Taught entirely in French at the University of Paris – Sorbonne. language, culture, history, civilization and literature at Cal Poly Pomona. This is her tenth year with the Summer in Paris program. French 499L: Advanced French 4 quarter units – 12.5 hours/week Emphasis on style, text study and advanced grammatical analysis. Includes 10 hours of small group phonetics work in the language lab. Taught entirely in French at the University of Paris – Sorbonne. Students will also take the French Civilization and Conversation courses. Both courses are offered in the afternoon. French 299A: French Civilization 1 quarter unit – 3 hours/week A series of informal lectures taught by visiting faculty, designed to inves- tigate the French culture through its art, architecture, and historical and political events through on-site lectures. Students may choose to take this The Academic Curriculum class either in French or English. During the overseas orientation, students complete a placement exam to French 299: French Conversation 1 quarter unit – 2 hours/week determine the class level appropriate to their language skills. An alternate This course is specially designed to enable participants to begin using Beginning French for total beginners is taught by visiting faculty and is French immediately in everyday situations and to develop practical held at the ACCENT Center. Classes range in size from 20-25 students. vocabulary. Students can expect to be in class approximately four hours per day, five days per week. Students with no prior French should take the Beginning French course taught by visiting faculty. French 101: Beginning French Class 4 quarter units – 15 hours/week Will enable students to understand native French and to express themselves in basic situations. Emphasis on listening, comprehension and speaking with opportunities outside the classroom for reinforcement. This course is specially designed for students with no prior study of French who do not wish to take the immersion course at the Sorbonne. The following four classes are held at the Sorbonne. French102: Beginners French 2 4 quarter units – 12.5 hours/week This course emphasizes basic grammar and vocabulary review. It also pro- vides a small classroom environment, enabling students to reinforce written and spoken expression of French. Includes 10 hours of small group phonet- ics work in the language lab. Taught entirely in French at the University of Paris – Sorbonne French 103: Elementary French 4 quarter units – 12.5 hours/week Intended for students who need to review their knowledge of basic gram- mar, phonetics, and written and spoken expression. Includes 10 hours of small group phonetics work in the language lab. Taught entirely in French at the University of Paris – Sorbonne. Application due: with first payment Arrival in Paris: July 1 Final payment due: April 22 Program Timetable Overseas orientation: July 2 Pre-departure orientation: May (TBD) Classes begin: July 4 Departure from U.S.: June 30 Return to U.S.: July 31
“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris when you are young, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” – Ernest Hemingway Spend a Summer in Paris, a city renowned for its wealth of historical, artistic and cultural riches. Immerse yourself in a language and culture that spans the Middle Ages through the 21st century – a city that draws students from around the world. Paris is your classroom as you learn French at the University of Paris – Sorbonne and study French Civilization, while attending on-site lectures at the many galleries, museums and cultural sites throughout the city. The Summer in Paris pro- gram offers a unique opportunity to expand your educational experience while earning transferable college credit. Students on the Summer in Paris program live at the Cité Universitaire international residence campus or in Parisian homes located throughout the city, and attend classes at the University of Paris – Sorbonne and on-site throughout Paris. The ACCENT Paris Center organizes a number of cultural and social activities for program participants, as well as day and weekend excursions outside of Paris. ACCENT, in conjunction with California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, is responsible for the coordination and administration of the Summer in Paris program. Together, ACCENT and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona are committed to providing international oppor- tunities that foster the understanding of different cultures. PARIS
Summer in Paris WITH CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA Program space is limited. Students should send in this application and the $250 non-refundable first payment to ACCENT as soon as possible. Note: Non-Cal State students must apply for admission to Cal Poly Pomona by March 15; students must receive admission approval prior to submitting this application to ACCENT for program participation (website for on-line application www.csupomona.edu/~admissions). Upon receipt of your application and first payment, ACCENT and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona will send you additional application forms. Initial applications must be received by April 22, 2005. Beyond April 22, limited enrollment is allowed, but only when space permits and first and final payments have been received by the ACCENT San Francisco Center. Please note that ACCENT does not accept credit cards or credit card checks. I have carefully read the brochure for the Summer in Paris program and wish to apply. I agree to the terms and conditions stated in the program brochure, including the payment and refund policies. I understand that if there are any changes in the terms and conditions ACCENT will notify me in writing. The applicant shall be the client of ACCENT for all purposes. Any applicable refunds will be returned to the applicant regardless of the source of payment. Please type or print clearly in black ink. Name Signature School Attending Year in School Major Current Address How long can you be reached at your current address? City State Zip Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone Please indicate the best times to reach you and at which number Email Social Security Number Gender Permanent Address City State Zip Permanent Phone Country of Citizenship Date of Birth (participants must be at least 18 years old at time of application) Emergency Contact Home Phone Work Phone Address of Emergency Contact I hereby authorize ACCENT representatives to contact and discuss with the persons listed above my status in the study abroad program. Signature Date How did you hear about this program? (please be as specific as possible) Have you previously attended an ACCENT program? If so, which program? When? Where? pdf Please return this application with the $250 non-refundable first payment, made payable to ACCENT, to: ACCENT • 870 Market Street, Suite 1026 • San Francisco, CA 94102
Program Price: $2980 plus a $150 refundable security deposit Payment Schedule Cancellations All cancellations must be made in writing to Program Price Includes Non-refundable first payment ACCENT and Cal Poly, Pomona and are effec- tive the date of receipt. Participants are liable for • Double room in the residence halls of the Cité Universitaire due with application $250 payments until written cancellation is received. Final payment due April 22, 2005 $2880 • Tuition at the University of Paris - Sorbonne Cancellation Fees: 70 days or more prior to start of program $250 • Day excursions to Chartres/Giverny and the The above breakdowns include the $150 50 to 69 days prior to start of program $500 Loire Valley including transportation and refundable security deposit. The payment 30 to 49 days prior to start of program $750 guided visits schedule is the applicant's contractual obli- 8 to 29 days prior to start of program $1000 • Cultural activity series including two evening gation. Failure to make each payment when 0 to 7 days prior to start of program No Refund ballet, concert or opera performances, a visit to due shall automatically cancel participant Versailles and a boat ride on the Seine from the program one week after payment ACCENT, and not California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, is responsible for all travel arrangements and any • Pre-departure and overseas orientation program due date. All payments are effective the day liability arising there from. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona is NOT liable for any damages aris- with a guided tour of Paris they are received by the ACCENT San ing out of the services described herein, including, but not limited to any promises or representations, whether expressed • Paris bus and métro pass (Carte Orange) Francisco Center. ACCENT, in its sole dis- or implied. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to in any way bind California State Polytechnic University, cretion, may reinstate an applicant subject Pomona, any of its agents, employees or representatives to any • Overseas information and resource center promises, obligations, covenants or duties whether expressed to availability of space and late enrollment or implied herein. with ACCENT Paris on-site staff fees. All prices and fees reflect exchange ACCENT is not responsible for the academic segment of • Transfers from and to Paris airport for rates current as of 7/04 and are subject to the program except as specified in the contract between group flight participants ACCENT and the California State Polytechnic, Pomona. change. Nor is ACCENT responsible for airline delays of any kind, or for expenses or loss incurred as a result of such delays. • International Student Identity Card (ISIC) With regard to transportation/travel, regardless of the type with limited overseas travel and accident of vehicle, ACCENT acts for the passenger as agent only. ACCENT assumes no liability for accident, injury, damage, insurance Student Housing or loss in any vehicle, or as a result of default by any person or company engaged in transporting the passenger. CST #1013432-40. Program Price Does Not Include Students may choose to live in double or single rooms in residence halls at the Cité Universitaire, • Round-trip airfare or in a single room in a homestay. The Cité For more information on the • Cal Poly, Pomona tuition of $554 for 6 units Universitaire, an international residence campus Summer in Paris program please • Optional single room in student residence of the University of Paris for students from around contact: supplement ($250) the world, is located within easy reach of central Paris by métro. The Maison Internationale on • Optional single room in a homestay the Cité campus houses a restaurant, café, library, supplement ($400, price includes breakfast daily) theater, bank, swimming pool and sports facilities. Homestays are located throughout Paris, within • Optional three-day, two-night excursion to 870 Market Street, Suite 1026 the city limits. Participants in a homestay receive San Francisco, CA 94102 Normandy and Brittany ($240) breakfast daily. The supplement for a single room 800.869.9291 • Personal expenses, books, passports, visas, at the Cité is $250 or in a homestay is $400. 415.835.3749 (fax) and anything not listed as included firstname.lastname@example.org Housing is provided from the first day of the pro- • Meals except as specified gram (July 1, 2005). www.accentintl.com or • Required medical insurance Transportation Cal Poly, Pomona Tuition & Fees All participants must check-in at the ACCENT Paris Center July 1, 2005 between Academic credit for this program is awarded by 9am and 5pm (Note: most transatlantic flights California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. depart one day before their arrival date). CSU students who are non-Cal Poly, Pomona ACCENT will organize an optional round-trip students must apply for visitors status at CSU- Professor Samira Matta group flight from Los Angeles. Airfare is not Pomona. Non-CSU students must apply for English & Foreign Language included in the program fee. Group flight Bldg. 24:112 admission to CSU-Pomona and pay a $55 appli- participants will be met at the airport in Paris 3801 West Temple Avenue cation fee. A $554 enrollment fee must be paid to Pomona, CA 91768 and transferred to their housing. Group flight Cal Poly, Pomona International Center at the time 909.869.3841 /626.446.8962 participants returning to the U.S. on the group of registration and no later than May 1, 2005. email@example.com return date will receive transportation to the Paris Non-residents of California pay an additional airport. Students enrolled in the Summer in Paris Cal Poly, Pomona Study Abroad Office $220 per unit. Participants are subject to the International Center, Bldg. 1:104 program will receive detailed optional group flight policies, procedures and regulations of Cal Poly, 3801 West Temple Avenue information approximately four months prior to Pomona. For more information, contact Thresa Pomona, CA 91768 departure (estimated airfare: $950 - $1150). 909.869.3625 Ansley, International Center at (909) 869-3625, www.csupomona.edu/~international firstname.lastname@example.org.
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