AT A GLANCE

Eligibility

• Junior, Senior, Graduate Student
• 3.0 cumulative GPA and 3.0 in French language courses
• Preference given to graduate students and seniors.
• Language Pre-requisite: 5th Semester French
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students only.

Subjects

Environmental science, plant sciences, conservation biology, soil science, wildlife ecology and forest ecology.

Classroom Language

French

Housing

Dormitory, Apartment

Program Duration

Spring semester: Late January to Late May, followed by internship or research possibilities

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Spring 2014-15  9/19/2014
 

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France, Montpellier
Ecole National Superieure Agronomique de Montpellier Exchange

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Co-sponsored by the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and International Academic Programs, the exchange program with the Ecole National Superieure Agronomique de Montpellier (SupAgro) is designed to enhance advanced undergraduate and graduate education in both France and the U.S. by providing opportunities for advanced undergraduates and graduate students to do research and study in France in the environmental sciences for one spring semester. As part of the program, students directly enroll in courses at SupAgro. Most courses are taught in French with a few courses being offered in English. Students will also have the option of seeking out research opportunities both within SupAgro and at a variety of science research facilities located in Montpellier.

The program emphasizes cross-cultural environmental and conservation studies. We expect our program to have long-lasting effects on students' career opportunities. By working in alternative cultural and political contexts, students will gain cross-cultural competence and learn to apply interdisciplinary tools to solve real-world problems. This experience should improve your ability to form collaborations and work effectively in an international environment.

Located just ten miles from the Mediterranean coast, Montpellier boasts many cultural activities, manicured parks, and quaint narrow streets. As the administrative capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, Montpellier offers a world rich in Roman, Medieval, and Renaissance history. The people of Montpellier, whether at cafes in the central square or in their own living rooms, mirror the warm and friendly climate. The city, with a population of 250,000, also offers a rich array of international theatre, ballet, concerts, and museums.