Students at Florida State University and within the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics' French program have a variety of opportunities to study abroad through FSU International Programs and FSU Global Exchanges. Explore the programs below to learn more.
Students have an exceptional opportunity for intensive study of the French language and culture is offered in association with the Institut Catholique, one of Paris’ most prestigious language schools. Students are taught entirely in French by native French-speaking faculty after placement in the language course most appropriate to their level of understanding, from beginning to advanced.
FSU Global Exchanges provide an affordable and immersive study experience at a host university. Students can choose from three universities:
Florida State University is partnered with the Martinique campus. Classes are taught in French; A B2 level of French (upper-intermediate) is highly recommended. Students must register for French language courses while attending on exchange. Students may apply for a Winthrop-King scholarship for this program for the Spring term. Eligible students must apply for this scholarship by the French Program at FSU's deadline (September 15).
Classes are offered in English within the following four Colleges: Law, Political Science, Economics & Management, Science & Technology, Health Sciences, and Human Sciences. This program does not offer intensive French language courses. Students who want to learn about French culture and French language have the opportunity to take a 2-credit course entitled "French as a foreign language" in addition to their courses in English.
Exchange students are permitted to take classes in English only, French only, or a combination of English/French classes. A French foreign language course is offered (for 2 credits) but the program does not offer intensive French langauge courses.