PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS: This program is in moratorium.
Kutztown University offers a combination of traditional as well as modern programs designed to meet the
various needs for students interested in French and Francophone languages and cultures.
Course Requirements (392 K).
To download the course requirement form for French Major, please click the link
To download the course requirement form for French Minor, please click the link
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Student wishing to study in France or a Francophone country during their junior year have a choice of
several study abroad programs in which Kutztown University participates. Early planning with study abroad advisor is essential.
The French Ministry of Education is hiring 1700 American students to teach English 12 hours a week in primary and secondary schools in France every academic year.
Eligibility: be 20-30 and enrolled in an American college. Salary and free visa provided, enough spare time to still pursue studies simultaneously (Higher Education is virtually free in France).
Summer Language Courses in France
Visit our page for guides to French language programs in France.
French Programs on TV
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy provides, free of charge, interesting, high-quality cultural and educational television programming to television stations, cable and satellite networks and access channels nationwide.
You will find on our web site descriptions of the shows and educational series as well as related study guides.
Please feel free to contact one of our regional representatives should you wish to submit a special educational project to promote the French language and culture in the United States.
Co-funding from the French Embassy is available and our deadline for 2009 grant application is October 1st, 2008. Feel free to call the nearest cultural Bureau for more information.
The French Embassy's Regional Education Offices are located in:
- Atlanta: (404) 495-1683
- Boston: (617) 292-0064
- Chicago: (312) 664-3945
- Houston: (713) 985-3298
- New Orleans: (504) 523-5394
- New York: (212) 439-1438
- Los Angeles: (310) 235-3285
- Miami: (305) 372-1615
- San Francisco: (415) 397-0321
- Washington D.C.: (202) 944-6031
The French Embassy's Education Headquarters are located in New York.
DELF DALF examinations
Offered by the French Ministry of Education to learners of French everywhere in the world, the DELF-DALF curriculum leads to an international diploma of French.
Two examination sessions are organized in the United States each year. The next session will take place in October and November of 2008 (Located in Philadelphia or Lebanon, PA). There are
about a dozen examination centers in the country. To consult the calendar of upcoming sessions and the list of examination centers, please visit: http://www.frenchculture.org/education/studies/diplo.html
To receive a brochure on the DELF-DALF in the US, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address.
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