May 05th, 2021

The North Carolina Consortium Semester in Paris

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Semester Abroad
The North Carolina Consortium Semester in Paris
Paris, France
Nestled in the heart of Paris, the NC in Paris program combines small, focused courses created by the member universities of the North Carolina Consortium and administered by on-site, local professors with intense language training through the Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne, an incredible venue for studying French language and culture. The North Carolina Consortium Semester in Paris is a long-standing, high-quality academic program that takes full advantage of the opportunities in the City of Light.
Program Fees
Tuition & Academic Fees
Standard HPU rates to be paid to HPU.
Housing
Program rates to be paid to UNCW.
Meals
Meals are Self Catered
Health & Safety Plan
At the time of publishing, the rate is estimated at $325 per semester, to be paid to HPU.
Additional Expenses
Students will be responsible for all travel, immigration, and personal and other expenses.
The North Carolina Consortium Semester in Paris
Paris, France
Terms
Applications are due during the spring semester prior to the study abroad term.
Fall Semester Study Abroad:
- September through December
- Application Deadline: March 1

Spring Semester Study Abroad:
- January through May
- Application Deadline: May 1
Requirements
2.75 GPA
Sophomore Status
Completion of beginning (two semesters) college-level French language or equivalent, preferred completion of FRE 2130 & FRE 2140
Office of Global Education, Cottrell Hall, Suite 142
The program offers frequent cultural activities, many of which are incorporated into and enrich the academic program. Students go on a day excursion (to the châteaux of Fontainebleau and Vaux-le-Vicomte or the villages of Giverny and Auvers-sur-Oise associated with the artistic life of the nineteenth century), and spend the weekend in the Loire Valley or in Normandy and Brittany. As part of the program, students also participate in historical and architectural walking tours of Parisian neighborhoods, attend an opera or ballet at the Palais Garnier or Opéra Bastille, attend a concert of classical music or French rock or pop. Cultural activities vary, of course, from one semester to another because of the rich but always changing programming of museums, concert halls, and theaters.
Credit Transfer
For High Point University to recognize the credits you complete abroad, you must earn at least a grade equivalent to a C in the U.S. HPU will not accept credit for courses with grades of C– or below. Grades for all courses earned abroad are recorded on the international transcript. Credits are received by HPU as transfer credits, which means the credit is received but the grade is not. Your HPU grade point average will not be impacted positively or negatively by your study abroad courses.