French University Offers Summer Program for CS Undergraduates
Université Joseph Fourier, located in the alpine city of Grenoble, France, will be offering a Summer Bachelor Program that may be of interest to undergraduate Computer Science majors. The program takes place from June 4, 2012 through July 13, 2012 and includes laboratory/industry visits, cultural activities, and interactions with French science students.
The program involves taking one 30- to 60-hour STEM-related course (choices include Introduction to Physcial Computing and Probability Modeling) and one 36-hour French language course. Geared toward English-speaking students, fluency in French is not required (though some introductory coursework in high school would not hurt).
The first session in June 2012 is tuition-free.
To learn more about this summer program opportunity, please view this PDF file. Students wanting to further investigate taking part in this program should speak with their advisors about it.