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Complex and dramatic, simple and refined, France is unquestionably one of the West’s richest cultural centers. This country, with more varieties of cheese than days in the year, can easily be stereotyped as a land of fine food, highbrow culture, and priceless art. But opening your eyes to the adventure that is France reveals much more. Deep community traditions, aesthetics as a daily life practice, and strong values regarding democracy and philosophy all round out this remarkable place. With so many soul-stirring views and soulful connections to be made, France will woo you into a headlong romance.

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Vive la France!

France has long been one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world, and for good reason.  Living in France provides students an opportunity not only to immerse themselves in the intricacies of the French language, but also to gain familiarity with French cuisine, art, music, and history.  The country’s efficient and extensive train system allows for easy weekend travel to the country’s many bustling cities, meaningful historical sites, and charming seaside villages.  And for students who wish to travel more widely, France makes a great base from which to explore the rest of Europe.

World Endeavors offers international internship and study abroad programs in France. Internships in France give participants resume-boosting, real-world experience in a variety of professional fields. World Endeavors’ Study Abroad in France program is comprehensive, affordable, and provides a meaningful educational and cultural experience for individuals who want to study abroad.


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World Endeavors Study Abroad in France participants study at the Université Catholique de l’Ouest, located in the town of Angers in the heart of the Loire Valley region.  World Endeavors internships in France are located in both Paris and Nice, two of the country’s largest and most unique cities.


I had the best time in France this year! I didn’t want to leave.

-Sharon, Study in France