API Study Abroad in Paris
Paris is well known as one of the most intellectual and intriguing cities in the world. The city maintains its status as the premier city in France and a leader in politics, art and fashion. With a new delight around every corner, it is no wonder that the city of love has long been home to a multitude of legendary artists, poets, politicians, and scientists. See monuments such as the Eiffel Tower or walk down the Champ-Élysées all while soaking up incredible French culture!
API students have several options to study abroad in Paris:
Cours de Civilisation Françaises de la Sorbonne (CCFS)
With its history dating back to the end of World World War I, the CCFS focuses on French language instruction and introducing students to French culture and society since 1919. More than 8,000 students, from more than 130 nationalities, attend the university annually.
Institut Catholique de Paris
Founded in 1948, the ILCF (Institut de Langue et de Cultures Françaises) is a department within the Institut Catholique de Paris. Courses are available in French and in English at the ILCF. The ILCF welcomes more than 2,000 foreign students each year, representing more than 60 different nationalities.
Paris School of Business
Founded in 1974, PSB Paris School of Business (formerly ESG MS) is a European Grande Ecole management school that combines academic excellence, international awareness, and professional experiences. Students will be able to choose from a variety of international business courses conducted in English.
Parsons Paris – The New School
Students interested in studying at one of the top art and design schools in the world, while living in one of the world capitals of art and design, are ideally suited to the programs at Parsons Paris – The New School. Founded in 1921, Parsons Paris is accredited by NASAD (National Association of the Schools of Art and Design) and by MSCHE (Middle States Commission on Higher Education). It is also recognized by the French Ministry of Education as a Private Establishment of Higher Education (Etablissement d’Enseignement Supérieur Privé).
API also offers students the opportunity to study at several institutions of the Université Paris. The former University of Paris had five faculties, which in 1971 were split into 13 separate public and interdisciplinary institutions. Advanced and superior level students of French may take courses with French students through the University of Massachusetts direct enrollment programs at either the Université Paris Diderot or the Université Paris Dauphine. The Université Paris Diderot is a multidisciplinary university with departments in Science, Arts and Letters and Social Sciences. The Université Paris Dauphine focuses on business, economics and mathematics, and offers some classes taught in English.