French students preparing competitive exams to become teachers. Pour les étudiants français souhaitant préparer les concours de l'enseignement, CAPES et Agrégation (voir nos formules stages d'été - possibilité d'hébergement à Paris 5e) : latin, grec ancien, littérature française, grammaire, ancien français
Middle schools or High schools french teachers working abroad. Pour les enseignants francophones enseignant le français et la culture française dans un établissement à l'étranger (programme d'un mois à Paris 5e - hébergement inclus). Credits ECTS.
Students from abroad. Pour les étudiants étrangers souhaitant perfectionner leur connaissance de la langue française (programme d'un mois à Paris 5e - hébergement inclus). Credits ECTS.
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Our new project is to invite international students to attend our lectures and courses during a Summer Program to improve their French and their knowledge of French culture ("French language and culture immersion in the heart of Paris" . Read here our Summer Program Brochure
- daily language classes and conversation. French grammar, French literature, conversation
- Theatre and writing workshops
-literature, history of art, french cinema
- visits to a neighborhood in Paris in connection with the conference.
- a Loire valley castles daytrip : on the tracks of Catherine de Médicis...
- Housing : in the very center of Paris (accomodation in private homes, in youth hostels or in rooms in the charming boarding school of the famous high school Louis-le-Grand, Paris, 5th)
The theme developed this year in connection with the identity of our institution will be "Women who have shaped France". It will highlight the revival of French research in the wake of gender studies and women's studies. The conferences will explore history (Women and the Resistance in connection with the recent burial of two women in the Pantheon), cultural history (Women intellectuals in France), history of art (Women and the Impressionists in Orsay), anthropology or literature (Women and the revival of the French novel in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries). These conferences will be combined with visits to the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay, but also emblematic neighborhoods of Paris.
The subject we propose this year ("Women who have shaped France") originated from the observation that French Universities are developing an increasing interestin gender and women’s studies.
We will go well beyond studying the biography of some prominent female personalities. Our approach will include social groups as well as individuals, and will examine underlying trends of History as opposed to single events.
Collège Sévigné, Higher education, 39, rue Henri Barbusse 75005 Paris
RER B - Stop at Port-Royal or Luxembourg (sortie 3)
Tel : + 33 (0)1.53.19.07.48 (english spoken)
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Headmaster : Soizic Charpentier
Director : Jean-Pierre de Giorgio