University:

Email Address:

Phone Number:

Study abroad in
French Riviera, France

Flight Voucher $1,000 Flight Voucher when you apply with code by December 19, 2019

At the crossroads of Provence, Italy, and the Alps lies the French Riviera, locally known as the Côte d’Azur. Over the centuries, artists, authors, musicians, and royalty, from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Elton John, Queen Victoria to the Jolie-Pitts, have made this scenic Mediterranean destination their (vacation) home. Today, students from around the world join high-profile residents in the French Riviera, making it an ideal place to gain cross-cultural communication experience while honing French language skills. Immerse in French language and culture in Antibes at our partner university, the Centre International d'Antibes, or take science, engineering, and business courses in English at SKEMA Business School, located in Sophia Antipolis (a.k.a. Europe’s Silicon Valley). Whichever program you choose, internship, service learning, and volunteer opportunities are available to enrich your experience in this beautiful, vibrant destination.

Programs to love in French Riviera

Programs to love in French Riviera

  • All
Business, Communications & Liberal Arts

Choose from a wide range of business, communications, and liberal arts electives — all taught in English — that offer an international perspective. Take advantage of SKEMA’s setting in a research and technology park to develop the skills you need to thrive in today’s global economy.

See Details

  • ST
  • SU
  • SE
  • YR
  • Starting at $15,995
Science & Engineering

Science & Engineering

SKEMA Business School

Take core courses for your science or engineering major or general electives in math, sciences, and humanities, all taught in English. You’ll attend class with French, European, and North American students at one of France’s leading schools.

See Details

  • ST
  • SU
  • SE
  • YR
  • Starting at $15,995
French Language & Culture

French Language & Culture

Centre International d’Antibes

Spend your summer immersed in French language and culture. You’ll hone your French skills while gaining insight into local culture as you attend class alongside other international students.

See Details

  • ST
  • SU
  • SE
  • YR
  • Starting at $5,995
What's included in your Program'

What's included in your Program

From housing to excursions, our inclusions make studying abroad easy!
  • Personalized Pre-Departure Advising
  • Visa & Immigration Advising
  • Financial Advising
  • Tuition and Registration
  • Airport Pick-up
  • On-site Orientation
  • City Tour
  • On-site Staff Support
  • 24/7 Emergency Assistance
  • Travel Medical Insurance
  • International Emergency Service Support
  • Welcome & Farewell Events
  • Centrally Located Housing
  • Wellness Activities
  • Cultural Engagement
  • Language Exchanges
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Excursions
  • Student Clubs & Organizations
  • Host Institution Services & Amenities
  • Career & Re-entry Workshop
  • Official Transcript(s)

Monaco-Monte Carlo

Grasse

Cannes & St. Marguerite Island

St. Tropez

One of the benefits of studying abroad is the ability to venture outside your host city and explore the surrounding area. Excursions are offered for all semester, year, and summer programs. Semester students are typically offered between two to three excursions and summer students are typically offered between one to two excursions. You will receive a calendar of the specific CEA excursions offered for your program during orientation. To give you an idea of the possibilities, we have collected typical experiences from some of the day trips and weekend tours offered to our students in the past.

Monaco-Monte Carlo

CEA staff will take you on a tour of this tiny independent state. Nestled between the French Alps and the Mediterranean, an impressive 30,000 people live on only .7 square miles, making Monaco-Monte Carlo the second smallest European state. We’ll take a spin around the Monaco Formula I Grand Prix circuit (by bus, of course) to see the famous Casino and Belle Epoque district, the opera house built by Charles Garnier, and the Hotel and Café de Paris. Next, we’ll drive high above the Mediterranean along the Moyenne Corniche to the medieval village of Eze, where you’ll discover exotic gardens and breathtaking views of the Riviera coast.

Grasse

Grasse, the perfume capital of the world since the Renaissance, is located high in the hills above the Mediterranean. This unique medieval site is recognized by the Caisse National des Monuments Historiques as a city of art. Surrounded by jasmine and roses, Grasse has retained its narrow winding streets, cobblestones, archways, medieval squares, and market places.

Today, three-quarters of the world’s essences are produced in Grasse, at chez Fragonard. Many designer perfumes, such as Chanel n°5, are still produced here. We’ll tour the Fragonard factory and observe the procedures involved in creating and producing perfume, followed by a visit to the "Musée International de la Parfumerie" where you’ll learn about 3000 years in the history of this extraordinary art. Finally, finish the day at the Fragonard factory shop, where you can browse a large selection of well-known perfumes at discount prices.

Cannes & St. Marguerite Island

In 1834 the Lord Chancellor of England, Lord Brougham, spent the night in a small fishing village en route to Nice. Since that fateful night, Cannes has been synonymous with glamour and glitz. The star of the French Riviera, Cannes is world-renowned for its International Film Festival, yachts, cruise ships, designer shopping, palatial hotels, belle époque architecture, and golden beaches.

We’ll explore the Tour de Mt. Chevalier. Located in the narrow winding streets of the old town known as "Le Suquet,” this fortress from the 11th century houses an amazing collection of archaeological and ethnographic exhibits in the Musée de la Castre. The tower and the 12th century Notre-Dame-de-l'Espérence church add a touch of medieval flavor to the town.

From the port of Cannes, we’ll take a boat to beautiful St. Marguerite Island, known for its crystal clear water and untouched nature. Also included: a visit to the fortress where the mysterious Man in the Iron Mask was held prisoner.

Biot and Vallauris

The glass factory of Biot is famous for its colorful bubble glass. Here, more than 30 glassworkers expertly blow, handle, and

conjure molten glass into works of art, producing beautiful carafes, vases, candleholders, and more. The factory houses a museum, showroom, and store, and offers glass-blowing demonstrations. The staff will pack purchases with great care, so you can safely ship gifts back to the U.S. Be sure to check out their "seconds" table for great bargains.

Next it’s on to Vallauris, where pottery has been a tradition since Gallo-Roman times. Picasso worked at the Madura workshop from 1948 to 1955, one of his most creative periods working with ceramics. His most famous works from this period are "The Man with the Goat" (L'homme au mouton) and the enormous fresco "War and Peace" (La guerre et la paix), which you can see in the chapel in the Musée Château.

Provence

In the 19th century, Provence's light and landscapes attracted illustrious painters such as Cézanne and Van Gogh. Our journey begins in Arles, where Van Gogh spent his most creative years. We’ll explore the city’s impressive Roman monuments, such as the arena, the theatre, and the cryptoporticus (subterranean galleries), which date to the 1st century B.C. On place du Forum, you will see the café that inspired Café de Nuit, one of Van Gogh's best-loved works.

Les Baux-de-Provence is a medieval fortified town with amazing views of Provence. From the top of the village, you’ll enjoy a 360° view over the Vallée des Baux, famous for its olive oil. We’ll visit the hilltop castle to learn about the music and songs of the Troubadours and life in Provence in medieval times.

No Provence tour would be complete without a visit to Avignon and a guided tour of the Palais des Papes (Pope's Palace), as well as the Pont Saint Bénézet, which forms the inspiration for the famous song, Sous le Pont d'Avignon.

We’ll also visit Pont du Gard, the world’s largest remaining Roman aqueduct, built shortly before the Christian era to allow the aqueduct of Nímes to cross the Gard River. Roman architects and hydraulic engineers created a technical and artistic masterpiece which is still stands today after 2,000 years. Finally, a tour of the Chateauneuf-du-Pape area includes a visit to one of the local vineyards. A local wine expert will explain how wine is made and teach you the basics of wine tasting.

St. Tropez

St. Tropez, a.k.a. the Riviera’s most glitzy destination, became popular in the 1950s when movie stars, artists, and writers fell under the spell of this quaint Mediterranean fishing port. With the arrival of Brigitte Bardot in the 60s, the myth was installed for good. We’ll travel along the scenic Esterel Mountains to the beautiful bay of St. Tropez. Today, visitors to this lovely town still love to stroll through the market and sit in outdoor cafés hoping to catch a glimpse of celebrities like Brad Pitt or George Clooney. For the art lovers, a visit the Annonciade Museum is also included where you can admire works of Matisse, Signac, Braque and other famous French Riviera artists.

Take advantage of the unique flavors of the French Riviera. CEA offers a variety of local cultural activities to match your interests, whether you enjoy concerts, clubs, sports, cooking classes, language exchanges, or something entirely different, our resident staff can help you get involved in local culture. Here are a few examples.

French Cuisine – Cooking Lessons at the CEA Office

Enjoy preparing and tasting local dishes such as ratatouille, pan-fried vegetables with tomato sauce; farcis niçois, stuffed oven-baked veggies; pissaladière, onion pie garnished with anchovies and olives; socca, chickpea flour pancakes; and beignets de fleurs de courgette, zucchini flowers fried in batter.

SKEMA Integration Weekend

At the beginning of each semester, the SKEMA student office—BDE or Bureau Des Elèves—organizes a three-day Weekend d’Intégration for all new students.

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to connect with other international students and local French students. In spring, BDE hosts a skiing trip to the Alps and in fall, you may attend a camping weekend in Provence. CEA students love Integration Weekend, noting that it’s one of the best experiences they have during the semester and that it really helps them make connections.

Wine Appreciation

Develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of wine in the presence of a local wine expert, or sommelier, through tasting, wine and food pairings, and vineyard visits in the Var region of France, which produces delicious Cotes de Provence wines. When you return to the U.S., you can impress your friends with your new knowledge of oenology and viticulture.

Perfume Making

Dabble in the secret art of the perfumer and take home your very own original French eau de perfume or eau de cologne. At one of the most renowned perfume factories of Grasse, the world’s perfume capital, you will create your very own scent under the watchful eye of a Maitre Parfumeur.

SKEMA Orientation Scavenger Hunt in Antibes

This lively event brings together new International students from all SKEMA programs. You will be challenged to find important places in the town of Antibes, all while learning your way around the town and making new friends.

Language Exchange

CEA staff can arrange for you to be paired with language exchange partners to practice French in a real-life context. Most language partners are French university students who are studying English or other languages. Language partners also help you experience the French Riviera and its culture by providing tips on how to get around and where to find interesting sights and activities. This program is a great way to meet other students while enhancing your speaking skills.

Volunteer Opportunities

Give back to your host community while gaining hands-on experience. Volunteering opportunities in the French Riviera may include:

  • Red Cross: Set aside half a day to volunteer with the French Red Cross. Assist people in need and help with food and clothes distribution while practicing your French with Red Cross staff.
  • Beach Cleaning Day: CEA students mingle with French locals and spend a day helping clean up beaches along the beautiful Mediterranean coast after the busy summer season.

Cannes Film Festival Internship (Spring Semester Only)

Once spring semester is underway, you’ll have the unique opportunity to apply for an internship at the internationally-renowned Cannes Film Festival, held for 12 days in mid-May. Successful applicants work with a California-based production company assisting field crews in shooting, logging, duplicating, editing, and arranging interviews with celebrities. A film or communications background is preferred, but students from other disciplines will be considered. Applications are accepted once students are on-site; please note that internship placements are highly competitive.

Student Clubs & Associations

Whether you enjoy playing (or watching) sports, protecting the environment, taking photographs, or practicing business development, SKEMA has a student club for you. Joining a student club gives you the opportunity to meet French and other international students, making new friends while learning new skills and having fun! Choose from dozens of different clubs and associations on campus that are open to you as a CEA student.

Career and Re-entry Workshop:

Explore the skills and knowledge you’ve gained and learn how to articulate your growth in your future job searches. In this interactive workshop, you’ll reflect and process your study abroad experience, connect study abroad with your career goals, and obtain practical advice to help you transition back to the U.S.

Health and Wellness

Keep fit during your time abroad. Participate in the CEA jogging club to discover beautiful Mediterranean coast trails, mingle with French students, or join one of the numerous sports courses that SKEMA offers. Whether you like swimming, kickboxing, climbing, yoga, dancing, volleyball, or football, you’ll find activities to help you stay healthy and fit. Sports courses are also a great way to make new friends and practice your French.

Mobile Journalist Program

Want to build your digital portfolio while you study abroad? Join the Mobile Journalist (MOJO) program! You’ll blog, photograph, and video your experience abroad, then share them on social media.

Alumni Ambassador Program

Your study abroad adventure doesn’t have to end when your program is over. Keep sharing your study abroad love on your home campus…become an Alumni Ambassador! This internship allows you to help other students on their study abroad journeys while gaining work experience and growing your professional network.

Receive a $1,000 Flight Voucher when you apply by December 19, 2019

Receive a
$1,000
Flight Voucher

when you apply by
December 19, 2019

Get your flight voucher code and access to Passbook in two easy steps. With Passbook, you can track your favorite programs and courses, save flight vouchers, and watch videos on the destination you're interested in.

Get your flight voucher

Step 1 of 2

Step 2 of 2


*By providing your mobile number, you agree to receive recurring text messages from CEA Study Abroad notifying you of important program deadlines. Message and data rates may apply.

Privacy Policy   |   Mobile Terms   |   Voucher Rules

Your flight voucher has been added to your Passbook. Apply now or view your Passbook to begin the next step in your journey.

What's included in your Program

French Riviera Housing

Available:

Semester
Summer

All CEA students studying in the French Riviera have the option of living in apartments while abroad. Generally located in historical Antibes, these apartments cater to the independent, do-it-yourself type students who want to experience La Côte d'Azur just as the locals do. Cook tasty French meals with your roommates in your kitchen, meet your new neighbors – local and international alike – and make your new French apartment a home.

Typical Commute

  • CEA Office in the French Riviera: 5-10 minutes by bus & walking
  • SKEMA: 25-30 minutes by bus
  • Centre International d’Antibes: 10-15 minutes by bus & walking

Meals Included

  • N/A

Roommates

  • 1-2 students per room
  • 2-5 students per apartment

Unit Amenities

  • Shared full kitchen
  • Shared-single sex or co-ed bathrooms
  • Partial bed linens included
  • Internet access
  • Washer only
  • Central Heating
Apartment Photo #1
Apartment Photo #2
Apartment Photo #3
Apartment Photo #4

Download Overview

Available:

Semester
Summer

Engage in the French Riviera’s vibrant culture firsthand when you live in a homestay with a French family. For the culture-seeking type whose study abroad goals include improving French language skills and cultural understanding, homestays provide the opportunity to dive headfirst into the daily lives of French Riviera locals. There is a limited number of homestays available, placement in a homestay cannot be guaranteed.

Typical Commute

  • CEA Office in the French Riviera: 5-10 minutes by bus & walking
  • SKEMA: 25-30 minutes by bus
  • Centre International d’Antibes: 10-15 minutes by bus & walking

Meals Included

  • 1 meal per day – Breakfast only (M-Sun)

Roommates

  • 2 students per room

 

    Unit Amenities

    • Shared full kitchen
    • Shared-co-ed bathroom
    • Bed linens included
    • Internet access
    • Washer only
    • Central Heating

    Additional Fees

    • Semester: $900 - $1,200
    • Summer: $500 - $1,000
    Homestay Photo #1
    Homestay Photo #2

    Download Overview

    While CEA highly recommends that you choose one of our French Riviera housing options provided, you also have the option to arrange independent housing. If your ideal housing scenario includes living in a particular neighborhood, having specific amenities or living with a specific person as your roommate, then independent housing could be just the ticket for you.

    Use the online housing application form to request permission for this option no later than the application closure date. If your request is approved, you will receive a rebate for your housing payment, however CEA will not provide you with any assistance setting up independent housing. Keep in mind, rebates are not granted to students who move out of their CEA housing or choose to pursue independent living arrangements after the application closure date.

    Typical Commute

    • N/A

    Meals Included

    • N/A

    Roommates

    • N/A

    Unit Amenities

    • N/A

    What's included in your Program'

    Institutions

    SKEMA Business School
    SKEMA Business School

    SKEMA (School of Knowledge and Management.) is one of Europe’s most respected schools of business and management and offers a range of undergraduate and master’s level degrees. CEA students study at the international SKEMA Bachelors program, which offers not only Business and Management courses but also courses in Engineering, Science, Finance, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Business Administration, Global Business Development, Event Management, E-Business, Marine Biology, Environmental Science, Sustainable Development & Environmental Management and Product Innovation Management.

    Students live in the coastal town of Antibes and study in Sophia Antipolis. The Sophia Antipolis science park, where SKEMA is located, was created in 1969 as Europe’s version of Silicon Valley and is situated in woodlands about 10 km from Antibes. The direct Antibes - SKEMA express bus takes about 20-25 minutes and CEA students will be commuting with other SKEMA students and employees of high-tech firms who have offices in Sophia Antipolis. The area is home to higher education institutions and industries such as research, health sciences, chemistry, biotechnology, geo sciences, computer science, electronics, networks, and communication. Many global companies maintain a presence here and SKEMA is surrounded by a dynamic, professional environment.

    Students quickly feel at home at the small, self-contained campus which promotes sociability and interaction. An active student union organizes many events, activities, and trips (such as integration days, concerts, skiing, sailing and more). There are about 400 undergraduate students on campus and 200 more on transfer placement abroad. Most students are French, but many come from the U.S., UK, Australia, Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia on exchange programs, making SKEMA Bachelors a truly international program.

    At the SKEMA Bachelors program, you will have an international educational experience in a multilingual and multicultural environment where courses are taught by professors of more than 30 nationalities. Each semester’s course schedule is tailor-made to meet your individual needs, with a choice of core and elective courses. Courses are taught in English. Students also have the opportunity to take French language courses at beginners, intermediate and advance levels, so that they may become proficient in speaking, reading and writing French, however, French language courses are not mandatory. Frequent social interaction with Francophile students ensures rapid skill acquisition. All SKEMA professors and administrative staff speak French and English.

    SKEMA puts a heavy emphasis on academic responsibility and independence. Instructors expect students to be active listeners and participate in classroom discussions. Students adhere to attendance policies and school rules. Attendance in classes, midterms and finals is mandatory and monitored by professors.

    Accreditation

    SKEMA (School of Knowledge and Management) is a private university accredited by EQUIS, European Quality Improvement System, the leading international system of quality assessment, improvement, and accreditation of higher education institutions in management and business administration. SKEMA is also part of France’s Grande Ecole system and is recognized by the French Ministry of Education and the French Riviera Chamber of Commerce. SKEMA is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), joining a small circle of international schools with double accreditation. AACSB accreditation evaluates the excellence of an institution, and in particular the academic level of its faculty, the quality of its programs, the relevance of its strategy and the means to implement it.

    Grading

    Grade equivalences are as follows:

    Grade ECTS

    Grade SKEMA

    US letter equivalent

    Points per credit

    Note

    A

    A

    A

    4.00

    94 - 100

    B

    A

    A

    4.00

    90 - 93

    B

    A-

    A-

    3.67

    87 - 89

    B

    B+

    B+

    3.33

    85 - 86

    C

    B+

    B+

    3.33

    84

    C

    B

    B

    3.00

    80 - 83

    C

    B-

    B-

    2.67

    77 - 79

    D

    C+

    C+

    2.33

    74 - 76

    D

    C

    C

    2.00

    70 - 73

    D

    C-

    C-

    1.67

    67 - 69

    E

    D+

    D+

    1.33

    64 - 66

    E

    D

    D

    1.00

    59 - 63

    F

    F

    F

    0

    50 - 58

    FX

    F

    F

    0

    < 50

    WF

    WF

     

    0

    Course Abandon Unauthorized

    W

    W

     

     

    Course Abandon Authorized

    IN

    I

     

     

    Incomplete

    VA

    S

     

     

    Satisfactory

    NVA

    US

     

     

    Unsatisfactory

     

    Remarks:

    • Students at SKEMA are evaluated using a grading system similar to the one used at most U.S. institutions.
    • The grades D, D+, C- and equivalent validate courses, but under the condition “unsatisfactory.”
    • The grade I (incomplete) indicates that the final grade is not yet available, as the final examination or research project has not been achieved.
    • The grade W (course abandon authorized) does not have any bearing on the GPA.
    • The grade WF (course abandon unauthorized) is equivalent to a “zero” and diminishes the value of the GPA.
    • Professors include evaluations of written tests and assignments as part of their final grade compilation.

    Please note that students’ home universities determine the final credit and grade evaluation.

    Classroom and Information

    • French and international faculty teach your core, elective and language courses.
    • You will attend class with French and international students from around the world.
    • Be prepared to adapt to different classroom structures and coursework expectations. Periodic examinations, homework assignments and final exams will be administered.
    • Grades are typically based on two mid-terms and a final exam. Some courses also require completion of presentations or group projects.
    • Expect direct honesty in grading, with no grade inflation. No extra assignments are given to improve grades.
    • Little homework or assignments are given, students are expected to absorb and study materials continually without being prompted. Cramming does not work.
    • Attendance in classes is mandatory and will be monitored by each professor.
    • A 3 credit course typically takes place once a week in one 3 hour session with a break of 15 minutes after 1.5 hours. 4 credit courses might be split into a 3 hour and a 1.5 hour session over two days.
    • Class rescheduling happens frequently in France and cancelled courses are rescheduled.
    • As full time student you are expected to be available from Monday to Friday. Students check their online class schedules on a daily basis.
    • Midterms, finals and rescheduled classes will often take place on different days from the normal schedule
    • Class size ranges from 5 to 45 students (the latter often in a lecture hall).

    Amenities
    • Student Offices
    • Clubs & Organizations
    • Student Center
    • Student Lounge
    • Study Room
    • University Library
    • Computers
    • Printing Facilities
    • Student ID
    • Multi-Media
    • Internet Access & Wi-Fi
    • Career Services
    • Academic Advising
    • Tutoring
    • Language Exchange with Local Students
    • Fitness Facilities
    • Student Sports Teams
    • Cultural Engagement
    • Dining Facilities
    Centre International d’Antibes
    Centre International d’Antibes

    Founded in 1985, the Centre International d'Antibes (CIA) welcomes more than 5,000 students every year for French instruction at all levels, from beginning to advanced. CIA is a recipient of the French Ministry of Education’s "Quality Award for French as a Foreign Language," awarded for the quality of its teaching, facilities, and services. CIA is a preparatory center for the Diplôme d'Etudes en Langue Française (DELF) certificate, an internationally recognized certification administered by the French Ministry of National Education.

    The CIA is located in "Le Château", a Provençal mansion surrounded by flowered gardens and palm trees near Antibes Old Town and beaches. Enjoy panoramic views of Nice, Monaco, and the Italian Riviera from school’s patio. CIA offers 17 classrooms, including four outdoor classrooms, with well-equipped facilities and up-to-date audiovisual equipment.

    Accreditation

    The Centre International d’Antibes (CIA) is a private institution of higher education, fully accredited by the French Ministry of Education.

    Grading

    The French grading system is based on a scale of 20, as opposed to 100 in the U.S. system. It would be inaccurate to merely multiply a French grade by a factor of five to find its U.S. equivalent. Grades in France are awarded on a scale of 1-20, but the tradition is such that grades higher than 16 are seldom awarded. The passing grade for a single subject is usually 10/20, although grades of 8 and 9 may indicate satisfactory performance. Grading in France is severe and can vary from one institution to another, and from one course to another.

    The Franco-American Commission for Educational Exchange recommends the following comparison of grades:

    French Number Grade

    US Letter Equivalent

    14-20

    A

    12-13.9

    B+

    11-11.9

    B

    10.5-10.9

    B-

    10.1-10.4

    C+

    10

    C

    9-9.9

    C-

    8-8.9

    D

    0-7.9

    F

    French diplomas may include one of the following five “mentions”:

    Très Bien

    Outstanding

    A

    Bien

    Very Good

    A to B+

    Assez Bien

    Good

    B to B-

    Passable

    Passing

    Passing

    Ajourné

    Failing

    D to F


    Classroom and Information

    • Language and elective courses are taught by international faculty at the Centre International d’Antibes.
    • Periodic exams, homework assignments, and final exams will be administered.
    • Attendance of classes is mandatory and monitored by each professor.
    • Class size ranges from eight to 12 students, allowing for personalized attention.
    • You’ll take classes with other international students of equivalent language level, not with French students.
    • The French style of teaching differs from that in the U.S. Be prepared to adapt to different classroom structures and coursework expectations.

    Amenities
    • Student Offices
    • Clubs & Organizations
    • Study Area
    • CEA Academic Resources
    • Internet Access & Wi-Fi
    • Language Learning Services
    Say Hi

    Hear from France students

    Packing for the French Riviera and Weekend Travel in Europe | Madison Rettew | December 02, 2019

    December 02, 2019

    Packing for the French Riviera and Weekend Travel in Europe

    Madison Rettew

    Getting Acquainted with the Trendy Coffee Culture in Aix: A Cafe Guide | Parker Ornellas | November 26, 2019

    November 26, 2019

    Getting Acquainted with the Trendy Coffee Culture in Aix: A Cafe Guide

    Parker Ornellas

    Studying Abroad as a Pre-Med Student | CEA MOJO | November 07, 2019

    November 07, 2019

    Studying Abroad as a Pre-Med Student

    CEA MOJO

    My Journey: Studying Abroad as a First-Generation College Student | Olivia Gutierrez Padron | November 06, 2019

    November 06, 2019

    My Journey: Studying Abroad as a First-Generation College Student

    Olivia Gutierrez Padron

    Say Hi

    French Riviera Staff

    Kristin Kerr

    Kristin Kerr

    Program Director