Bachelor Summer Program
2015 Online application is now closed
- What is the Bachelor Summer Program?
The Bachelor Summer Program gives you the opportunity to study at UJF, obtain credits for your home university and meet students from all over the word! It is also open to French UJF students with whom you will interact daily.
This 6 week program offers scientific courses taught in English and a French language and culture module. You may choose among two scientific topics (physical computing, large scale facilities). Each of them is made up of lessons, tutorials, practical work and scientific visits.
You will discover different aspects of French life through cultural excursions within the city and in its beautiful surroundings.
- When does the Summer Session take place in 2015?
From June 1 to July 10, 2015
- Who is it for?
It is designed for English speaking undergraduate students from 2nd to 4th year. A good level in science is required, with different prerequisites for each course. Beginners in French as well as more advanced ones are welcome.
- Provisional calendar
January: announcement of the scientific courses available, associated fees, online application opening
March 26: deadline for application
April: final acceptance
- Scientific courses
60 hr courses, 2 different topics:
- Physical Computing
- Large Scale Facilities
Syllabii are available in attached documents below ("Fichiers joints").
A 60 hr course in Biochemistry may also be available for some US students. Enrollment is possible via our partner University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For further information, click on their Study Abroad website
- French courses
45 hr courses and cultural visits
You will share a studio (22 m2) with another BSP student in a student residence for an approximate cost of 300-350€.
You will have access to an indoor pool, a tennis court and fitness facilities.
- Program costs
500€ for partner universities.
800€ for non-partner universities.
These fees do not include accommodation, food and travel costs.
BSP 2013 BSP 2014
“I enjoyed my 6 weeks as much that I wish to be back to that place for my furthered studies and for living some more years my life”.
“We were given many opportunities to get in touch with very interesting and special people and facilities”.