Academic study abroad programs

Studying abroad is something that many of you consider. Adding an international dimension to a résumé is a great accomplishment both professionally and personally. With an open-mind and a positive attitude, you will win every time!
All of our partner schools offer an ideal setting for learning the language and for acquiring a solid linguistic competency.

The best language study holiday, or at least the only one that guarantees you will master the language or even become bilingual, is to study English, German, Spanish or any other language for a semester or a year, immersed in the country where the language is spoken.
By living in immersion for a semester or a year in England, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Spain or elsewhere, you will have the opportunity to experience a linguistic bath that will allow you to really get to know the language and culture of the country.
More than just a language stay that will enable you to become bilingual, spending a semester or a year abroad is a life experience: you'll meet young people from all over the world who, like you, have come to study, do an internship, prepare for an exam or a language test such as IELTS, TOEFL or GMAT to prepare for university entrance.

Living and studying abroad is a unique experience for young people.
It is a great opportunity to develop open-mindedness and maturity.
A secondary school year abroad is also an opportunity to discover new teaching methods and a different approach to schooling.
Secondary education abroad is usually for students aged between 12 and 18.
This type of programme requires a lot of preparation on the part of the participants before departure and it is important to make sure that they are ready to participate in order to overcome the initial effects of culture shock.
Studying abroad in a high school is possible in most countries, but the most popular destinations are the United States, Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

This program is perfect for students who want to study at a university abroad. Certain programs are available to students with a less advanced language level.
Access to these programs depends on your intial language level as you must have a high enough language level to attend courses at the university. Admission depends on your language test scores. Universities may have different expectations of the score necessary for admission.
If you have a Baccalauréat, an undergraduate degree, or a Masters degree, this program will be a perfect way to both put your degree to good use and continue your education.
The premaster's courses will prepare you in order to earn a Masters degree, which is a very important qualification in the Anglophone world.