Gain real-world experience in early
childhood education this summer!
* Below is a course from our Summer
2013 intersession. Look out for Summer 2014 programs to be
Make Paris your classroom this summer, as both a student and a
teacher! As part of this dynamic program students will be
exposed to the cultural atmosphere surrounding education in France,
including participation in interactive seminars, workshops, field
visits as well as other networking opportunities throughout the
In pairing historical and current perspectives of early
childhood education with hands- on experience in
the city of Paris, this summer program will have you
exploring your own teaching techniques in a new culture. While in
Paris, also visit various early childhood education sites and learn
from the educators, teachers and parents in France, all while
earning credit towards your degree.
- EDU 7006 – International Perspectives in Education
The study of educational philosophy, culture, policy and practices
in early childhood, childhood and adolescent settings abroad.
Dates: June 22 – 29, 2013
Professor: Smita Guha, Ph.D
- Option 1: Paris On-Campus Housing
- Program Fee: $1,590 (Tuition and airfare NOT
- Option 2: Local Holiday Inn; Based on double
- Program Fee: $2,490 (Tuition and airfare NOT
- Option 3: Local Holiday Inn; Based on single
- Program Fee: $3,390 (Tuition and airfare NOT
*Please note: Tuition and airfare are not
included the program fee. Please check the
tuition based on your school and how many credits you choose to
enroll in while abroad.
Meals: 2 group meals (including a welcome
lunch and a farewell dinner); breakfast served daily
- Application Deadline: April 22, 2013*
*The France: Education program is
accepting applications on a rolling basis. APPLY NOW!!
- Deposit Deadline: May 13, 2013
***Please also note that, at this time, graduate students are
unable to apply through the St. John's UIS system. Graduate
students must submit a completed paper application
and an approved course option form to the Office of Global Studies . Be sure to have
the course option signed by your dean or academic advisor to ensure
that you will receive credit toward your course of study.