“Principles of Biochemistry” is a course that will be taught in English, and will allow STEM students who thought that it may never be possible to study abroad to do so. Additionally, the French Language Prerequisite will be waived for winter quarter STEM students enrolling in this course. Exciting on-site internships related to STEM fields are offered year round as well, every quarter.
“International Design and Construction Project” is an incredible interdisciplinary project (“Puissance Trois”) that is now being offered where French and Stanford students, interested in design, engineering or marketing, all work in teams to come up with an innovative product which will change our environment.
Paris is one of those rare international hubs of political, economic, cultural and intellectual life that has fascinated the world for centuries. Students encounter French culture through classes taught in French by some of the country's most prominent professors, internships, French family life and other activities that make use of the rich academic resources Paris has to offer.