Two Spaces for SFYI Short-Term
Semester Just Opened
Jochum, Director Marketing/ Admissions
Southern France Youth Institute
877-997-7686 or 208-263-4974
March 7, 2006
Two spaces have just come available for Southern France Youth
Institute's short-term semester March 14 to June 9. Two of our
older students have petitioned to share an apartment in the village,
thus opening up space for two additional students to enroll.
This program allows students to complete a minimum of a full
semester of French and Art, as well as, one to two other core
academic courses. Students will arrive just in time to join the
group for an amazing two-week academic trip through Spain and
Morocco. In addition, they will participate in an exciting eight-day
trip to Italy at the end of the semester.
Each semester is packed with strong academics, incredible travel,
guest lecturers, and extracurricular activities. Our short-term
semester is no exception. We'll tour museums and galleries, visit
exciting cities, shop local markets, discover ancient arts, visit
local artisans, and learn firsthand the traditions of the French
wine harvest…our agenda is quite full!
For more information, please contact me at (877) 997-7680. I
will look forward to sharing more details about the program and
our nonstop adventures in Europe.
About Southern France:
The Southern France Youth Institute is an independent, co-educational
semester/Gap Year abroad program that provides students with a
unique opportunity to immerse themselves in Western European culture
and the French language while meeting the exciting challenges
of living in a foreign country.
Our program is designed for students, ages
16-20, to follow a traditional university or college preparatory
curriculum intertwined with extensive French language, art and
cultural immersion. Students have the option of attending our
school during their junior or senior year of high school, the
Gap Year in between secondary and university level schooling or
as an undergraduate student at the collegiate level.
Through our dynamic academic and travel-based
curriculum, students are engaged in the study of the peoples,
customs, architecture, cuisine and the arts of regions as diverse
as Morocco, Spain, France, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic
With a rolling enrollment process, Southern
France Youth Institute is currently accepting applications for
the Spring 2006, short-term session, as well as the Summer 2006,
Fall 2006 and Spring 2007 Semesters.