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UNIVERSITY OF LAVAL | QUEBEC, CANADA
Program Term: Summer
The university traces its origins back to 1663, when Monseigneur Francois de Laval, the first bishop of New France, founded the Seminaire de Quebec with the authorization of the King of France, Louis XIV. As Canada’s first university, Université Laval was the first institution in North America to offer higher education in French, and is a top research institution. Quebec is a unique city with its mix of both French and English language and culture.
The summer program includes two 3 credit hour classes for a total of 6 credit hours. The class is called StartupFuze, and focuses on empowering students to effectively design and launch business innovations based on the "design thinking" methodology. Classes are set up to have guest speakers from a variety of businesses.
ACADEMIC CALENDARSummer Session: end of May - end of June
- This program is available to students with a major or minor in the College of Business
- minimum GPA of 2.8
- at least 60 credit hours completed
- French proficiency
- Additionally, students must have taken classes at Kent State University for at least one semester before applying, i.e. students must have a Kent State GPA.
Students will stay in the university's dormitories. 30 meal coupons for the university cafeteria are included in the housing package.
COSTS & TUITION
Students pay Kent State University tuition (Resident or Non-Resident) for 6 credit hours. Students will also pay a program fee to Laval by the end of April. Laval's program fee includes: accommodation, 30 meal coupons, transportation to activities, a weekend trip, welcome and goodbye receptions, health insurance, and rec center admission. Students are responsible for their own flight costs, as well as for any costs not covered in the program fee.Total estimated costs can be found in the Budget Sheet at the top of this page.
FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
Financial aid and scholarships are applicable toward this program!
View a complete listing of available scholarships.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR:Rachael Mundie
Education Abroad Advisor | Office of Global Education
firstname.lastname@example.org | 330-672-7981
College of Business International Programs Office
email@example.com | 330-672-1280