Individualized programs of study appropriate for a broad range of majors and disciplines
Intensive French language training to provide the tools necessary to take courses at a French university
Directly enroll to study at Paris I, Paris IV, Paris VII, and Sciences Po and/or take program courses taught in French which take advantage of the local environment and resources
Joint seminars offered in cooperation with French university partners that allow program and French students to study and research contemporary issues together
Directed research under the supervision of a French scholar
Selected courses and lab research for qualified science and engineering students and studio courses for qualified visual and fine arts students
Advisers and program tutors providing academic support and guidance
Integration of the historical and cultural resources of Paris into the curriculum through excursions, field trips, workshops, internships, and guest lectures
Housing in French households, dorms, and single apartments
Please use the side bar to the left for the most up to date information about this program including requirements, deadlines, the academic calendar and more detailed information about the Paris experience!
Applications for this program are generally available by the second week of December and are due in early March.
The online application includes the following:
Columbia in Paris Program Supplemental Questionnaire
Study Abroad Approval Form
Application Fee, if applicable
If the button indicates that the program is not currently accepting applications, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, school, Reid Hall, and term of interest. We will notify you as soon as the application is available.
Columbia Dates & Deadlines:
App Deadline/Columbia Clearance Deadline
Decision Date & Deadline Note
NOTE: NOTE: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in September. The final deadline for complete applications is October 1. Decisions for applications submitted before October 1 will usually occur within a week of the complete submission being received.