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SELF (Study in English, Lyon, France)

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Nature :
Formation diplômante
Diplôme d'établissement homologué
Lieu d'enseignement :
Lyon
Niveau de recrutement :
Bac + 2
Durée de la formation :
1 semestre (premier ou deuxième)
Accessible en :
Formation initiale

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Présentation de la formation

Objectifs

Study in English in Lyon, France (SELF)
Objectives of the program :
The SELF program is designed to encourage significant improvement in the student's level of proficiency in the French language, possible fulfilment of home university curriculum requirements and subsequent credit transfer.

Most of the courses are designed from a European or French perspective and emphasis is placed upon international comparison.
Students should be motivated by the international experience of studying in France, even if they do not master the French language. The program is thus open to all university undergraduates.

Spécificités

The SELF program is a semester program

- Fall semester 2014/2015: 3 September to 13 December
Arrival date: 1 September
in order to do all the necessary paperwork

Semester break:
26 October to 02 November

Exam period:
24 November to 12 December evening

-
Spring semester 2014/2015: 7 January to 24 April 2015

Semester break: 28 February to 08 March



Contrôle des connaissances

Assessment:
At least 2 marks (see syllabi for details)

Period of exams:
Fall semester 2014/2015: 24 November to 12 December (evening) 2014

Transcript of records
Will be available online at the end of January/mid-June

Modalités d'accès

Conditions d'admission

Admission criteria:
The SELF program is available to students (exchange/non-exchange) who fulfil the following requirements:

Academic background:
Students should have completed a minimum of two years of university studies ; the academic level of SELF corresponds to upper-division undergraduate level

Level of French:
- The SELF program is designed for students with a basic French level (<A2)
- The SELF is a semester program so students willing to study one full year should reach a minimum level equivalent to DELF A2 at the start of their DEUF semester to successfully carry on their studies in French the following semester.
Beginners or students with a low level of French are expected to study one semester only.

Level of English:
For students enrolled in a university of a country where English is not the official language:
- TOEFL IBT:  overall score of 80 or higher with 20 at least for each section – only the official test will accepted (the local institutional version is not adequate)
- IELTS: overall score of 6,5 and 6 minimum at each section
- TOEIC including speaking, writing, listening and reading test: overall score of 740
- Cambridge Advanced: A/B
- Cambridge Proficiency: C minimum

Conditions d'inscription

Enrolment fees:
- Exchange students are exempt from enrolment fees

- Non-exchange students: 3,000 euros in 2014/2015 for one semester. They include access to many university facilities and services:
- Libraries and computer rooms
- A wide range of cultural, leisure and entertainment activities 

Additional fees: Social security (if applicable) : Euros 213
Sports: Euros 36

Application deadlines for fee-paying students: 15 October for the spring semester.
and 15May for the fall semsester.

Application form for the spring semester available now.

Contenu des enseignements

Students can select up to 4 courses on top of French and Civilization

Please note that:
  • The number of students in SELF classes is limited
  • A minimum of 15 students is required to open a course
  • The SELF classes take place on the "Manufacture Campus" (6 cours Albert Thomas)

Each subject represents 30 contact hours (FLE 60 hours on the whole - around15 hours taught during the integration period) and 6 credits
The civilization class represents 20 hours and 2 credits
Number of credits : 32 for the full program


The SELF program includes:

Course offer  over the following weeks for 2014/2015 :
(Please note that it can be subject to changes)

1st semester: fall semester & 2nd semester: spring semester

- French as a Foreign Language (FLE) - Compulsory for all SELF students
- Introduction to French Culture and Civilization - Compulsory for all SELF students

- BUSINESS & BUSINESS CULTURE:
Cross Cultural Management
Deciphering the French Model of Capitalism (first semester only)
Digital Marketing (first semester only)
Aspects of Doing Business in Europe
European Marketing (first semester - second semester tbc)
European Economics  (first semester only)
Human Resource Management
International Finance
Responsible Marketing: Surfing the green wave (first semester only)


- LAW & POLITICAL SCIENCE:
Comparative Constitutional Law (1st semester only)
Comparative Legal Traditions (2nd semester only)
Concepts of Law in European Union
European Business Law
European Union : Integration and External Perspectives
Introduction to French Law (2nd semester only)
Introduction to Human Rights  Law (1st semester only)
Introduction to Public International Law and the Practice of International Organizations
 (1st semester only)

- HUMANITIES:
Tocqueville and Democracy in the Internet Age (2nd semester only)
Comparative Literature and Post-Colonialism (1st semester only)
Contemporary Indian Society
French Environmentalism
French History in Film (1st semester only)
Politics,Society and the Individual in 20th Century Literature (1st semester only)
Shakespeare and the Supernatural (2nd semester only)
The history of "Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité" (1789-2014) (1st semester only)

Course selection: an email will be sent to each SELF student at the beginning of November/end of May.

SELF Provisional timetable (regular courses) for the fall semester 2014/2015

!Please check your emails regularly and follow carefully the instructions!

There will be an add & drop period in September/January
Add & drop period for fall semester 2014/2015: 15 September to 26 September

Débouchés

Compétence(s) visée(s)

 

Poursuites d'études

 

Débouchés professionnels

 

Partenariats

Langues d'enseignement

English

Contacts

Statistiques

 

Renseignements pratiques :

Service Général des Relations Internationales
Manufacture des Tabacs
6 Cours Albert Thomas BP8242
69355 Lyon Cedex 08

Tél. : (33) 4 78 78 73 93
Fax : (33) 4 78 78 77 65

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Mise à jour : 11 septembre 2014