Studying in Talloires
The academic programs at the Tufts European Center in Talloires
provide students with a unique opportunity to gain a wide range of
academic and personal skills. Courses are designed to take advantage
of the local region in order to enhance classroom learning. Students
live throughout the greater Annecy area with host families, which
provides them the opportunity to experience local cuisine, customs,
and family life firsthand. We hope you will join us in Talloires!
We will begin accepting registrations and applications for Summer
2018 programs on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 9:00 am.
Registrations must be submitted to the Tufts European Center Office
at 108 Packard Avenue, Medford, MA 02155.
We currently offer three academic programs for university and high
Talloires: May 15 – June 29, 2018
Open to undergraduates at Tufts and other universities, Tufts in
Talloires offers university students the opportunity to spend six
weeks studying in the French Alps. Students select two
credit-bearing courses from a wide selection of Tufts undergraduate
offerings, most of which are taught in English. French is not
required to learn from Tufts’ esteemed faculty in this unique
setting. Students reside with local host families to experience
French daily life first hand.
Tufts in Annecy: July
July 28, 2018
College students and adults who want to improve their beginner or
intermediate French language skills will find Annecy, the "Venice of
France," an inspiring environment. Classes are taught at a French
language institute in Annecy by native French speakers who are
experts in developing speaking, listening, grammar, writing, and
reading skills. Residing with a French family facilitates language
acquisition and enhances the exploration of French customs and
culture. Tufts students will earn one full credit for a Tufts French
1, 2, 3, or 4 class.
Tufts Summit: July
1 – July
For rising high school juniors and seniors, a college-level course
on international relations is only part of an exploration into the
complexities of world cultures and global issues. French classes are
complemented by living with a local host family, and experiencing
French culture first hand. Extracurricular activities include
hiking, swimming and a variety of other outdoor activities.