Northern Illinois University Launches Partnership With French University
New 12-month program allows students to study in Chicago and Bordeaux
The majority of the new 12-month program will take place at NIU's Chicago area campus, but students will also have two three-week long travel opportunities to study in France under professors at the Bordeaux School of Management.
The program is aimed at younger students (the average age is expected to be about 25;) and about 20% of the enrollment will be French students, allowing for a diverse, international learning environment.
Classes will meet five times a week, during the day.
For more information, please visit NIU's website.
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