Collaborations and Exchange Programs Opportunities in Science and the Humanities between France and the USA

Have you always dreamt about working with French top-notch researchers or going to study in France ? Here is your chance ! The Office for Science and Technology and the Cultural Services’ Education Department of the Consulate General of France in Los Angeles present:

Collaborations and Exchange Programs Opportunities in Science and the Humanities between France and the USA

  • Where: Irani Hall – RRI 101, University of Southern California
  • When: Tuesday, 29 November 2016, 1.30-3.30 PM

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Greeting from Overseas Studies!

The Office of Overseas Studies will have an Open House on Friday, November 18th from 10am-5pm. Come and meet the Overseas Studies staff and get more information about studying abroad. Our Student Ambassadors and alumni will be available to help answer questions.

What are your options to go abroad?
How do you pay for study abroad? Will my financial aid carry over?
How do I plan for a semester abroad? What are the steps to apply?

These are just some of the questions that students ask. We welcome all questions and look forward to meeting you.  We will have snacks and drinks.

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Please let us know if you have any questions and we look forward to seeing you soon!

The Overseas Studies Team

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