Goals
Goals

Goals

Do you want to study the art market and culture in France? Or maybe you are wondering how to study abroad in France. 

This program allows internal students to study French in France for a year. Additionally, it prepares non-native French-speaking students to join one of the various courses offered by IESA Arts & Culture by combining the expertise of teaching French as a Foreign Language (FLE) at the Sorbonne with that of IESA Arts & Culture in the art market and cultural sectors. This course was created in partnership with La Sorbonne, a centuries-old university renowned for its arts and humanities programs.

This program is aimed at students looking to further their education in the field of arts and culture (Bachelor or Master programs of the IESA arts & culture, school of fine arts, school of fashion or design, school of architecture, etc.). 

Skills
Skills

Skills

The French language and civilization program provides international students with a working knowledge of the French language and the methodological, historical, stylistic, technical and professional bases necessary for enrolling in one of IESA Arts & Culture’s programs. 

How to apply?
How to apply?

How to apply?

A minimum level of B1 in French is required (TCF or TEF) for non-native French-speaking candidates.