Paris Management Internship Program

Spring semester option only

Boston University, in conjunction with Université de Paris IX-Dauphine, offers a semester Paris Management Internship Program. The program consists of three courses taken at Dauphine plus an academic internship. For more detailed info, see Questrom Paris Information Sheet

Track 1 is designed for students with no previous French language or who have completed through fourth- or fifth-semester French. Students must enroll in one French language course and two courses in English (Management or Liberal Arts courses). The internship placement and all internship course requirements will be conducted in English.  For students who have completed 4 to 5 semesters of French, the internship placement and course will be conducted in French.

Track II is designed for more advanced students who have completed through six or more semesters of college-level French. Track II includes the internship course, a course about France or Europe, and two elective courses. The internship placement and course will be conducted in French. Students must take at least one of their elective courses in French.

Academic Guide for BU-Dauphine Program (updated Oct. 21, 2016)

BU-Dauphine orientation schedule Spring 2017 (subject to changes)

BU-Dauphine Semester calendar 2017 (subject to changes)

Academic Policies for Students Directly Enrolling in One or More Courses at a Foreign University

Grade Conversion sheet (November 2016)

Methodology: A few hints about how to approach French courses – Powerpoint

Dauphine Useful Documents and Links

Dauphine Fact Sheet 2016-2017

Dauphine Courses in English (2016-2017 catalog)

Dauphine Courses in English (Spring 2017 – link)

Dauphine Courses in French (Spring 2017 – link)

Dauphine FLE Courses  (Spring 2017- link – “FLE”: French as a Foreign Language)

Dauphine Guide for Exchange Students in French (2016-2017 – link)

Internship Documents

Internship Course Syllabus (may be subject to change)

Internship Course E-portfolio (example – for info only – log in with your BU username and password)