Paris, France

MICEFA is a consortium of most of the Universities of Paris and its region. It was created in 1985 to promote cultural and scientific cooperation between France and Anglophone North America.

UNB students have access to universities in Paris through MICEFA.

Website URL: http://micefa.org/
Accommodations: http://micefa.org/?page_id=358
Cost: Low http://micefa.org/?page_id=1108
External Funding Available: Yes
Availability: 4
Academic Dates:

Semester 1: September - January
Semester 2: January - June


Course Timetable: Course catalog
Program Type: Exchange , Summer school , Language school
Language: French
Available Subjects: aboriginal studies , anthropology , archeology , biology , business and entrepreneurship , chemistry , computer science , education , environmental studies , economics , forestry , gender studies , geodesy and geomatics engineering , geology , health sciences , history , hospitality and tourism , information and communication studies , international development studies , kinesiology and sports sciences , law , linguistics , mathematics , media and film , music , nursing , philosophy , physics , political science , psychology , sociology , statistics , world literature and culture studies , leadership , engineering - chemical , engineering - civil , engineering - computer , engineering - mechanical
Travel Information: http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/France
Practical Information: Fact sheet
Visa Requirements: http://micefa.org/?page_id=1108
Summer School Information: http://micefa.org/?page_id=632
Additional Information:

External funding may be available:

  • French Embassy– AUCC Travel Grant valued at $1500 CAD.
  • Scholarships France-Acadie cover round trip airfare to France, tuition in France, French student social security, stipend for living expenses and books, deadline May 18. Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident residing in NB, PEI, NFL, NS for a minimum of 5 years. Must have completed 3 years of university studies at the time of departure.
  • Francophone students in a minority setting (any location): http://www.fondationricard.com/demande.html.
    • Note: Must already have an undergraduate degree.