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Paris : Reviews (Paris)

The following program review responses have been selected for publication by Education Abroad
Program Evaluation
Aya A Badr, Spring 2016 Participant
The professors at Sciences Po are extremely intelligent, insightful and provoke thought/ discussion. The students there enjoy learning and are globally aware and politically involved.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
Recently Sciences Po was ranked 4th in political science and international relations IN THE WORLD. I definitely felt a challenge in my course load (though I only took four classes, three of them were taught in French) and I got to learn the structure of the French education system.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
I had the liberty to travel around both France and Europe/Asia and because Paris is a very important city, it was easy to travel from Paris to almost anywhere.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
I rented a flat that was about 9 meters squared. It was in an antique apartment and even though it was quite expensive, I had no problems with it.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
Through Sciences Po I got to meet some local Parisians and it gave me the opportunity to not only learn about their culture but also practice my French with them.

 

Aya A Badr, Spring 2016 Participant
The Welcome Program was helpful- I strongly recommend it. It gets you accustomed to Paris as well as gives you an opportunity to meet fellow exchange students.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
I found no problems with the management of this university.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
We had to fill out professor evaluations for each class we had so we were able to give our feedback. Moreover, at the end of the semester some of my professors asked students for personal feedback regarding content of the course and its organization.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
Tuition was alright but the two things that were very expensive were the food and housing.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
I expected a lot and that is exactly what I got out of it.

 

Fall 2016 Participant
It was a fantastic and unforgettable experience.

 

Fall 2016 Participant
None whatsoever. Materials were pertinent and delivered in timely fashion. Continue on with the great work.

 

Aya A Badr, Spring 2016 Participant
do the Welcome Program! Take advantage of your "buddy" and get to know the French students. Definitely travel, but make sure to see everything there is to see in your host city/ learn it on an intimate level.

 

Fall 2016 Participant
The ability to study at one of the premier academic institutions in the world for political science and international affairs through UGA is an incredible opportunity that students should definitively take advantage of. It is run by a great group of hardworking and easily accessible advisors.

 

Aya A Badr, Spring 2016 Participant
Anyone can travel, but only few have the opportunity to live abroad. Learning your host city on an intimate level and making it your home is an adventure well-worth experiencing.

 

Matthew Garces, Spring 2016 Participant
"Study abroad... Why not??"