How to choose a program

January 2009
France Today;Jan2009, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p39
The article offers suggestions on how to choose a study program in France. According to Gilles Guéguin, direcotr of CIEL de Brest based in Brittany, the choice of a program will depend on the objectives of the student, for example, fluency in the language or writing competency or cooking skills. The author also suggests taking into account how much money one will spend and how much time to stay in France.


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