Summer Program 2016 Cooking for Health in France: From Field to Plate
Summer Program 2016 COOKING FOR HEALTH.pdf
This summer school program is offered by our partner institution, LaSalle Beauvais, for food science, nutrition and other students interested in the culinary arts. Students will participate in an intensive, interdisciplinary program that combines culinary art, health sciences and professional practice while discovering French sustainable food production. You will gain practical, international experience in your field while earning college credits while experiencing French culture.
Beauvais is located in northern France, 50 miles to the north of Paris. The Picardy region, home of LaSalle Beauvais, is well known for its beautiful villages and its inspiring Gothic cathedrals. Known for its gastronomy, wines and cheeses, France is a large country of amazing geographical variety. You will meet people who are proud of their cultural heritage, their lovely countryside, and their quiet towns and fine restaurants.
Beauvais also has the benefit of the French public transportation system and can access many cities in Western Europe in a matter of hours.
Course Description_Cooking for Health-From Field to Plate_2016.pdf
The program is broken up into 5 academic areas, followed by the optional internship:
Week 1: French for Culinary Purposes
Weeks 2 and 3: Making French Bread and Fresh Dairy Products
Week 3: Food Systems
Week 4: Traditional Cuisines and Public Health: From Historic Concepts to Modern Message (Part 1)
Week 5: Traditional Cuisines and Public Health: From Historic Concepts to Modern Message (Part 2)
Weeks 6-10: LaSalle 4-week Internship program description.pdf
Students will be enrolled in 6 hours of credit in U of A Bumpers College during the summer semester. Additionally, students will be assessed a program fee for their participation (fee covers transport from the airport to/from LaSalle, accommodation and most meals during 5 week academic program, culinary platform fee, transportation to and from internship, internship administration fee, study abroad fee and international health insurance). Students are responsible for their round-trip airfare, local transportation, books, passport, room & board from June 18-21 for internship participants, and personal expenses. Click on the Budget sheet above for a full break-down of expected costs for the summer.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Financial aid and scholarships are available to U of A students. Bumpers College students should apply for Bumpers College Study Abroad Grants. Students receiving a Pell grant should look into the Gilman International Scholarship
. Honors students should apply for study abroad grants through the U of A Honors College
And all students should read through our scholarship page
for more funding opportunities and deadlines. Additionally, in most cases, you can also use your current scholarships and financial aid
to help finance your summer in France.
The International Office assists exchange students in finding suitable accommodation in the “Résidence du Bois” dorm, with most meals included, during the first 5 weeks and suitable accommodations in the in the program fee.
For assistance with academic expectations, course information, etc., contact:
Dr. Jean-Francois Meullenet
For assistance with applications, costs, travel arrangements, etc., contact:
U of A Study Abroad Program Manager and Exchange Coordinator