Reims Campus

Reims campus

Located 45 minutes by high-speed rail from Paris, Reims is a Gallo-Roman city and the capital of the Champagne-Ardenne region, world-renowned for its production of champagne. The Reims campus is located in a renovated former Jesuit college. It offers an exceptional study setting combining a historical legacy and modern facilities. This campus hosts undergraduate students enrolled in the Europe-North America and the Europe-Africa undergraduate programs.

North America Minor

• Focus on relations between Europe and North America

• Program taught in English with intensive French language study

• Additional foreign language study in Arabic, German, Italian, or Spanish

Students taking this English-language program explore North American affairs and transatlantic relations, with a comparative approach analyzing political institutions, history, law, economics, sociology, and the humanities.

Africa Minor

• Focus on Africa and European-African relations

• Bilingual French-English program (French fluency required)

• Additional foreign language study in Arabic, Portuguese, or Swahili

Within a principally French-language program, and from an interdisciplinary perspective, students taking this minor study the history of the African continent, as well as its political, demographic, environmental, technological, economic, and urban issues.