The campus resides in the 3rd district of Paris, in the Marais. The central location makes it easy for students to enjoy the many wonders of Paris around their studies; sit in a café; read in a park; visit a museum or monument; picnic on the Seine; or just enjoy walking the cobblestoned streets of a city more than 2,000 years old.
The Paris campus, with classrooms, a computer lab with Internet access, a language lab, a library, administrative offices, a student lounge, and a kitchen, is located at 9 rue Sainte-Anastase in the Marais, just minutes from cafes, bookstores, restaurants, boutiques, the oldest synagogues in Paris, and Place des Vosges. In addition, the area is thriving with a rich community of arts and culture. Art galleries and museums abound, such as the Picasso Museum, Center Pompidou, and the Hotel Carnavalet. The neighborhood is also renown for its many cultural events; seasonally there are exhibits, expositions, festivals, and fairs. There is always something to see and do.
In the center of Europe, Paris offers a unique international learning experience. Not only is it a cosmopolitan city with global influences, but just a short train or plane flight from Paris puts one in a new country, with new cuisine, languages, traditions, and cultural identities. Paris therefore offers an excellent jump-off point for experiencing the rest of Europe and expanding one’s multicultural perspectives. Around France there are many regions to discover and explore as well, from castles in the Loire Valley to the UNESCO world heritages site, the Pyrenees Mountains.
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Next break: December 20 - January 6, 2014
Special visit and workshops at Bibliothèque nationale de France for TCF's students.