Summer Culture Program
This bilingual, cosmopolitan city steeped in history comes alive with creativity in the summer months. Festivals overlap and the city vibrates with a great diversity of cultural dimensions in music, art, dance, food and comedy. Home to four major universities, Montréal welcomes students from all over the world, offering a fun and unique international perspective.
Learn more about the Montreal Summer Experience:
- Academic Experience
- Summer Course Listing
- Application Deadline
- Program Dates
- Tuition & Fees
Champlain is offering a 5 week, six-credit summer experiences at our Montréal campus with a selection of courses that focus on cultural opportunities in the city. Rather than spending all your time in the classroom, spend it exploring, learning hands-on the historical and cultural dynamics that make Montréal unique.
- Conversational French (LAN 215) & French I (LAN110)
- Food Writing in Montreal (WRT 231)
- Canadian Culture through Film (FLM 280)
- Canadian Culture through Music (ART 330)
- LGBTQ Montreal (SWK 230)
- Introduction to Game Design for Non-Gamers (EGD 110 )**
*Please note that course availability may depend on having a sufficient number of students enrolled in the course.
** For Non-Game Majors: In Montreal, students will learn to develop simple games applied to their specific field of studies for communication and educational purposes. Visits and guest speakers will focus on positive impact games.
Champlain Abroad's admission process ensures that all students selected to study at our Montréal campus are capable of performing at the same high academic standards as students at the home campus in Burlington, Vermont. Students applying to the Champlain Abroad program must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75. Students on disciplinary probation or those with a serious disciplinary record will not be accepted.
- May 24 to June 30
- Arrival: May 24
- Mandatory Orientation: May 25-26
Please contact the Office of International education at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding costs. The cost includes: tuition, housing, health insurance, general activities fees*, personal support, as well as direction and instruction provided by the site's program director, operations manager, head resident, academic coordinator and academic faculty.