SFU scholar studying in France
LORETTO — Olivia Marshall of Patton, a student at Saint Francis University, is among 16 students who, on Sept. 12, departed from the United States to travel to Ambialet, France, for a semester of studying abroad.
While residing in this small town, students will have an experience of a lifetime.
Students will take classes in French, fine arts and religious studies.
These three classes make up the core academic program in Ambialet.
During the fall semester, students travel on many day trips to near-by towns such as Albi and Toulouse.
Along with these day trips, the students will also take extended trips to Barcelona, Paris, and for the first time this semester, Amsterdam.
In these larger cities, the students will get to experience different cultures by visiting different museums and historical buildings.
Rachel Wagner will be accompanying the students abroad and offering an Introductory Physics class.