Sweet Briar College Programs
Sweet Briar College Junior Year in France
Sacré-Cœur Basilica – Paris, FranceSweet Briar offers an intensive summer program in Paris, France — the City of Lights. The four-week home-stay program entails intensive study in the Sweet Briar College Center at the Alliance française in the Latin Quarter. Excursions to the neighboring cities of Versailles and Tours, in addition to guided tours of castles in the Loire Valley, the Luxembourg gardens, the Louvre, the Orsay museum, and other famous Paris monuments, are included in the fee. Students who successfully complete the program receive four hours (two courses) or six hours (three courses) of Sweet Briar College credit. Open to college students who have completed an intermediate level of college French with a 2.75 GPA, and the recommendation of the instructor. For more information, contact the Junior Year in France office.
Sweet Briar College Junior Year in Spain
Mudejar Pavillion – Seville, SpainSweet Briar offers the opportunity to study Intermediate Spanish in one of Spain’s most beautiful cities, Seville. The five-week home-stay is open to college students who have completed the beginning level of Spanish (or equivalent) and entails intensive study in the Sweet Briar College Center in the historic district of Seville. Excursions to the neighboring cities of Granada, Córdoba, and Chiclana, in addition to guided tours of Seville’s Cathedral, Giralda, and Alcázar are included in the price. Students who successfully complete the program receive six hours of Sweet Briar College credit. Minimum requirements are a 2.75 GPA in beginning Spanish and the recommendation of the instructor. For more information, contact the Junior Year in Spain office.
Affiliated Study Abroad Programs
Virginia Summer Program at Oxford
Radcliffe Camera – Oxford, EnglandSweet Briar is one of five Virginia colleges sending a select group of students to St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, England for summer study. The program follows the English system, combining lectures and weekly tutorials conducted by the Oxford dons. The literature, history, and society of late 16th-and early 17th-century England is the central theme of both lectures and tutorials. The program is designed for rising seniors and juniors, though exceptionally qualified rising sophomores may be considered. All applicants are strongly urged to take background courses in English history and literature before applying. Applications are due March 1. For more information, contact Professor Tony Lilly at [email protected].