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Talloires Summit

Tufts’ campus in Talloires, France is the setting for a few different programs – for undergraduates as well as for high school students, alumni and adults.

The high school program, “Tufts Summit,” is designed for rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in international relations. For six weeks, the students live with a French host family, take a college-level international relations course, travel, spend time outdoors hiking and swimming, and experience French culture first hand.

The Tufts University European Center recently posted photos from this summer’s summit on their  Facebook page. Check out these photos and head to their Facebook page for the complete album:

Hikes with Bernard


Visit to Lyon


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Le Grand-est Voyage

Tufts junior Amy Norton blogs about her year abroad in Paris at “Le Grand-est Voyage of my Vie.”

Before Christmas, she blogged about how she was getting in the holiday spirit in France:

In the past week or so, I’ve been listening to practically non-stop Christmas music (thankyou thankyou WROR for broadcasting online). It has been so awesome to hear all the familiar songs, it makes me feel a little bit closer to home. That and the fact that today was the second Sunday of Advent, and just like last Sunday, I went to church at the American Church of Paris, which was soooo awesome. We sang familiar hymns, the sermon was really interesting, and everyone spoke in English!!! I might join the choir if I have time next semester, or at least try and join the Young Adult group to meet people and make friends.


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