France is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their excellent results-oriented higher education learning. Most of the courses at universities are offered in the French language. France has 60 public and 100 private universities.
In this course, students will better understand the complex relationships between food chain, dietary habits, and human health as a consumer and public health issue. Cour
Spring semester in Nutritional Sciences
Students will better understand the complex relationships between food chain, dietary habits, and human health as a consumer and public health issue. Coursework includes human physiology, nutrition, nutrigenomics and epidemiology with emphasis on European or Mediterranean nutrition and health.
Erasmus+ students (from an Erasmus+ partner university): tuition waived
Exchange students (from a partner university/with a cooperation agreement): tuition waived
Other students: €3500+ €50 (non-refundable application fees) (field trip and campus fee are included in the program charges)
Fees (2015 - 2016)
Residence hall: €483/month for a single room, €260/month for a shared room
Campus Fee: €100/year (Erasmus+ and Exchange students)
Room insurance: €39/year
3-day-Field trip in May: €250 (Erasmus+ and Exchange students)
Health insurance (compulsory for non-European students): ≈ €215/year
Catering: ≈ €3,20/meal (breakfast is free)
Transportation/bus: €8/month (monthly pass)
Equipment to bring: lab coat, laptop, plug adaptor