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Complete the application form on the Apply webpage. After, you will be prompted to log in to the portal to complete the remaining components:
- Personal Statement
- Unofficial transcript*
- French recommendation letter
- $35 non-refundable application fee*
Once we’ve received your application, you’ll be contacted for a Zoom interview.
*If you are mailing these items, send them to the US office: Box #17218, 24 Camp Avenue, Stamford, CT 06907.
A note about application fees: Students on full financial aid or who attend an APA-affiliated school can have their application fee waived. A confirmation letter from your institution’s financial aid office should be sent to email@example.com. If you are unsure of your institution’s partner status, please inquire with your study abroad office or with APA.
- Summer 2022 Early Bird Admissions: February 15, 2022 (apply and submit your deposit by this date to receive a $100 reduction in program fees)
- Summer 2022: we must receive all of your documents by April 15, 2022
Applications received after the deadline will be considered according to space and availability.
Lindsay Turlan and Monika Markley, our dedicated US-based representatives, are the go-to people for all aspects of the application process, including billing, pre-departure preparation, and university liaising. If you have any questions, get in contact with them and they will be happy to help.
The ideal APA student is bright and motivated, internationally-minded who seeks a cross-cultural experience and has a desire to experience French and Francophone life.
We know that several factors play into a student’s ability to learn a second language (or third, or fourth!). The number of semesters of college French should be seen as a guideline when determining which level of program to participate in. If you are unsure which program to apply for, contact us and we will be happy to assist you in in determining your level.
French Antilles Program
- 3.0 GPA
- Sophomore, Junior, or Senior university standing or higher
- B1 French language level and up, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) [approximately 3 – 4 semesters of French or equivalent]