The French Faculty in the Department of French and Italian are pleased to announce the call for applications for the competitive Arizona in Paris Award 2019. Established in 2018, this award supports UA students enrolled in French courses with the UA study abroad program in Paris, France. While preference is given to UA French majors, all students enrolled in a French course (prefix FREN) are eligible to apply.Eligibility:
- acceptance to the UA Study Abroad Program “Arizona in Paris”
- enrollment in an Italian course (FREN prefix) in Paris, France
- current UA student (undergraduate or graduate)
- UA French major in good standing
Any student enrolled in a French course (FREN prefix) in Paris, France through UA study abroad.
- Complete your online application for the Arizona in Paris program (https://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/arizona-paris)
- Download and complete the AZ in Paris Award application (attached below)
- On or before April 1, 2019 send completed AZ in Paris Award application to Denis Provencher: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Arizona in Paris Award 2019” in the subject line.
For undergraduate students in French (several levels). Based on essays/oral interviews. Book Awards.Eligibility:
Full-time Student,Part-time Student,Freshman,Sophomore,Junior,Senior
For undergraduate students in French (several levels). Based on the submission of one or several poems. Book Awards.Eligibility:
Full-time Student,Part-time Student
For undergraduate seniors majoring in French who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and have expressed the desire to make a career teaching FrenchEligibility:
Full-time StudentValue of Scholarship:
VariesWho Can Apply?:
Special consideration will be given to students interested in pursuing a Master's degree in French/Francophone literatures or linguistics in the department. Candidates must be full-time students. Based on student record, as recommended by the faculty in French; subject to the approval of the Executive Committee of the Alliance Francaise de Tucson. Monetary awards (number and value vary).
Junior and senior students majoring in French. Students must have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, and a 3.5 average in their courses in French. Candidates are nominated by the Department of French and Italian, subject to the approval of the Office of Student Financial Aid.
Awards are based on an essay.Eligibility:
3.0 General GPA,Full-time Student,Junior,Senior
Awarded to the undergraduate senior with the best GPA in FrenchEligibility:
SeniorWho Can Apply?:
Awarded to the undergraduate senior with the best GPA in French, as recommended by the undergraduate adviser in French. Monetary awards (number and value vary).
Prospective Participant in Summer ProgramWho Can Apply?:
For undergraduate students who wish to attend the Arizona in Paris summer program. The student recipient will be decided according to the following criteria. Need; the importance to travel to France in the student's course of study.
Destination; priority given to students interested in attending the Arizona in Paris program. Merit; the student's proven record of accomplishments and promise of future success.
Full-time Student,Full-time Graduate Student,Junior,SeniorWho Can Apply?:
For upper division or graduate students in French Literature who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and a real desire to make a career in French Literature. Candidates must be full-time students. Based on the recommendation of the Student Affairs Committee and Undergraduate Adviser in French (in the case of undergraduate students), or the Graduate Studies Committee (for graduate students). Subject to the approval of the faculty as a whole. Monetary awards (number and value vary).
Full-time Student,French Major,Italian MajorWho Can Apply?:
The competitive SILLC Global Award Fund benefits UA undergraduate students in good standing who are declared majors in any of the SILLC disciplines (Africana Studies, Chinese, Classics, East Asian Studies, French, German Studies, Italian, Japanese, Religious Studies, Russian). It also benefits UA undergraduate students in good standing who pursue a thematic minor in the Critical Languages Program.