In a recent Drew International Seminar, students not only practiced French and met prominent intellectuals, but also took part in Carnival dance and drum rehearsals on the Caribbean island of Martinique. Grads say that their international travels transform them and are important topics of conversation in job interviews.
A number of our graduates have been admitted to the official French government assistantship program in France to teach English for nine months. Some follow that with law school, or grad school in subjects like history or literature. They find the French proficiency and work experience gives them an edge.