|Academic Term||Autumn Semester / Academic Year|
|Credits||20 - 28 UW credits per semester|
|Eligibility||Junior standing or above by time of departure;
min. 3.0 GPA
|Language||Instruction in English or French|
|Program Manager||Mike Renes | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Priority Application Deadline||January 15 (Autumn Semester / Academic Year)|
|May 15 (Spring Semester)|
|General||Centrally located within France and Europe, Lyon is a historical city that is renowned worldwide for its gourmet cuisine. University Jean Moulin is situated within the city center and offers a range of courses dependent on the student's language level.|
Located in the heart of Lyon, University of Lyon 3 - Jean Moulin is a French public university with over 28,500 enrolled students. The university has three campuses in the city, with the majority of students residing at "Les Quais" in the city center along the Rhone River. Students in Lyon have two study options: the SELF Program or the DEUF Program.
The SELF program is recommended for students who have basic French language skills and would like to take courses entirely in English. Courses are available in a variety of fields including business and humanities. During the first two weeks of the SELF program, students will take intensive language courses while orienting themselves to the university and Lyon through pre-planned extra-curricular activities. In the following weeks, students will begin your chosen academic curriculum.
Te DEUF program is recommended for students whose knowledge of the French language is more advanced. Students in this program will have the option of selecting from regular university courses, where they can fully immerse themselves in the Lyonnaise culture by taking courses alongside French students. Interested students may also do a combination of both DEUF and SELF programs.
Students can begin their search for courses right here: University Jean Moulin course catalog
Lyon is an ancient city founded by the Romans in 43 BC, and is France's second largest metropolitan area after Paris. Like Paris and Marseilles, Lyon is divided into municipal Arrondissements (subdivision of the communes). The city is a popular tourist destination as it is home to many famous places including Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourviere, Parc de la Tête d'or, Lyon Cathedral, and more. Lyon is also known for its excellent cuisine and has over 1500 eateries, with each restaurant serving a array of Lyonnaise dishes.
Prerequisites and Language Requirements
Students can select between the SELF or the DEUF program depending on their fluency of French language. Courses offered under the SELF program are taught entirely in English while courses taught under the DEUF program require advanced French language skills.
20 - 28 UW credits per semester
If you’re looking for a record of how courses from this institution have been transferred in the past, visit the credit equivalency database to help you determine what foreign courses might satisfy your academic needs here at the UW.
For more information about receiving credits for your study abroad, visit Earning credits abroad.
As a participant of a university exchange, you pay an exchange fee equivalent to UW tuition (1.5 quarters of UW tuition for semester-long exchanges, and 3 quarters of UW tuition for academic year exchanges). Exchange fees are determined by UW residency status: in-state students pay an exchange fee equivalent to in-state tuition, and out-of-state students pay an exchange fee equivalent to out-of-state tuition. The exchange fee and UW Study Abroad Office administrative fee are charged to your UW account and due by the UW tuition deadline for your term(s) of study abroad. In most cases, you pay housing fees directly to the host institution or housing facility. You should also budget for additional expenses such as international airfare & transportation, books & course materials, visa & passport fees, study abroad insurance and personal expenses.
- A large percentage of UW students utilize financial aid to study abroad. Most types of financial aid can be applied to study abroad fees.
- You can submit a revision request to increase the amount of aid for the quarter you are studying abroad. These additional funds are usually awarded in the form of loans. To apply, fill out a revision request form, attach the budget sheet (available via the link at the top of this brochure) and submit these documents to the Office of Student Financial Aid. For more information about this process, consult the Financial Aid section of our website.
- Consult the Financial Aid section of our website for more information on applying for financial aid, special considerations for summer and early fall programs, and budgeting and fundraising tips.
- There are many scholarships designed to fund students studying abroad. The UW administers a study abroad scholarship program and there are national awards available as well.
- Scholarships vary widely in their parameters. Some are need-based, some are location-based, and some are merit-based.
- For UW Study Abroad Scholarships fill out a short questionnaire on your UW Study Abroad program application to be considered. You must apply by the priority application deadline for the program in order to be considered for a scholarship. Click the Overview tab to view application deadlines.
Consult our Scholarships page to learn about UW-based and national scholarships. The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards can help you learn about additional opportunities.
We understand that figuring out your finances for study abroad can be complicated and we are here to help. Here are some ways to find additional support:
- Click on the Budget Sheets link at the top of this brochure to view the estimated budget of all expenses for this program.
- Contact the Global Opportunities Adviser at email@example.com to learn more about how to pay for study abroad.
- Attend a Financial Planning Workshop offered by UW Study Abroad – more information is on the Events page of our website.
- Visit the Finances section of our website.
HousingStudents have the option of being housed in university residences or private accommodations. Exchange students have access to the Lyon III International Association that provides students with assistance in finding accommodation for the semester of the year.
Students can learn more about their accommodations by visiting University Jean Moulin housing.
The UW Study Abroad Office can't officially advise you about visas.
The volume and diversity of students participating, the shifting requirements of foreign governments, and the complexity of these applications make it impossible for us to accurately advise you on immigration policies.
If your program requires a visa, documentation will be provided from your host institution after your acceptance.
The study abroad application includes a personal statement, three short answer questions, one recommendation from a professor or TA, and electronic signature documents related to UW policies and expectations for study abroad. Following the online application process, you may be contacted by the program director for an in-person interview. Once an admission decision has been made regarding your application, you will be notified by the study abroad system via email.
To be eligible to study abroad, you must complete the mandatory pre-departure orientation facilitated by UW Study Abroad. Visit your study abroad homepage to complete this mandatory orientation. You must also attend any program-specific orientations offered by the program director.
UW Study Abroad Office also offers several optional orientations aimed at preparing you for your study abroad experience. You can visit the Orientation section of our website to view the current schedule and to register for any optional orientation sessions that pique your interest.
Orientation must be completed prior to the enrollment deadline for the quarter that you are studying abroad.
The University of Washington is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, and education for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation for this program, contact Disability Resources for Students at least 8 weeks in advance of your departure date. Contact info at disability.uw.edu.
The $700 UW Study Abroad Fee is non-refundable once the payment contract has been submitted. Students withdrawing from a program may also be responsible for paying a percentage of the program fee depending on the date of withdrawal. More details about the withdrawal policy are included in your payment contract. Note that no part of the program fee is refundable once the program has begun.
The date of withdrawal is considered the business day a withdrawal form is received by UW Study Abroad. Notice of withdrawal from the program must be made in writing by completing the following steps:
- Provide notice in writing to the program director that you will no longer be participating in the program.
- Submit a signed withdrawal form to UW Study Abroad.
Visit the Withdrawals section of our website for more information.
After participating in a UW Study Abroad program, students are asked to complete a Program Evaluation Report detailing their experiences abroad and giving advice for future students. These reports cover all aspects of a student's time abroad, including orientation, academics, housing, finances, and cultural differences.
To see past students' evaluations for the University Jean Moulin Direct Exchange program, click on the link below.
University Jean Moulin Exchange.pdf
Note: student names and contact information have been crossed off for confidentiality reasons. If you would like to get in contact with a previous participant of this program, please inquire at the Study Abroad Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.