Post-Graduate Data

French Studies

Building upon a foundation of proficiency in the French language, concentrators in French Studies explore the culture, history, and literature of Francophone civilizations. Students select from a variety of courses in language, historical periods, genres, themes, major writers, film, and civilization. Students interested in living in a French environment often reserve rooms in the coed dormitory (Machado House) at 87 Prospect Street. A Resident Coordinator in French maintains a planned program of activities centered around French conversation, movies, lectures, and cooking. Study abroad opportunities are available in Paris, Lyon and other francophone countries. Most students are required to take a placement exam. See departmental website for details.

Here's what concentrators from the classes of 2012 and 2013 reported they were doing in their first year after graduation.

2013

Employment

  • Consulting Intern, Time Partners
  • Marketing and Communications Intern, TDT New York
  • Research Assistant, Seattle Children's Hospital

Graduate School

  • Universite Paris 1- Pantheon Sorbonne, MA, History of Art

2012

Employment

  • Analyst, HSBC
  • Assistant to Showrunner, Shondaland
  • Consultant, EF Education First
  • Dedalus Fellow in the Museum Archives, Museum of Modern Art
  • English Teaching Assistant, Teaching Assistant Program in France
  • Financial Analyst, Salesforce.com
  • New York City Teaching Fellow, New York City Teaching Fellows
  • Research Assistant, National Bureau of Economic Research

Graduate School

  • Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, MS, Economics