Bourses de Master - études françaises et francophones (University of Notre Dame, USA)

Bourses de Master - études françaises et francophones (University of Notre Dame, USA)

Publié le par Esther Demoulin (Source : Sonja Stojanovic)

Fully-Funded MA in French and Francophone Studies at the University of Notre Dame

The two-year MA program is designed to enable students to attain both a high degree of specialization and a broad understanding of the literatures and cultures of the French-speaking world.

Program Highlights:

×        full-tuition scholarship granted to all accepted students regardless of citizenship/visa status
×        $13,000 yearly stipend (awarded on a competitive basis)
×        affordable Notre Dame-sponsored student health insurance plan – $2800 subsidy covering 100% of the yearly insurance premium (available to eligible students)
×        possibility to live on-campus in Fisher Graduate Residences (~$700/month, all utilities included)
×        rigorous and hands-on pedagogical training – most students have the opportunity to teach undergraduate language courses
×        small, interactive seminars
×        interdisciplinary focus
×        close collaboration with faculty and individual mentoring program
×        study-abroad opportunity at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, France
×        eligibility to apply for research grants through various on-campus institutes and centers

Recent graduate seminars include: The 19th-century Short Story; Proust; Documenting Work: From the Experimental Novel to “Fieldwork Literatures”; Global Writers in Paris; Essays of Michel de Montaigne

Areas of particular strength are: the intersections of literature, philosophy, and religion; global Francophone literature and film; Renaissance literature; peace studies; memory studies; labor studies; gender studies; cinema and media studies

In addition to the MA program in French and Francophone Studies, students have the option to pursue a graduate minor in such areas as: screen cultures, peace studies, gender studies, and visual and material culture, among others.

Applications are due by Jan. 15, but will be considered on a rolling basis until all spots are filled. 

Apply at directly through the Notre Dame Graduate School: 

Please note that some students might be eligible for the $75 application fee waiver (more information on the graduate school website).

For more information about the program, see:

If you have specific questions about the program or the application, contact: Sonja Stojanovic, Graduate Liaison: