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Beyond the Classroom

Learning isn’t limited to the classroom at Mills. Take a look at some of the opportunities you can have while minoring in transcultural Francophone studies.


French & Francophone Club  
Members of this campus club enjoy lively activities and participate in informal discussion sessions, conducted in French, about politics, history, food, and cinema.

Study Abroad
Through Mills-affiliated study abroad programs, students have experiences they describe as life-transforming throughout the French-speaking world. They are completely immersed in a French-speaking environment where they live with host families and take classes at local universities.
What Can I Do with a Transcultural Francophone Studies Minor from Mills?

Transcultural Francophone studies minors enter a wide range of fields where they apply their understanding of global issues, critical thinking and linguistic skills, and cultural competence. Graduates enroll in graduate school, work for nonprofit organizations, intern at consulates, work in international organizations, or pursue other careers with an international focus.