How to Apply
The Knox College Program in Besancon
The Knox program in Besançon is open to juniors and seniors of any academic major. Knox also welcomes students from other colleges and universities to apply. Each year approximately 25% of students in Knox study abroad programs hail from colleges across the nation. Recent participants have come from colleges such as Dartmouth, Barnard, Swarthmore, Smith, and Tufts University.
- A good academic record
- A minimum of two 200-level French courses or equivalent
- Agreement to abide by all regulations of the program, as well as all instructions from the Resident Director; violations can result in immediate termination of a student's participation in the program
- For students under 21, participation in the program requires written consent from a parent or guardian.
Application (a three part process):
- On-Line Application Form
You may submit the On-line Application Form (PDF) electronically or mail a printed copy to the address below. You may also print out the blank form to complete by hand. Please keep a copy of the completed application for your records.
- Official Transcript
Please request that your college or university registrar send a copy of your official transcript to the address below.
- Three Letters of Recommendation
You will need to submit letters of recommendation from your academic advisor, and two college-level language teachers. Please print out three copies of the blank recommendation form for them to complete and send to the address below.
Send application materials to:
Sunshine Regiacorte, Program Assistant
Knox College Box 156 Galesburg, IL 61401
Telephone: (309) 341-7323
Fax: (309) 341-7606
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