BORDEAUX is internationally famous for its celebrated wines and fine food. Being at a geographical crossroads (both on the land and on the river), Bordeaux’s unrivaled architectural heritage is made of royal palaces, rich abbeys and a cathedral. For almost a millennium now, Bordeaux has been one of the first European centers for teaching and international trade.

Of course, we will honor the BORDEAUX VINEYARDS during a tour and wine tasting at the Château Fourcas Hosten (Listrac-Médoc) property, specifically chosen for its excellent reputation.


Within less than one hour's drive from Bordeaux, the DUNE DU PILAT stands between the Landes forest and the Bay of Biscay shore. It is the highest sand dune of Europe, like a tip of the desert ending in the ocean. A magical place far away from the world, often used by the cinema industry.


SAINT-EMILION, picturesque medieval city on the edge of the Périgord region, is a major attraction for tourists who are charmed by its churches, alleys, and small squares made of old stones. The village is internationally known for its wines and fine food. Saint-Emilion is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List as a “remarkable example of a historical vineyard landscape which remained intact” and which “greatly illustrates intensive vine cultivation in a precisely defined area”.


Departure on July 6th 2023 (evening) return on July 9th 2023 (evening).

Transportation, breakfasts and housing is included. You only have to pay for lunches and dinners.

The team of the Summer Session for Foreign Students will not be available to assist those students who remain in Nancy during these 3 days.

Association Summer Courses for Foreign Students

A linguistic and cultural program elaborated under the authority of a board of 13 professors of the Université de Lorraine in Nancy and 5 specialists of French as Foreign Language and International Relationships