January in Paris


Students chose one course worth 0.5 Trinity credits.
  • "The History of French Wine" (HIST 237) - Professor Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre. 
  • "The European Union After Brexit" (COLL 209) - Professor Thomas Lefebvre 


Based in the central heart of Paris, students attend class each weekday morning and have excursions or free time in the afternoons.

Faculty Leaders

Professor Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre is a historian of modern Britain, Ireland and the British Empire, and of wine. Professor Thomas Lefebvre is a political scientist with a focus on the European Union. His current research explores transatlantic implications of the evolution of EU Member States' defense budgets.

Housing & Meals

Students will live in shared rooms at FIAP, a student residence building centrally located in the 14th Arrondissement. Breakfast and dinner are included at the FIAP cafeteria. Students are responsible for their own lunch each day.


January 2, 2018 (students arrive in Paris) – January 12, 2018 (students depart from Paris)

Tuition & Fees

  • History of French Wine: $3,300 (Tuition: $1,500 | Fees: $1,800)
  • The EU After the Brexit Vote: $2,800 (Tuition: $1,500 | Fees: $1,300)


The application is due by November 27, 2017.

Eligibility/How to Apply 

Students should be in good academic and social standing. No previous language experience required. 


Space is limited and students are encouraged to apply early. The Office of Study Away reserves the right to modify, suspend, or cancel any Trinity sponsored study away program that is under-enrolled.

​Application Deadline

November 27, 2017