LaSalle Beauvais is a Grande Ecole created in 1854 and who teach engineering in agriculture, food processing industry, food and Health, geology and environment.
The beautiful campus of 120 acres has all facilities for learning and for extracurricular activities. The school not only focuses on quality education, but also focuses on the well-being and personal development of the students. The school has up to 15 specializations and offer a complete program in water and the environment in English in the spring semester.
The university offers the following courses. S&T students can take any courses, but most are in French. If students want to take courses in English, students can take the Water and Environmental Management program in the spring semester, but students enrolled in this program will have to take all courses in this program. This program is often better suited to earlier Environmental engineering students since most courses come back as technical electives. Programs offered are:
Food and health
Master in Plant Breeding (In English)
Water and Environmental Management (In English in the spring)
For specific course offering at LaSalle Beauvais in Water and Environmental Engineering, please view the documents below for additional information about this program. Spring Semester 2017 Plaquette_WEM_2017.pdf Syllabus 002.pdf Water spring sem 2017 - pedagogical contents.pdf Présentation spring semester.pptx Please note - the deadline for Missouri S&T is a month earlier than the deadline listed in the above documents. Once the Missouri S&T application has been submitted, students will be nominated by Missouri S&T to LaSalle Beauvais and will be required to complete the application for LaSalle Beauvais by the specified deadline.
Dr. Mark Fitch is the Assistant Chair and an Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering. If you have questions about how the courses will transfer back to Missouri S&T, please contact Dr. Fitch at email@example.com.
Prerequisites: 2.75 GPA and meeting course requirement prerequisite(s), if any.
Language of instruction: French for most courses, except for the master in Plant Breeding (English) and the water and Environmental Management (English).
Accommodation and Meals are offered on campus and more information can be found here.
For each semester of academic work completed abroad, you may earn up to 12 credit hours. Course credit transfers to S&T, but your grades will not appear on your S&T transcript and are not calculated into your grade point average. Courses abroad are recorded as a Pass or Fail and will shows an “ex” on your S&T transcript. Courses you pass will earn your credit hours toward your degree, but will not affect your GPA. Although you will receive credits for successfully completed courses, you must work with your academic advisers to get approval for how the courses you take might fulfill specific degree requirements at S&T.
Students will apply for their visa after getting instructions from either the host school or the study abroad 's office.
La Salle Beauvais is not only located 2 miles away from Downtown Beauvais, but is located only a couple hours from Paris. It is served by buses and trains. Downtown Beauvais or Paris is easily accessible.The campus is very scenic and surrounded by 75 acres of private woodlands. Students enjoy a full range of services on campus: dining hall, laundry facilities, gymnasium, internet, the library, etc...