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After Morris

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Planting a garden with locals in Ourika Valley, Morocco

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Watching fireworks at the Eiffel Tower on Bastille Day

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Road-tripping to Winnipeg for the Festival du Voyageur

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Living on campus in Paris

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Capturing the Moulin Rouge

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Visiting La Tour Hassan in Rabat, Morocco

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Winning the annual French Poetry Recitation!

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Riding camels in the Sahara Desert, Merzouga, Morocco

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Visiting the Arab Institute in Paris

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Planting trees in Marrakech, Morocco

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Shopping at an outdoor market in Paris

  • French at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Under the Pyramide at the Louvre

Did you know that French and English are the only two languages spoken on five of the seven continents? It should come as no surprise, then, that French is the number one language required or preferred for international employment opportunities tracked by the U.S. State Department, ahead of Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian, or German.

French is spoken around the globe by professionals in diplomacy, commerce, healthcare, research, music, art, linguistics, history, law, political science, anthropology, biology, chemistry, mathematics, and philosophy. Along with English, it is the official working language of:

Here are some of the ways students at the University of Minnesota, Morris prepare themselves for successful careers as speakers of French.

What about graduate school?

Graduate work can prepare students for careers in research, upper level education, healthcare, or law, among others. It also provides a means for advancement in many career paths. Here are some of the schools chosen by Morris graduates seeking advanced degrees in French or related fields.