Summer classes at Audencia are very similar to that back at UW going from Monday to Thursday. Each class is two hours long with 5-10 minutes breaks in between. My day starts at 9 AM and ends at 1PM. After that, students usually go for lunch around campus or take the train to downtown. Lunch usually last from 1-2 hours every day because French people like to take their time to eat and enjoy. After lunch, there is French class for those students who are taking French. The class is broken into three levels: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advance.
The professors at this school are very energetic and full of enthusiasm. I enjoy their lectures because what they talk about is interesting. I learn so much everyday going to class, especially about the European Union.
During the weekend, many students travel around to different places such as Bordeaux, Barcelona, Interlaken, Munich, London, Marseille, and etc. Then when all of us meet again for class on Monday, people tell each other stories their weekend activities and all of the great things they did or see. However, at the same time there are many students who choose to stay in town and do sightseeing because Nantes is rich and full of amazing medieval buildings and artworks.