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  • Locations: Linkoping, Sweden; Lyon, France
  • Program Terms: Academic Year
  • Restrictions: DPU applicants only
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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Academic Level: Undergraduate
Required GPA: 3.0 Living Arrangements: Apartment, Residence Hall
Language of Instruction: English Prerequisite: None
Liberal Studies Domain: EL Eligibility: Only open to CDM students. Students must apply during their Sophomore year.
Study Abroad Contact: Alma Sandoval How COVID-19 could impact this program or your study abroad plans: Please see the Study Abroad COVID-19 page for more information.
Program Description:
Lyon - Place Bellecour

This trans-Atlantic dual degree program in information technology and business prepares students for success in the interconnected world of the 21st century. Participants from the USA, France, and Sweden spend their junior year at two European institutions: Ecole de Commerce Europeenne (ECE) in Lyon, France, and Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden.

During their junior year the French, Swedish, and American students spend the fall together in Lyon at Ecole de Commerce Europeenne (ECE) where they take a full load of coursework in business taught in English. The American and Swedish students also take French language classes. All Atlantis students then move on to Linköping, Sweden in January. During the spring, they complete management coursework and a thesis to earn a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Business Administration International. All students spend their senior year in the United States with the DePaul, French, and Swedish students completing DePaul CDM degrees.


ECE-Lyon
Linköping University

Students arrive in Lyon, France early in September for orientation and an immersion course in French at their appropriate levels. No prior French study is required to participate in this program. There, they will take a full load of coursework at ECE during its Fall semester. All Atlantis students will then move on to Linköping, Sweden in January for winter quarter coursework. Spring quarter will be spent working on a thesis or project to complete the European degree while students continue their stay in Sweden. Depending on the courses previously taken and the degree selected, participants may be asked to spend a full calendar year in Europe. Students accepted to the program will need to take prerequisite courses prior to the program start. Once accepted, students will meet with Danny Mittleman, the program director, who will review all students' records and advise which courses they will need to complete prior to beginning the program.

Circumstances, such as an unexpected event abroad or a curriculum change at a host institution, may require DePaul University to make changes to the program. DePaul University reserves the right to cancel or alter programs and courses without notice.


Housing in this program is designed to encourage participants to live independently while learning to negotiate the host cities and institutions. Students are responsible for their own accommodations. The host institutions in Europe will help them find housing within or near their campuses. In Lyon, all housing is off-campus in the community. At Linköping, students will have the choice to stay in university housing or to share private flats. The university will facilitate the search for private flats and Swedish host students will also be available to help program participants locate housing that meets their needs.


All students participating in study abroad will be charged both tuition and a program fee. Tuition is billed at the students regular DePaul tuition rate based on the number of credits enrolled. Click here for the program fee for your program. Read the details carefully to understand exactly what is included. Please also note the withdrawal policy.

DePaul offers several types of scholarships for students studying abroad, and students should visit the scholarship page early in the application process for information on eligibility and deadlines. Students are also encouraged to speak with the DePaul financial aid office for more information about financing their study abroad experience.


If you are planning to study abroad and do not have a passport, apply for one immediately. Some programs require students to obtain student visas. In that case, contact the country's local consulate or embassy for up-to-date instructions. As of this publication, students on the Atlantis II program DO need a visa. To find out more information about the visa process for your select country(ies), visit our Visa Information Page. Please note that visa requirements can change quickly. The Study Abroad Program will update this website to reflect changes as they become available.


Contact program alumni to learn about the student experience:

Name Email Term Attended
Ryan Aleman ryanedaleman@gmail.com AY 2014-2015
Mark Noel Bibat markfbz3@yahoo.com AY 2014-2015
Ryan Livingston rliving2@mail.depaul.edu AY 2013-2014


DePaul University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, or handicap in admissions, employment, or the provision of services. Inquiries regarding this policy should be addressed to the Director of Human Resources, 1 East Jackson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60604.

Circumstances, such as an unexpected event abroad or a curriculum change, may require DePaul University to make changes to the program. DePaul University reserves the right to cancel or alter programs and courses without notice.


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Admissions Notification Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2021-2022 02/01/2021 03/01/2021 TBA TBA