Campus France is a public institution in charge of promoting French higher education abroad and welcoming foreign students and researchers to France. It encourages international mobility and manages scholarship programmes and the alumni network.
MAKING FRENCH HIGHER EDUCATION MORE ATTRACTIVE
On the occasion of the Research and Innovation Meetings held in Paris in July 2017, Campus France presented Mrs Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, with a joint letter on the measures required to make French educational institutes more attractive.
The three conferences renewed their faith in and support for Campus France by entrusting it with the task of creating a centre for consulting and analysis for the development of educational institutes' international projects, a centre recommended by the France Stratégie report on higher education abroad: the urgent need for a strategy.
ampus France provides foreign students and researchers with the tools to learn more about the French institutes of higher education and find what they are looking for.
Campus France also assists French institutes of higher education and research bodies in their international development strategy.
The training available from French educational institutes is promoted via several of Campus France's tools and actions:
on its site with the Degrees, Fields, Institutes
and Welcome files;
through the online catalogues listing the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees, and the programmes provided in English in France;
during activities organised in France and abroad in collaboration with the Campus France offices located abroad;by integrating, in the institutes, students who have received scholarships financed by the French government or through agreements