Admission Tour Winter ’17, Bachelor’s, Master’s & PhD

To promote higher education in France among Indian students, Campus France India and Institut français India are pleased to bring Indian students face-to-face with some of the best French universities at four metropolitan cities in India: Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Indore. For the first time, a PhD Tour will also bring together representatives of French universities with prospective PhD students.

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Study in France – Admission Tour Winter ’17 for Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students

30+ Top French Institutions including B-Schools, Engineering and Specialised schools (Law, Design, Hotel Management)

- Delhi (25th February)
- Kolkata (27th February)
- Bengaluru (2nd March)
- Indore (4th March)

Ambassador of France to India, H.E. Mr Alexandre Ziegler, says, “Our aim is to welcome 10 000 Indian students by 2020. India is a major strategic partner for France and we consider that student mobility is an essential leverage for greater exchanges between our two countries. We are committed to keeping our doors wide open to Indian students and providing them with the best educational opportunities. With the Admission Tour, as well as our attractive visa policy and the significant increase in scholarships, we are helping students choose the right academic path in France that can enhance their career prospects and help them achieve their goals.”

Students can register at http://salons.campusfrance.org/india2017/ and book 20-minute individual interviews with institutes of their choice. Registration is free and all are welcome. Students are invited to avail of the free one-to-one counselling, where experts provide first-hand information on study requirements for graduate, post-graduate courses and doctoral students, as well as accommodation and scholarships offered by the French government. Indian alumni will also share their experiences on the opportunities that come with French education, including cooperation in science and technology. Information on enrolment and funding, with a special highlight on PhD programmes in France will also be given.

France and India have been jointly-developing promising partnerships in science, technology, education, arts and culture. As part of this development, several programs support the mobility and training of students, including PhD programs in France. After a successful Chandigarh-Chennai-Bengaluru-Kochi tour in autumn 2016, the winter admission tour will have French university representatives meet students in four major cities in India.

Last modified on 24/05/2017

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