A service of the French Embassy to promote study in France to students and institutions in the United States
This site provides some basic information about the process of applying for a student visa for France, but please note that the granting of visas is entirely the responsibility of the French consular services.
The Call for Proposals of the Thomas Jefferson Fund was open until February 24, 2020. This program, launched by the Embassy of France in the United States and the FACE Foundation, aims to encourage and support cooperation among the most promising young French and American researchers, and foster forward-looking collaborative research projects.
Founded in 1945 and a national public institution since 1987, the CIEP is recognized both in France and abroad for its skills with regard to expert evaluation, training, assessment, and management of international projects.
Founded in 1959, the House of Brazil is one of the 23 national houses of the University International City of Paris. For more than 40 years it has accommodated Brazilian students, professors and researchers who come to Paris within from university programs, in particular for doctoral or post-doctoral studies, as well as artists and Brazilian business professionals wanting advanced training.
Features information on France and its position on the main international issues in French, English and Spanish. It is geared particularly to students researching France to prepare for mock UN debates.
New website from the Foreign and European ministry to connect with the world. It is designed to reflect diplomacy in action, in touch with current international issues and the major transformation going in the world.
The Alliance Française (AF) is an organisation whose mission is to promote French language and culture outside France. Its primary concern is teaching French as a second language. It is headquartered in Paris.
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“Le Français à la mesure d’un continent: un patrimoine en partage/ French in North America: a shared heritage, partnership with the university of Ottawa, Canada.