Campus France has set up a large number of structures to assist the members of the Forum. The agency organises activities in France and abroad to promote and highlight the academic programmes here.
Active participation in Forum activities
The member institutes are major contributors to the Campus France Forum activities. They participate in the Forum's annual general meeting and are invited to the annual seminar involving the agency's regulating ministries, representatives of nearly 350 French organisations, and representatives of institutes of higher education.
"Doctoral research and training", "European attractiveness" and "Exchange of good practice on receiving refugees and migrants": a few examples of the subjects dealt with by the themed roundtables of the Campus France Forum. Within these roundtables, the Forum's member institutes can make recommendations to strengthen the international attractiveness of French educational institutes. They are then submitted to the Campus France board of directors.
A preferential rate for participation in Campus France activities
The Forum's member institutes enjoy a discount of 50% on registration fees for activities organised by Campus France in France or abroad. This discount concerns:
- demonstrations aimed at students: trade fairs, themed missions, student recruitment missions;
- demonstrations aimed at institutions, such as:
- events organised by international organisations for the internationalisation of higher education such as the EAIE, APAIE and NAFSA;
- Country Days organised by Campus France offices around the world;
- foreign education officer missions in France;
- colloquia and seminars organised by Campus France or its partners;
- actions to promote positions abroad.
An invitation to Campus France Meetings
Exclusively reserved for the Forum's member institutes, the Rencontres Campus France (Campus France Meetings) give them the opportunity to meet diplomatic representatives and managers of Campus France Offices from around the world.
This event is the ideal way to inform people about your institute's academic programmes as well as your promotional activities and academic cooperation initiatives. It is also the occasion to talk with the participants about cooperation and higher education in their countries and, perhaps, ask for their help with your projects.
An invitation to the Research and Innovation Meetings
Exclusively reserved for the Forum's member institutes, the Rencontres de la recherche et de l’innovation (Research and Innovation Meetings) let them talk with French diplomatic representatives specialised in scientific, academic and technological cooperation.
This event is a unique opportunity to meet contacts from the countries represented. You can also participate in the workshops presenting new strategies in the field of the research.
Free participation in Campus France events
The Forum's member institutes can participate at no cost in a Country Day and in the meetings that are regularly organised with an ambassador, consul or cooperation and culture advisor.
Support from the Campus France offices abroad
The Forum's member institutes can receive support from the 260 Campus France offices and branches located in more than 120 countries. These offices constitute an essential relay to help in the promotion of their academic programmes and in their communication activities abroad.
Promoting your institute's reception services
A Reception Sheet published by Campus France is devoted to each of the Forum's member institutes. Made available to foreign students and researchers, it presents in French and in English the reception services at the institute in question.
For more information on the Reception Sheets, contact Anne Benoît, Publishing Manager:
Referencing your short programmes and cultural stays
Campus France's catalogue of short programmes lists all of the short programmes and cultural or language stays offered by the Forum's member institutes. The list of these programmes is also widely distributed through the Immersion France application.
For more information about the catalogue of short programmes, contact Marie Chamoreau, Manager of Artistic Training and the Campus Art network: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Referencing your art and architecture programmes
Campus France publishes, on the site CampusArt, a catalogue of art and architecture programmes which lists the programmes conferring a level I, II or III national degree, grade or title registered with the RNCP, and offered by the Forum's member institutes. On CampusArt, applicant students have access to a simplified online recruitment procedure.
For more information about the catalogue of art and architecture programmes, contact Marie Chamoreau, Manager of Artistic Training and the Campus Art Network: email@example.com.
Priority placement of scholarship recipients in your institute
In the context of certain scholarship programmes managed by Campus France, foreign students who are scholarship recipients are given priority placement in Campus France Forum member institutes.