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2 Contents Foreword 3 Key figures 4-5 On international student mobility Network & partners 6-7 Local offices and member institutions Promotion 8-9 Marketing French higher education abroad Support Hosting international students and scholars Coordination Facilitating academic and scientific exchanges and partnerships International calls for tenders 14 Building the European Higher Education Area Research and studies 15 Campus France 16 In figures

3 Foreword CAMPUS FRANCE, REPRESENTING FRENCH HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE WORLD Campus France established by decree on December 30, 2011, following legislation adopted on July 27, 2010 represents a merger of CampusFrance, Égide, and the international activities of CNOUS. Supervised by the French Ministries in charge of Foreign Affairs and of Higher Education and Research, the principal missions of the new, enlarged Campus France are to promote French higher education abroad, coordinate services for international students in France, and to make mobility arrangements for recipients of international grants and scholarships conferred by the French and foreign governments. The new Agency and its missions have been designed to enable France to better respond to the challenges posed by the growth of international student mobility. The French national Agency for the promotion of higher education, international student services, and international mobility 3

4 Key figures On international student mobility Worldwide student mobility in 2009 Source: UNESCO Internationally mobile students 3,700, times greater than in 1975 The 5 top host countries of international students in 2009 United States 660,219 United Kingdom 368,817 Australia 257,635 France 249,142 Germany 230,635 Together these 5 countries host nearly half of the world s international students. International mobility by continent of origin (number in 2009 and percentage change, ) Europe 883, % Asia 1,240, % Americas 286, % Middle East 174, % Africa 326, % 4

5 International students in France, Source: Ministry of Higher Education and Research and Ministry of National Education 285, % since % of students International students in France s universities Top countries of origin of international students in France in Morocco 11% China 10% Algeria 8% Tunisia 5% Senegal 3% Germany 3% Italy 3% Cameroon 3% Vietnam 2% Spain 2% 12% 44% 9% 12% 22% 27% International students by level 11% 44% 30% BACHELOR 19% MASTER 41% DOCTORATE 5

6 Network & partners Local offices and member institutions Campus France s local offices promote education and training in France Campus France draws on a network of 175 local offices called Espaces in 108 countries. The local offices are staffed by more than 300 professionals Étudiant trained in France en mobilité and abroad en by 2009 Campus France in collaboration with the national conferences of institutions and the Agency s supervising ministries. Under the authority of the French Ambassadors, the local offices have two main purposes: To inform and advise students who are considering France as a destination for higher education. Staff help students identify suitable programs and provide guidance in complying with administrative and visa requirements prior to their departure. In some 30 countries where visas are required to enter France, an online system handles both administrative procedures and applications for academic admission. To assist the Campus France central office in organizing major events in host countries and in promoting French higher education at local universities and French international secondary schools. Campus France s 175 local offices in 108 countries 6

7 Campus France s 175 local offices, by region Europe Middle East 42 Asia Africa Americas Building partnerships to enhance France s profile as a study destination As detailed in the new Agency s founding decree of December 30, 2011, the Campus France Forum enables French higher education institutions to take an active part in the international student attractiveness policy of Campus France. Within the forum, institutions participate in topical committees on various aspects of international mobility, such as academic and logistical hosting arrangements for students in France; developing exchanges with North America; and perceptions of French higher education from a comparative and strategic perspective; among others. The member institutions of the former CampusFrance organization come together in the forum in order to develop recommendations for the board of directors of the new Campus France Agency. Breakdown of the 266 members of Campus France as of December 31, 2011 Language schools Other Specialized schools Art schools Catholic institutions 89 Universities and clusters Business schools Engineering schools

8 Promotion Marketing French higher education abroad Conceived and designed primarily for international students, Campus France s website, published in French, English, and Spanish, provides quick and easy access to comprehensive information on planning a period of study in France, from choosing a program from the online catalog to planning and financing the stay. To better respond to local demand, 61 country-specific websites in 29 different languages have been developed from the main site. In 2011, Campus France s websites received 11 million visits. Search engines Catalog of French higher education programs Catalog of doctoral programs Catalog of higher education programs taught in English CampusBourses catalog of grants and scholarships Catalog of summer sessions and French-language programs: short courses and cultural programs These sites provide access to specialized search engines and detailed information on higher education in France. 8

9 Profiles For those who seek detailed information, Campus France publishes numerous profiles in several languages: 60 subject area profiles 430 institutional profiles 200 student service profiles 8 degree profiles 7 research profiles 200 doctoral department profiles Information guides Choose France, a guide for prospective international students. Choose France provides basic information for students planning a period of study in France. > Resource Center Étudier en France après le Baccalauréat, a guide for graduates of French secondary schools abroad Produced in 2011 in cooperation with AEFE, the Agency for French overseas education, this guide is designed to help pupils of French high schools abroad, and their parents, make an informed choice from among the many postsecondary options available to them in France. International promotional events International student recruitment In 2011, Campus France s overseas offices and French Embassies abroad organized 1,500 events to promote French higher education. 35 major events coordinated by Campus France s head office attracted approximately 820 participating institutions and more than 300,000 visitors. Facilitating higher education cooperation The Agency implements other forms of promotional activities including theme-oriented missions, special tours to certain world regions, targeted institutional meetings that allow participants to negotiate interuniversity agreements, the promotion of doctoral programs, and scheduled appointments with students and doctoral candidates. In France, the annual Rencontres Campus France enable representatives of institutions to meet with members of staff of over 30 Campus France overseas offices. Country days focus on the higher education system of a given country and offer participants an update on bilateral cooperation in higher education. 9

10 Support Hosting international students and scholars For everyone Before departure Personal assistance from Campus France s local offices Campus France s worldwide network of 175 local offices plays a vital role in helping students plan a period of study in France. By informing, advising, and guiding students, the Agency s offices help them define a coherent study plan. In some countries, staff from the offices conduct personal interviews and help students carry out administrative procedures. The Espaces may also organize sessions on predeparture preparation and offer language training through the Alliance Française, the Institut Français, or other cultural organizations. For scholarship recipients Upon arrival in France Designed for 28,000 recipients of French and foreign government scholarships In cooperation with CNOUS and the CROUS network, Campus France assists international students in finding housing in university residences or in private rental housing. Campus France also helps students with administrative tasks such as registering for health insurance, completing residency permit procedures, opening a bank account, and so on. 10

11 For scholarship recipients During the stay in France, managing mobility programmes Assisting scholarship recipients In-country mobility services include disbursing scholarship payments, providing support to students and overseeing the academic progress of scholarship recipients. International mobility arrangements for French experts abroad and for foreign experts in France, and hosting VIP visitors For distinguished visitors, Campus France establishes madeto-measure specifications in cooperation with the inviting organization and oversees the visit from travel arrangements and airport pickup through personal assistance during the stay. For everyone After the study stay Campus France s mission extends to maintaining regular contact with international students once they have completed their stay in France. To accomplish that mission, Campus France cooperates closely with French Embassies abroad, many of which have already formed alumni networks under the name of Club France. With as many as 9,000 members (e.g. in China), these networks offer returning international students a way of staying in touch with France. Personal online accounts The Campus France website offers password-protected access for grant recipients, scholars, and experts whose period of mobility is managed by Campus France. 49,000 connexions were recorded in Club France Egypt online At the request of the Institut Français in Egypt, Campus France contributed to the creation of a website for former French government scholarship holders and alumni of the Pôle universitaire francophone in Egypt. 11

12 Coordination Facilitating academic and scientific exchanges and partnerships To better respond to the expectations of foreign governments, Campus France is developing a service to place students in institutions which are selected for their ability to deliver relevant training, including French language programs if necessary. Foreign government grant and scholarship programs Some examples Science without Borders : Launched in Brazil by CAPES and the CNPq, the program will provide 10,000 scholarships for study in France between 2012 and Madagascar Program: For nearly 20 years, Campus France has supported the Madagascan government by organizing a grant program that has enabled several thousand students in all subjects and at every academic level to follow a study program in France. Malaysia Program: For the past 10 years, Campus France has coordinated on behalf of the Malaysian government, scientific and technical programs in French higher education institutions. Campus France will continue to manage programs developed by CNOUS in cooperation with foreign governments, including those of Gabon, Iraq, Kazakhstan, and Vietnam. 12

13 French government programs French government scholarships The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs entrusts Campus France to administer the many scholarships that the country s diplomatic posts award each year to students, research scholars, and professionals following short-term training programs. Campus France also manages other mobility programs for students and scholars, among them the Eiffel Excellence Grants and the programs of AEFE, the Agency for French overseas education. Online mobility management of scholars To facilitate the Hubert Curien Partnerships joint research projects involving a French and a foreign research team Campus France has established online procedures for the submission and tracking of applications. Les sites internet The Campus France website allows users to submit applications to programs. The site provides a single resource for students, scholars, universities, and grandes écoles to learn about available opportunities and to submit applications. Campus France: providing consultancy services for international programs Campus France has also been commissioned with the development of various international programs: For the Mediterranean Office for Youth (MOY), a partnership linking 16 countries of the Mediterranean region, Campus France plays a three-part role: establishing the program, functioning as France s national operator and serving as the MOY General Secretariat for the purpose of conducting annual calls for tenders. The Entrepreneurs in Africa program supports the emergence of small and medium technology businesses in Africa through the participation of French-trained African graduates and managers living in France or in Africa. The originality of the program lies in the scientific, technological, and economic support offered to budding African businesses by French engineering schools. The mutual development grant program is designed to promote the mobility of Master s-level students from Serbia, Macedonia, and Montenegro. 13

14 International calls for tenders Building the European Higher Education Area Campus France and international calls for tenders Campus France responds to international calls for tenders and participates in numerous European projects in the fields of the promotion of European higher education, academic mobility, and higher education cooperation. The Agency coordinated the EHEF (European Higher Education Fairs) project, for the organisation of European fairs and high-level conferences in seven Asian countries with 2.6 million in funding from the European Commission. As leader of a consortium consisting of DAAD (Germany), Nuffic (Netherlands), the British Council (United Kingdom), Eurodoc (the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers, Belgium), and the Institute of International Education (United States), Campus France is implementing the PromoDoc project. PromoDoc s objectives are to increase the attractiveness of doctoral education in Europe and to facilitate access to doctoral programs among students from third countries, particularly industrialized countries or territories (Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States). Coordinated by CHE Consult (Centre for Higher Education), the IMPI project (Indicators for Mapping and Profiling Internationalisation) is designed to develop an indicator-based tool that will enable institutions to evaluate their degree of internationalization. 14

15 Research and studies For the benefit of all higher education institutions and a wide institutional audience, Campus France publishes analyses, and evaluative and comparative studies on various aspects of student mobility. The Dossiers Campus France focus on a particular country, examining mobility issues in the target area, the local higher education context and international competition to attract students from the area. Each issue of Notes Campus France puts the spotlight on a particular aspect of student mobility, such as support services, the distribution of international students in France, alumni networks, doctoral mobility, European agencies for the promotion of exchanges, university websites, student visas, and international academic rankings, among others. Each year, Chiffres Clés offers a complete comparative panorama of international student mobility accompanied by statistical profiles for each of the countries invited to the Rencontres Campus France that year. The Repères publications allow French and international experts to express their views on mobility issues. 15

16 Campus France in figures More than ,000 36, ,000 8,000 5,000 1, Several More than > staff members in Paris and more than 300 throughout the world. > higher education institutions associated with the Campus France Forum. > offices and annexes in 108 countries. > websites in 29 languages. More than 11 million visitors. > connections by French government scholarship holders to their online accounts. > study programs accessible by search engine. > searchable programs taught in English. > searchable grant programs. > detailed profiles on various aspects of French higher education. > international program agreements with foreign governments. > grants, including 16,700 French government scholarships. > French experts on missions. > distinguished visitors to France. > promotional events organized throughout the world in 2011 by Campus France s overseas offices and French Embassies abroad. > major events organized by Campus France in 2011, drawing 307,000 visitors and 817 participating institutions. > international programs (Mediterranean Office for Youth, Entrepreneurs in Africa, etc.) and projects related to calls for tenders (PromoDoc, IMPI, etc.) > publications aimed at higher education institutions and international mobility stakeholders in > million budget in Photos: All rights reserved CNRS Photothèque / François Jannin, p. 13. The French national Agency for the promotion of higher education, international student services, and international mobility May 2012

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