What`s Campus France?

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What`s Campus France?
Studujte v Francii
2014
Campus France
Agence française pour la promotion de l’enseignement supérieur,
l’accueil et la mobilité internationale
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What’s Campus France?

Campus France provides
informations for czech students
who want to come to France for
studies:

the different schools and
universities in France related to
your field of study

How to apply in France, with or
without exchange programm

Find a student grant
Pratical advices and help:
For writting a CV or motivation Letter in
french, apply for a student grant,
certifying your czech documents,
find accomodation…
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Why choosing France for your studies?

France welcomes more and more foreign students each year, and
almost 290 000 in 2012-2013

Lots of advantages for students in France: discounts for museums,
cinemas, cheaper accomodation…
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French is a key language for future:

more than 200 millions of people speaking french around the
worldand
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France is the 5th world econimic power, ans several multinational
companies, such as Danone, Total, Peugeot, Airbus, Alcatel…
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France is the first touristic destination in the world, with 83 millions of
tourists in 2013
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French system of studies
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The baccalauréat is the high school
diploma enabling to follow studies at
university
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France has got the LMD system:
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Licence (Bakalař) within 3 years
Master (Magistr) within 2 years

recherche: with a small thesis at the
end of the second year
Professionnel: with a compulsory
internship
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Doctorat (doktorat) within 3 years
You can search the master degree you’re
interested in on our website:
http://www.campusfrance.org/fria/lm/master.html
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Higher education institutions
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Universities: all fields of studies
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« Grandes écoles »: prestigious schools with an entry test, for
engineering or business studies
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Specialised schools: public or privates, they are specialised in Art or
architecture
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Instituts d’études politiques: public institutes specialised in political
sciences, applied for working in high administration, buisiness or
journalism
Study in France: How do I apply?
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What level of french, and what exam?
Each university has its own criteria
→ The recommended level of French: B2 for
most of the universities, or C1 for Art
schools (DELF or DALF may be required).
→ Diploma? Each university decides on the
equivalence of diplomas
→ there is no exam for enrolling university
→ Some programs can be studied in
English.
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how much does it cost?
→ Licence: 183 €
→ Master: 254 €
→ Doctorat: 388 €
 Ingeeniring school: 606 €
 Private schools: between 3000 and 10 000 €
Alternative to private business schools: IAE,
schools attached to universities.
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Several steps:

Sending an application between February and April (language
diploma, diploma supplement, CV ...)
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If needed, apply for a student accomodation with CROUS, with filling up a
DSE [dossier social étudiant] online
https://dse.orion.education.fr/depot/

The administrative record, which confirms the receipt (in France)
(Czechs, like all members of the European Union do not need a
visa)

Educational enrollment, free (in France)
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scholarship programs
 Erasmus grant:
The possibility of using a scholarship Erasmus (max. 1 year),
with no registration fees. You must notify the Department
for International Relations by your university.
 ESC Troyes, Tourism management,
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Specific programs (Master): bourse Eiffel, master Ile de
France, Sciences-po Bourse…
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« free movers » program  international office of your faculty
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Scholarships “sur critères sociaux”: www.cnous.fr
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Grants from universities or regions. Ex: Audencia Business
school in Nantes, Lille School of management…
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CampusBourses Database on www.studia-francie.cz and
www.ifp.cz
Doing a doctorat in France
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Czech students and french doctorat:
A growing proportion of foreign students for doctorats in France:
291 czech doctorants in french universities in 2008, 315 in 2012
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300 « écoles doctorales » in France, find yours!
promodoc.eu

http://d.campusfrance.org
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The franco-czech co-tutelle: the french ambassy
scholarships for mobility of doctorants:
- A double degree, french and czech, with 3 periods of mobility of 5
months each. All mobility fees financed by Campus France. More
information with Romain Garbage: [email protected]
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Czechs in France
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830 Czech students in
France (2012 - 2013)
Všeobecné
lékařství Přirodovědné
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More than 40% of Philosophy and Humanities
20%: Economic Science and the economic
and social governance
Social networks for czech students.
Example: « petite prague » in Paris petiteprague-
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obory Sportovní
Farmacie Zubní lékařství
5%
Právo - Politické
studia
vědy
13%
20%
[email protected]
Hospodářské
vědy Hospodářská a
Filozofie -
sociální správa
Humanitní vědy
20%
42%
Where to find us?
• www.republiquetcheque.campusfrance.org
• Prague: ✉ [email protected]
✆ 221 401 050
• A Brno: [email protected]
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