The French Institute in Romania is organizing together with Campus France Romania the Virtual Fair of study programs in France and of French-language university courses in Romania, the French Institute in Romania said in a release on Wednesday, according to AGERPRES.
"Le salon virtuel des études en France et des formations francophones en Roumanie" - running between February 25 and March 5 - is intended not only for high schoolers, students and parents, but also for education professionals.
The event presents the programs offered by several higher education institutions in France, the French-language university courses available in Romania and the double degree programs between Romania and France.
The guest schools include the National Graduate School of Chemistry of Rennes, CESI École d'Ingénieurs - a private higher-education institution with 25 campuses in France, the hospitality business management school Vatel Bordeaux - école de tourisme et hôtellerie, EDHEC Business School operating from campuses in Lille, Nice, Paris, but also in London and Singapore, the French - Romanian Law College of European Studies that offers a double bachelor's degree from the Law Faculty of the Bucharest University and the University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, the Faculty of Economics of the West University of Timisoara, the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, which offers bachelor's and master's programs in French.
The workshops for youth cover a variety of fields: engineering, medicine, political science, law, business management, tourism, communication, languages and arts. There will also be days dedicated to medical studies or artistic fields, with several guest schools, but also webinars on application procedures and possibilities for the funding of studies.
The fair will be also attended by Romanian students and former French Government scholarship holders, members of the France Alumni Roumanie network who will interact with students and share their international experiences. The League of Romanian Students in France will host a webinar on the many facilities for students in France such as low-fare public transportation, the 1-euro meals in university restaurants for all students, social and financial aid from the French state.
Participation in webinars and workshops is free, and registrations are open at: http://bit.ly/Salonvirtuel. The detailed program is available at https://www.facebook.com/events/133054888686842 and at https://www.facebook.com/CampusFranceRo.