French higher education institutions are active overseas but a lack of national and institutional strategies means the country’s transnational education lags behind the UK, US and Australia, a government-sponsored think tank has said.
New research reveals that 2 in 3 students in higher education in France currently have no overseas study experience, despite participation numbers in some sort of study experience abroad rising. Campus France is keen to understand why.
The French President, François Hollande, has recently announced a national plan for student life (Plan National de Vie Étudiante) in France. Included in the 35 measures of PNVE is a commitment to improving residence rights for international student graduates.