Campus France Estonia now has its own Facebook page !

For non-French people who want to study in France, Campus France is the place to go. This French agency has three main missions : promoting French higher education worldwide, supervizing the mobility of students, researchers and French experts, and supporting French institutions that want to expand their activies abroad. This is the agency to turn to when you want to get a French degree. 

The Estonian branch of Campus France is here, at the French Institute, and it (finally) has its own Facebook page !

You will find informations regarding higher education in France for foreign students, such as the opening of new Bachelors or Masters, opportunities for doctoral partnerships between French and foreign research centers, how to apply to scholarships from the French government... We will post regularly to keep you informed, so don't hesitate to like and subscribe

This page is also a way for you to have a faster and more direct contact with us : even though the email adress, tallinn@campusfrance.org, is still available, the Facebook chat is much quicker and we will answer to your questions as fast as we can !

You can also find these informations on this website, at the page study in France.

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