Study in France ? Don’t miss the Nordic Online Meetings!

November 7, 2016 / November 25, 2016

Tallinn

Always thought about studying in France but do not know where to start ? The Nordic Online Meetings are here to help.

From 7 to 25 November 2016 will be held the Nordic Online Meetings' second edition. Many French higher education institutions will be represented on this online student fair dedicated to study opportunities in France.

This is a free and open online event, a fantastic opportunity for you to chat live with representatives of French institutions who will answer your questions about studying in France.

How to proceed ? Check first the Nordic Online Meetings website, or facebook page where the Q&A will be held. There you can also access the list of participating institutions as well as the programme of the event.

Discussions with the institutions will take place through thematic chats in which you will interact and ask your questions directly to them. Discussions are held in English.

Nordic Online Meetings is an event organised by Campus France Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Campus France Estonia will also be represented the whole duration of the event to answer any specific questions.

For questions related to the event, contact mathilde(at)ife.ee. We hope to see many of you !

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