Online applications for art and architectures studies are open on CampusArt network website until February 11, 2016. • March 15, 2017: Results announced on the CampusArt platform. • March 30, 2017 – April 15, 2017: Students accept or decline admission offers on their CampusArt account • April 15, 2017: Deadline for students to confirm choice of school on their CampusArt account. • April 17, 2017: Preparation and submission of original certificates preregistration by institutionsread more
French authors Alice Zeniter and Emilie de Turckheim presented their latest novels at the Toronto French Book Fair.read more
The École nationale d’administration (ENA) was founded by a government order of 9th October 1945, under the auspices of General de Gaulle. ENA is a state administrative establishment which trains top level civil servants, preparing its students for careers in the highest ranks of the French administration: the “Conseil d’Etat” (State Council), the “Cour des Comptes” (Court of Auditors), the Inspectorates (General Inspectorates for Finance, for Administration, and for Social Affairs) and the prefectoral, diplomatic, and overseas trade promotion services. ENA also trains civil administrators and counsellors in administrative tribunals and regional courts of auditors, as well as administrators for the City of Paris.read more
Looking ahead to the COP21 conference, which takes place in Paris from November 30th to December 11th, 2015, the Embassy of France to Canada has invited students in Canada to contribute to an international performance based on the theme of “My city and the climate”.read more
Mathias Enard has just received France’s prestigious Prix Goncourt literary prize for his novel "Boussole" [Compass] . Delphine de Vigan earned the 2015 Prix Renaudot for her book "D’après une histoire vraie" [Based on a True Story].read more
The Alliance Française of Manitoba, based in Winnipeg, celebrates its 100 years of existence in 2015 with the slogan Celebrating 100 years of promoting French and its diverse culture in Manitoba!read more
COP21 – 24 Hours for the Climate – Projects with Francophone Students in Canada - videos screenings on the 30th of November !
Looking ahead to the COP21 conference, which takes place in Paris from November 30th to December 11th, 2015, the Embassy of France in Canada has invited French-speaking Canadian students to contribute to an international performance based on the theme of “My city and the climate”.read more