French Universities and Higher Education Institutes as well as French Agency “Campus France” will attend as exhibitors at the University Expo Qatar 2019 starting tomorrow at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
University Expo Qatar 2019 will gather more than 100 universities from 15 different countries. The exhibition will enable students, parents, school counsellors and career advisers to get detailed information on studies in France.
It will also offer an opportunity to launch in Qatar the new “Bienvenue en France/Choose France” worldwide campaign. This initiative aims at reinforcing the position of France as a privileged destination for higher studies.
Four French institutions – “Campus France”, the French agency for the promotion of the French higher education system, HEC Paris in Qatar, ESSEC Business School and CESI Engineering School – will exhibit international student services and international mobility.
Franck Gellet, ambassador of France said, “France welcomes many international students and we are very pleased that for this important event, students and parents in Qatar will have the opportunity to meet important French institutions and discuss with them about the opportunities of studying in France.”
France is the fourth destination in the world for international students, with 72 Universities, 225 engineering schools, 220 business schools, 120 art schools, 20 architecture schools and 3,000 other specialised institutions (health, journalism, fashion, design, hospitality).
French universities and colleges currently welcome more than 340,000 international
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