Why not you?
5 Reasons to Study Abroad
Learn an International Language
French is the only language, apart from English, present on all 5 continents. Here are a few figures: 88 state members of the Francophonie, 300 million speakers and, 51 million learners.
Diversify your University Options
Speaking French gives you the opportunity to study in schools and universities abroad. Stay in the region and study at the Université des Antilles or Université de la Guyane or travel further to France, Canada and beyond.
Find a Job
The world today is big village! Speaking French is an asset to increase your chances in the job market in French Guyana and the French West Indies for example, as well as in France, Canada, and other European and African francophone countries.
Become a Global Citizen
As French is an official language for major international organizations like the United Nations, it is an advantage to join in global politics and comprehend a plurality of wordly perspectives.
Enrich your Culture
Discover a wide array of local Caribbean cultures; from Saint Barth to French Guyana, and all over the world, the diversity of French territories awaits your exploration!
Study in France after CAPE :
Non-European students not affected by the « Etudes en France » procedure must submit a « Demande d’Admission Préalable – DAP » (preliminary request for admission) to enrol in the first year of a training at “Licence” (Bachelor’s) degree course. For other levels, they must contact the institute concerned.
For more information check the Campus France Website Enrolment without the « Studying in France » procedure | Campus France or email email@example.com .
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Discover our Campus France Corner, where we can assist you in your mobility project and answer your questions. There you will find all the information you need to build your study project abroad with the help of a guidance counselor.
Explore your opportunities in France
Campus France is an agency cofunded by The Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires Étrangères and The Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur, de la Recherche et de l’Innovation to promote the French higher education system. It provides information to students and institutions to assist those who wish to pursue academic projects at an institution of higher education in France.
Campus France’s team is available to provide you with information about universities’ and colleges’ majors, as well as different aspects of life in France (studies, housing, visas, etc.). Campus France accompanies students in the building and the shaping of their academic projects, making success achievable and rewarding.
The Alliance Française helps you reach the language level required by French universities (B2 level for courses taught in French): the two national language diplomas generally requested are the TCF and the DELF / DALF. These diplomas are delivered by the Alliance Française, the only locally recognized examination centre.
Campus France is a compulsory step in the procedure of obtaining a student visa for stays of more than 3 months. You can find all relevant information on the French Embassy website.
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Become a foreign language assistant in France
Would you like to work in France?
Would you like to improve your level of French and your knowledge of France? Meet new people? Share your culture and language with French people?
Would you like to contribute to the development of exchanges between students, teachers and pupils? Is this type of experience required for your future career?
Become an English Assistant
The PEALV – English Assistants Program allows native English speakers to go to France for about 7 months to teach English to primary and secondary school pupils. Its general objective is to permit language assistants to familiarise themselves with French language and civilisation while bringing the authenticity of their native language and the richness of their culture to French schools and the children they teach to.
Are you eligible? Candidates must
-Be a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago or Barbados OR a citizen of an OECS country -Be a native English speaker
-Have done their secondary and tertiary education in Trinidad and Tobago or Barbados -Be between 20-35 years old
-Be currently a registered student of a tertiary education institution in Trinidad and Tobago or Barbados. Candidates need to have completed their second year of undergraduate studies or higher by the time they take up their assignment in France.
Candidates not currently registered as university students will only be considered in the event of a failure of the contingent to fill all allocated positions
-Possess a good level in French (B1 or higher on the Common European Reference Framework for Languages). For more information on the CERF, see page 13 of the application form or please contact the Responsable de Langues at the email address below.