French Days On Campus: Adelaide sets its clocks to French time! [fr]
On the 15th, 16th and 17th of this May, the three universities of South Australia (University of South Australia, Flinders University, University of Adelaide) will successively host the “French Day On Campus”.
The French Day On Campus is a unique opportunity for students and research professors from Australian universities to discover everything that France has to offer: learning French language, discovering French culture, mobility to France, scientific partnerships, and also opportunities for professional experience.
On the agenda: meeting with the French institutions present in South Australia (the Embassy, Campus France, Alliance Française, FACCI), French companies (Naval Group, Pernod Ricard, Dassault Systems ...), information sessions on studies and research in France, conferences, student meetings with the Ambassador of France, and also music, cinema and of course, gastronomy.
A delegation of about twenty representatives from French universities and Grandes Ecoles (Ecole Polytechnique, ENSTA ParisTech, ENSTA Bretagne, Centrale Supelec, Centrale Lyon, Centrale Marseille, IMT Atlantic, University of Western Brittany, University of Nantes, University Panthéon-Assas , University Rennes 1) will make the trip to meet Australian students, encouraging them to discover France and strengthening partnerships with universities in South Australia.
To find out more about the program of each French Day, visit the websites of the universities that will host the event:
May 15, University of South Australia http://unisa.edu.au/frenchday
May 16, Flinders University https://www.flinders.edu.au/engage/culture/whats-on/french-day
May 17, University of Adelaide https://www.adelaide.edu.au/pvci/events/french/
The French Days On Campus are organised by the Embassy of France in Australia through its service Campus France Australia, UniSA, Flinders University, The University of Adelaide and with the participation of the Alliance Française of Adelaide, the FACCI (French Australian Chamber of Commerce) and the Government of South Australia.