Emmanuel Macron described the establishment of new French language learning facilities across the nation, complete with an international curriculum and a network of French alliances. A month after Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Paris as the main guest of France’s National Day last year, French President Emmanuel Macron announced on Friday that 30,000 Indian students would be invited to study in France, ahead of India’s 75th Republic Day celebrations. The French president announced plans to invite about 30,000 students to study in France in a post on X (formerly Twitter).
2030: Thirty thousand Indian students in France. Although it’s a very lofty goal, I’m committed to achieving it. Macron explained how.
The French president gave an explanation of how new language learning facilities are being established in the nation, complete with an international curriculum and a network of French alliances. He continued by saying that France would help Indian alumni obtain visas to enter the nation.
Seeking excellence is the reason for visiting France. With the French for All, French for a Better Future initiative, we are introducing new avenues for students to study French in public schools. We are expanding the Alliances Francaises network by adding new language learning facilities. We are developing international courses that will enable students to study French in public schools. We are developing international courses that will enable students who attended school in France to enroll in our universities with the visa application process. According to Macron, the QS ranking lists 35 French universities, while the Times Higher Education ranking lists roughly 15 of them.
As of right now, the QS ranking lists 35 universities, while the Times Higher Education lists roughly 15. France and India have a great deal to do together, both now and in the future. It continued. With you, our young people, we will achieve this through cooperation, trust, and friendship. Following the announcement, the French embassy in India implemented several measures in September 2023, one of which was the introduction of a five-year Schengen visa for short stays, with the aim of drawing in more Indian students. The programs fall under the category of people-to-people ties, which is one of the three pillars of the strategic partnership between the two nations.
The president of France, who is also the main guest for the 75th Republic Day celebration, wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India a happy Republic Day in a different post. Indians, my friend @NarendraModi Best wishes for a happy Republic Day to you! I feel excited and honored to be with you, here. Let’s rejoice! Following the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration to mark 75 years of the nation’s independence, President Vroupdi Murmu will lead the nation in the great festivities of its journey of Amrit Kaal.