PUF supports international educational exchanges, joint degree programs and training courses (at master’s, doctoral and post-doctoral levels), and joint research projects. Since its creation, PUF has supported 71 partnerships involving more than 80 French and American institutions.
The Initiative for Transatlantic Friendship and Mobility, announced by the Department of State and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs on May 13, 2014, and endorsed by AAU (Association of American Universities), APLU (the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities), NAFSA (Association of International Educators) and IIE (the Institute of International Education), aims to strengthen the historic ties between the United States and France by doubling the number of students from France and the United States studying abroad in our respective countries, by 2025.
Certainly, geometry in the 21st century with physical application, will involve the study of new kinds of objects with categorical structures playing a primordial role. Maxim Kontsevich has been a force of nature in creating these new categorical structures in the last 20 years.
On October 9th, 2014, Consul General of France Pauline Carmona decorated Robert Pogue Harrison with the insigna of Chevalier of the Order of Arts et Lettres for his commitment and dedication to French-related research fields.
The application to the 2015-2016 Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF) is now available at https://www.tapif.org.
École Nationale d'Administration : International cycles 3 cycles of long-term training are open to foreign public agents and civil servants
From July 6th to July 16th, 82 French-speaking young people from over 60 countries were welcomed in Paris through the LabCitoyen 2014 program, an init
The United States and France express their support for the Transatlantic Friendship and Mobility Initiative promoting increased student and junior researcher mobility and exchanges.
The United States, Israel and France are coming together on Monday June 30th at the Cardozo School of Law to launch a “Trilateral Innovation Forum”.
At the French Consulate we are pleased to warmly congratulate Saiful Saleem, recent graduate of Boston University who is the proud winner of the First Excellence Award of the Consulate General of France in Boston for the most remarkable student in French culture and language.
On May 7th, the Office for Science and Technology (OST) of the French Consulate in Houston in collaboration with the European Union Delegation to the United States, the UK Science and Innovation Network and the Consulates of Italy, Spain and Germany in Houston organized a Worshop on European Union programmes at the University of Texas MD Anderson Medical Center in Houston.