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Emmanuel Macron: France Aims to Welcome 30,000 Indian Students by 2030
This exciting plan is not just about numbers; it’s about giving Indian students more chances to study in France. President Macron's idea is to make it simpler for Indian students to understand and be a part of the French education system. Initiatives like 'Campus France,' started in 2018, have already helped many Indian students get information and support for studying in France. 

by Pragti Sharma / 26 Jan 2024 23:27 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 156

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French President Emmanuel Macron has set a big goal - he desires France to host 30,000 Indian students by the year 2030. This announcement was part of President Macron's visit to India during the 75th Republic Day celebration. The plan is all about making it easier for Indian students to learn French, offering them more educational options, and strengthening the bond between India and France.



President Macron shared his determination on social media, saying, "30,000 Indian students in France in 2030. It’s a very ambitious target, but I am determined to make it happen." The plan involves launching special programs like 'French for All, French for a Better Future' to introduce French language learning in public schools. There are also efforts to expand places where students can learn French and create special classes for international students.




30,000 Indian students in France in 2030.



It’s a very ambitious target, but I am determined to make it happen.



Here’s how: pic.twitter.com/QDpOl4ujWb


— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) January 26, 2024


This exciting plan is not just about numbers; it’s about giving Indian students more chances to study in France. President Macron's idea is to make it simpler for Indian students to understand and be a part of the French education system. Initiatives like 'Campus France,' started in 2018, have already helped many Indian students get information and support for studying in France.



With more Indian students heading to France - a 20% increase already - these efforts are making a real impact. This isn't just about books and classrooms; it's about Indian and French students sharing experiences, learning from each other, and building stronger connections. As this plan unfolds, it promises to offer Indian students exciting learning adventures and open up new opportunities.


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