Education

Dec 8 2017

France Scores An F in Education #education #problems

#education problems # France Scores An F in Education Every June, toward the end of the school year, a ritual takes place in France that speaks volumes about a nation that is both passionately proud of its education system and, at the same time, deeply worried about why it has gone so awry. It is the publication, in most national newspapers and on dozens of websites, of the questions posed in the philosophy paper that, by tradition, kicks off the baccalaur at school-leaving exams. In most countries, philosophy isn’t a subject taught in secondary school at all, and even where …

Nov 8 2017

France s Educational System #education #system

#education system # 15 million pupils and students, i.e. a quarter of the population, are in the education system. Just over 2 million are in higher education. In 1999, France’s GDP was close to FF 9,000 billion (EUR 1,330 billion), i.e. FF 150,000 (EUR 22,000) per inhabitant. Of this total, just over FF 600 billion (EUR 95 billion) were devoted to initial or continuing education: 7.2% of GDP. As far as school education spending is concerned, France is in a middle position, behind the Nordic countries (Sweden and Denmark), but fairly significantly ahead of Italy and Japan. France has a …

Nov 6 2017

France Scores An F in Education #education #problems

#education problems # France Scores An F in Education Every June, toward the end of the school year, a ritual takes place in France that speaks volumes about a nation that is both passionately proud of its education system and, at the same time, deeply worried about why it has gone so awry. It is the publication, in most national newspapers and on dozens of websites, of the questions posed in the philosophy paper that, by tradition, kicks off the baccalaur at school-leaving exams. In most countries, philosophy isn’t a subject taught in secondary school at all, and even where …

Oct 16 2017

Short programs > CampusFrance #campus #france, #campus #france, #campusfrance, #campusfrance, #campus, #edufrance, #education, #study, #france,

# Short programs, most of which require 2 or 3 years of study, are abundant in the areas of business, manufacturing, and services. Many short programs are offered in multidisciplinary institutes affiliated with universities or specialized schools. Because the curriculum always includes at least one internship with a commercial enterprise, short programs offer a practical, relevant introduction to the job market. Most short programs are highly selective in their admissions. The brevet de technicien supérieur (BTS) Offered in the upper technical sections (STS) of vocational secondary schools, BTS programs require 2 years of study (120 ECTS credits). They are designed …

Aug 13 2017

Network n i – Study Engineering in France #network #n+i, #engineer, #study #in #france, #dipl�me

# Study Engineering in France Start your application now in Session 1 for better chances of selection by the engineering institutes. Check the 2018 schedule for details. http://www.nplusi.com/articles/185/Schedule Registration for the new campaign 2017-2018 is opened Welcome to the first n+i students who arrive today, July 15th,2017. They will join their PIL center for intensive french courses during this summer. At the “Research and Innovation” meetings organized by Campus France in Paris, the President of Network “n+i”. Jean Michel Nicolle, on behalf of the CDEFI, presented Mrs Fr�d�rique VIDAL Minister of Higher Education for Research And innovation a letter co-signed …

Apr 4 2017

France s Educational System #education #system

#education system # 15 million pupils and students, i.e. a quarter of the population, are in the education system. Just over 2 million are in higher education. In 1999, France’s GDP was close to FF 9,000 billion (EUR 1,330 billion), i.e. FF 150,000 (EUR 22,000) per inhabitant. Of this total, just over FF 600 billion (EUR 95 billion) were devoted to initial or continuing education: 7.2% of GDP. As far as school education spending is concerned, France is in a middle position, behind the Nordic countries (Sweden and Denmark), but fairly significantly ahead of Italy and Japan. France has a …

Apr 1 2017

France Scores An F in Education #education #problems

#education problems # France Scores An F in Education Every June, toward the end of the school year, a ritual takes place in France that speaks volumes about a nation that is both passionately proud of its education system and, at the same time, deeply worried about why it has gone so awry. It is the publication, in most national newspapers and on dozens of websites, of the questions posed in the philosophy paper that, by tradition, kicks off the baccalaur at school-leaving exams. In most countries, philosophy isn’t a subject taught in secondary school at all, and even where …

Mar 24 2017

Teaching Assistant Program in France #education #ministry #usa

#education ministry usa # Teaching Assistant Program in France Are you ready to expand your cultural horizons and share your language and culture with French students? The Teaching Assistant Program in France offers you the opportunity to work in France for 7 months, teaching English to French students of all ages. Each year, over 1,100 American citizens and permanent residents teach in public schools across all regions of metropolitan France and in the overseas departments of French such as Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion. Visit our Prospective Applicants section to find out how you can gain valuable teaching experience, improve …

Nov 23 2016

France s Educational System #education #system

#education system # 15 million pupils and students, i.e. a quarter of the population, are in the education system. Just over 2 million are in higher education. In 1999, France’s GDP was close to FF 9,000 billion (EUR 1,330 billion), i.e. FF 150,000 (EUR 22,000) per inhabitant. Of this total, just over FF 600 billion (EUR 95 billion) were devoted to initial or continuing education: 7.2% of GDP. As far as school education spending is concerned, France is in a middle position, behind the Nordic countries (Sweden and Denmark), but fairly significantly ahead of Italy and Japan. France has a …

Nov 21 2016

France Scores An F in Education #education #problems

#education problems # France Scores An F in Education Every June, toward the end of the school year, a ritual takes place in France that speaks volumes about a nation that is both passionately proud of its education system and, at the same time, deeply worried about why it has gone so awry. It is the publication, in most national newspapers and on dozens of websites, of the questions posed in the philosophy paper that, by tradition, kicks off the baccalaur at school-leaving exams. In most countries, philosophy isn’t a subject taught in secondary school at all, and even where …