Launch of the 2016 Campus France Australie Virtual Fair for Higher Education and Research and Innovation in France [fr]
The first edition of the Campus France Australie Virtual Fair has been launched on Monday the 15th of February 2016.
Campus France Australie Virtual Fair is designed to promote French Higher Education and Research and Innovation for Australian institutions. Students are also welcomed to visit the Virtual Fair.
This event is organised by the Embassy of France in Australia and Campus France Australie with the support of France Alumni Australie, the Consulate-General of France in Sydney, the network of the Alliance Française in Australia, and Atout France in Australia.
The 2015 edition, which was open from November 16 to December 19, was a trial version designed to prepare the 2016 edition.
The 2016 edition, which will be open from February 15 to April 22, will commence two weeks before the APAIE (Asia-Pacific Association for International Education) International Conference and Exhibition 2016, which will be held in Melbourne from February 29 to March 3 2016.
The Virtual Fair will be included in APAIE 2016‘s list of additional events.
56 French exhibitors are participating. The virtual fair comprises of 3 halls, with each hall grouping institution exhibitor booths thematically (Business, Fashion & Art, French language schools; Universities and Research & Innovation institutions, Engineering and Sciences Schools).
This virtual format allows us to be in contact long-distance with overseas universities, existing partners or potential candidates of your institution.
Visiting the Virtual Fair, your institution will have the chance to benefit from the numerous advantages offered by the virtual nature of the fair:
• An interactive and modern presentation of French institutions (videos, photos, online brochures, etc.)
• Long-distance communication with exhibitors of the Virtual Fair using the internal messaging service
• Mailing Lists (for those registered to the Virtual Fair website) for future communication