MICEFA is a non-profit consortium in which most Parisian universities are members. It was created in 1985 in order to promote cultural and scientific cooperation between France and the US. Learn more.
The Universite d'Orleans is located in the city of Orleans, France, one hour from Paris and just minutes from the famous chateaux of the Loire River Valley. Founded in 1306 by Pope Clement V, the school has been an important center of learning since that time. Currently, about 17,000 students are enrolled in its academic programs, which include Law, Economics, Management, History, Geography, Linguistics, Literature, Foreign Languages, Classical Languages, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology, Geology and other fields. Learn more.
Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci (PULV)! is a different kind of higher education institution. The university was created in 1995 on the initiative of the Conseil Général des Hauts-de-Seine (Hauts-de-Seine General Council), with a mission to blaze a new trail across the French higher education landscape. Learn more.
Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University provides teaching for 40,000 students a year in the fields of science and technology, health and sport. It is situated on 13 different sites in four of the principal centres of activity of the Rhône-Alpes region of France : the cities of Lyon, Saint-Etienne and Bourg-en-Bresse and the town of Roanne. The University largely contributes to the development of this region through its partnerships with local and national companies and the regional authorities. Learn more.