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France Introduces Series Of Measures To Welcome 30,000 Indian Students by 2030

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New Delhi: French President Emmanuel Macron, who graced the occasion as the chief guest at the Republic Day parade, unveiled a series of initiatives aimed at bolstering educational ties between India and France. With a vision to surpass 30,000 Indian students in France by 2030, he announced measures to address the language barrier and streamline the visa process.

Highlighting France’s appeal as a study destination offering top-notch education at affordable tuition rates, Macron stressed the importance of overcoming language barriers. He revealed plans to establish international classes in universities catering to students unfamiliar with French, alongside efforts to integrate French language instruction into public schools.

Addressing concerns about access to French language education, Macron underscored the launch of the “French for All, French for a Better Future” initiative and the expansion of Alliances Françaises centers for learning French. Additionally, he emphasized the simplification of visa procedures for Indian students who have previously studied in France.

In a statement posted on official channels, Macron expressed confidence in the collaboration between India and France, particularly through youth engagement and cooperation. He concluded by affirming the shared commitment to progress and friendship between the two nations.

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