Students will get a detailed presentation of course options in France, visa facilitation measures and scholarship opportunities. They will also gain a better understanding of career opportunities in the 450 French companies present in India today. It would also include an interactive Q & A followed by a one on one counseling session for those interested.

Campus France is the governmental agency promoting French higher education, functioning under the aegis of the Embassy of France in India. It currently has offices in ten Indian cities: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai Pune and Kochi. Indian students come to Campus France to meet the Campus France counsellors, who provides them with documentation and advice on studies in France. They also give guidance on visa process for students.

In order to provide a boost for Indian students, the French Embassy has developed several scholarship programmes tailored to train the brightest students in India. Indian students who wish to study in France can now apply for more than 300 scholarships worth over one million euros for the academic year 2014-15,which corresponds to an increase of almost one crore rupees compared to 2013-14 and a 15% increase in the number of scholarships.
In addition to that France offers a wide number of programs taught in English. There is a stay back option of 2 years for Indian students. Also 5 year Schengen circulation visa is also offered to Indian students  with French degree at the Masters or Phd level.