Here are some useful websites to land a job, scholarship or research grant in the scientific field in France.
STUDY IN FRANCE.
If you are 18+ legal US resident, and planing to attend classes in the French Higher Education system: Campus France, is a service of the French Embassy to promote study in France to students and institutions in the United States.
If you are a doctoral student, registered in a US university, see below.
RESEARCH IN FRANCE.
If you are a doctoral student, registered in a US university, you can apply for a grant from the Chateaubriand Program
If you are a researcher : Fondation Kastler, is a national foundation which aims to facilitate foreign researchers’ visits to France.
A series of materials provided by Science Careers, the online magazine edited by Science magazine on career development :
Living and Working in France—Feature Index.
Finding Your Way Around the French Research System (The French research system).- On how to get funded for a research stay in France (The France-Stanford fund has been omitted).
A Troubleshooting Guide to Landing in France.
Experiencing France (3 witnesses talk about their expriences).
Vin, Pain, et Science (French culture, in the working place, and beyond).
Science Careers home page.
Science related job opportunities in Europe:
EURAXESS - Link A networking tool for European researchers in the US, which also provides information on science matters in Europe, including job opportunities.
Applying online for a visa to stay in France:
The General Consulate online registration system
The “Skills and Talent” Card visa (Carte Compétences & Talents)
See also our Career Opportunities section on our homepage.
More links from EduFrance:
Summaries of study programs in France.
For summaries of schools of higher education in France, click here.
EduFrance also has a webpage to help young people understand the French higher education system and determine the different schooling paths available.