Find an Academic Partner Institution

Find an Academic Partner Institution

Are you looking for a partner to create an exchange program? Our online platform will help you find the perfect match across the Atlantic to creates new partnership and build study abroad programs for your campus community.

The French Embassy in the U.S., the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, and the Embassy of the United States of America in France have joined forces to support transatlantic mobility and increase university collaboration. To that end, we created an online tool to facilitate finding a partner for student mobility and other types of exchanges in France and in the U.S.

Here’s how it works:

Complete the Online Form

This survey helps us understand who you are as an institution/department and what your needs and goals are in terms of internationalization. Think of it as a snapshot or institutional profile that will be used by our team and other institutions to get to know you and find the most suitable match.

How would you describe your institution? What are your main strengths in terms of internationalization and what are you looking for in a French/U.S. partner? We would also love to hear about your student mobility and exchange projects!  

Find a Match

Once you’ve completed our online form, your data will automatically be integrated into our data visualization platform.

Use our online platform to scan through the institutional profiles and look for a match. All profiles are recent and up to date. Filters and the search bar will help you find compatibilities with other institutions. The more precise you are the better.

Build a Strong and Sustainable Partnership

Higher Education Institutions must play an essential role in building strong partnerships and developing sustainable study-abroad models. We encourage you to apply to the Transatlantic Mobility Program with your newfound partner! If selected, you will receive a grant of up to $15,000 to increase and diversify student mobility between France and the U.S.