04 April 2014

Made in France: let’s ditch the stereotypes!

Capture your love for France in a video and you can win a trip to France or New Caledonia.

The competition

There may be many stereotypes about France – but can you see France as an evolving nation in a globalised world? Through this video competition, you are invited to reflect on France’s areas of excellence in 2014.

Topics can include innovation, economy, culture, design, tourism, student life and more. The video must be one to two minutes in duration. Acceptable languages are English and/or French.

This competition is open to all Australian and international students (except French citizens living in Australia) currently enroled in an Australian university aged 18 to 30.

Prizes

• an economy class return airfare to France for the best video recorded in English

• an economy class return airfare to New Caledonia for the best video recorded in French – only students enrolled in a department of French Studies are eligible.

Dates

Submissions close on 7 July 2014 at 5 pm.

This competition is presented by the Embassy of France and the Government of New Caledonia in partnership with Campus France Australia.

For more information, go to Made in France: let’s ditch the stereotypes!.

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