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December 23, 1922


JAMA. 1922;79(26):2175. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640260047023

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Relations of French Universities with Foreign Countries  In a recent number of the Revue de France, M. Firmin Roz has an interesting article on the relations of our universities to foreign countries. For a number of years we have made serious efforts to induce foreign teachers and students to visit France, and to open up the way for our teachers and students to reside for a time for study in some foreign country. The management of the matter has been entrusted chiefly to the Office national des universités et écoles françaises, which is the representative of the large institutions of higher learning. Every year, two American universities, Harvard and Columbia, open their classrooms to a representative of higher education from France. These French professors remain at their post for a year or at least one semester. With the school year 1921-1922 was begun the exchange of professors of applied science

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