The Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE) is a government institution supervised by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development. It is responsible for monitoring and managing the network of French schools abroad including the Asia-Pacific Zone Project (PROZAP). It is the world’s largest educational network, with schools in 137 countries. It plays a key role in expanding France’s cultural and linguistic influence throughout the world and serves to boost the appeal of French higher education.
PROZAP, the Global Project of the Asia-Pacific Zone – PGZ II – defines the areas of progress necessary for the development of the institutions in the zone, and the
progress necessary for the development of schools in the zone,
in accordance with the directives of the AEFE, the Ministry of Europe
and Foreign Affairs and the French Ministry of Education.
It also takes into account the progress made and the points to be improved
of the PGZ I (2015-2018)