Twinning


Twinning represents a moral contract between two cities without any time limit and encompasses a multidisciplinary field of action, and a direct involvement of people within the exchanges.

All the twin cities of Clermont-Ferrand have developed bilateral conventions with our two universities, the student exchange is consequently well developed. In this framework, the city of Clermont-Ferrand offers municipal grants to students of Clermont-Ferrand who are undertaking an internship or a stay in our twin cities. Grants Application Form can be obtained at the International Relations Office of High educational establishments.

 

 

 

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  • Aberdeen (Scotland)
    Signature of the twinning pact: July 2nd 1983. Population: 220 420 inhabitants in 2011 Geographical situation: 3rd Largest City in Scotland, in the Region of the Grampians, North-East of Scotland
  • Braga (Portugal)
    Signature of the cooperation agreement: December 8th 1999 Population: 181,819 inhabitants Geographical situation : 3rd Largest City in Portugal, Braga is the capital of the Region Minho ( North-West)
  • Gomel (Belarus)
    Signature of the twinning agreement: October 21st 1977 Population: 491 790 inhabitants Geographical situation: 2nd city in Belarus, Gomel is situated in the South-East of the country.
  • Norman (United States)
    Signature of the twinning agreement: April 18th 1994 Population: 113,273 inhabitants Geographical situation: State of Oklahoma , South-West of the U.S.A
  • Oviedo (Spain)
    Signature of the twinning agreement: October 14th 1988 Population: 214, 883 inhabitants Geographical situation: North West of Spain, Regional capital of Asturias
  • Regensburg (Germany)
    Signature of the twinning agreement: May 12th 1969 Population: 150,000 inhabitants Geographical situation: Land of Bavaria, South-East Germany
  • Salford (England)
    Signature of the twinning agreement: May 15th 1966 Population: 240,000 inhabitants Geographical situation: North West England, Region of Greater Manchester.