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About us ?

About us ?

The Tocqueville Fellowship was founded in 2003 by the Batoky Association. The generous support of Contribuables Associés made it possible. Since 2012, we are proud to count among our partners the Institut des Libertés and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Razel. & Mr. and Mrs. Claude Razel […]

Agenda 2018

Agenda 2018

The Tocqueville Fellowship is a highly competitive program. We will be accepting applications for the 2018 session on January 1.  February 28: Application deadline. From March 1st to March 7: Shortlist and telephone interviews with eligible candidates. Mid-March: One-on-one interviews and English test. Announcement of […]

Mission statement

Mission statement

The Tocqueville Fellowship is a one-of-a-kind program. It gives promising and liberty minded French students the opportunity to learn from seasoned political and civil society leaders in the U.S. Over the course of a fortnight, the Fellows strengthen their convictions, deepen their understanding of political […]

How to apply ?

How to apply ?

You are French and interested in entering the next class of Tocqueville Fellows? Send your resumé and cover letter before February 28 to contact@laboursetocqueville.fr. Visit the French page to know more about the application process.

The studies

The studies

Each fellow of the Tocqueville Fellowship must write a study, on their return from the United States. During the admission interview to the jury, candidates are strongly encouraged to present the topic they would like to work on. The final subject will however be determined […]

Videos and feedbacks

Videos and feedbacks

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