The nationwide FranceMobil network consists of 12 young FranceMobil-lecturers from France whom the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO), the Institut français Germany and the Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation send to Germany every year. FranceMobil is also supported by the Deutsch-Französisches Institut (dFI) Erlangen, the publishing house Ernst Klett Verlag and the Federal State of Hesse. 

With vehicles provided by Renault Germany, the lecturers travel across Germany in order to promote the French language and culture in a lighthearted way in schools and to inform students about the possibilities of participating in exchange programs. All age groups and school types, including vocational schools, are addressed, with a particular focus on those students about to choose a second foreign language.

The FranceMobil program, like its counterpart in France, is supported by Olaf Scholz, First Mayor of Hamburg and Plenipotentiary for Franco-German Cultural Cooperation and Jean-Michel Blanquer, Minister of Education in France. In 2004 both programs were awarded the Adenauer-de-Gaulle Award for their exemplary commitment to Franco-German cooperation.