Related Groups
The Society maintains close links with other groups in Paris, whose vocation is also the promotion of various facets of Scottish culture, past and present.
The Paris Branch of the Franco-Scottish Society was founded in 1896. Its main aims are to promote good relations between France and Scotland, principally by the exchange of goodwill visits, lectures, research work in the historical and cultural fields as well as in the economic relationship between the two countries, and to welcome Scottish students. From September to June, the Association organises monthly talks on topics related to Scotland which are held in the historic Collège des Écossais in Paris’s Latin Quarter. 
RSCDS Paris Branch
The Paris Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society was created in 1984 in order to promote Scottish Country Dancing and offer the opportunity to learn and practise Scottish country dancing in France. It organises weekly dances, classes and half-day schools for beginners, intermediate and advanced dancers, in addition to an International Weekend every four years, bringing together dancers from all over the world.   
Alumni of the University of Edinburgh in France (A.U.E.F.)

The aim of the society is to promote links between former students of the University of Edinburgh, living in France or just passing through France. Anyone with an interest in the University of Edinburgh is welcome to become a member.

Clan MacKenzie
The aim of the French branch of the Clan MacKenzie Society is the study of the history, genealogy, geography and culture of Scotland and its traditions, along with encouraging the continuation of the long-standing close ties and friendship between the peoples of Scotland and of France, under the guidance of the Clan MacKenzie of Scotland. 
Clan Maclean
The Clan Maclean Association France is the only part of the Maclean Clan Worldwide network which is in a non-English speaking country. There are currently around 50 members (including children) who meet periodically. These meetings take the form of soirées and dinners in local (Parisian) restaurants. Every two years, a group assembles for the Scotland vs France Six Nations rugby match at the Stade de France.