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Why Study in France?
~ Schengen Country (Student gets the Visa for 28 Countries)
~ Only €8,000 to be shown as maintenance money in bank (Educational loans accepted)
~ No need for apostle of documents
~ No need for translations & embassy validations (if documents are in English)
~ Visa in 15 days (approx)
~ 5 years Long term circulatory visa for Indian students who complete Master's from France
~ More than 450 English-language programmes at either undergraduate or Master’s level
~ IELTS Requirement 6.0 (Exemption available after Skype interview)
~ Student can have exchange programme with other European universities as well.
~ For international students 964 Hours/year are legally permitted by the French government.
~ 10€/hour is the minimum salary fixed by the French Government.
~ All Indian students granted a permission to stay in the country for two years upon their successful completion of higher education.
>> 3 years Bachelor's Degree Programs
>> 2 Years Master’s Degree
>> 1 Year Master's Degree
>> 4 Years Bachelor’s Degree holders may apply for direct 2nd Year MBAs
>> 3 Years Bachelor’s Degree holders with 2 years of work experience may join 1year MBA
>> 2nd Year Bachelor's Degree students may apply for direct entry into 3rd year Bachelor's Degree
Studying in France is relatively inexpensive because the government funds a significant share of the cost. Annual tuition in a public university is between 126 and 692 Euros, depending on the program. Costs in private institutions are higher. International students are treated just like French students.
Cost of Living
Most students need 600 to 800 Euros each month to cover the costs of food, transportation, and housing. The amount you will need depends on many factors, including where you live and the type of educational course. While most students will benefit from special meal and accommodation facilities, some will be paying very high tuition fees. For example. a minimum monthly food budget will be somewhere between EUR 150 to 250. A cinema ticket costs EUR 9 on average, a soft drink in a café costs about EUR 3.50, and a meal in a restaurant costs at least EUR 10 (more often around EUR 14 to 17).