Why Study in France
|Tuition Fee||Public Universities
Bachelors: €2,770 ( Rs 2015000/Year)
PG: €3,770 (Rs 29,000/year)
PhD: 380(Rs 30,000) year)
Private Institutions: € 3000 to 10,000 (Rs 230,000 to 7, 70,000/year)
|Living Expense||€650/month (Rs 50,000)|
|Part Time work||20 hours/Week|
|Stay Back options||2 Year stay back|
- It is the fourth-most popular destination for international students, after the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. It is the most popular non-English-speaking country.
- 5 French business schools are ranked among top 10 business schools in Europe
- France remains one of the most affordable options for international students who seek a quality higher education.
- In 2018, around 325,000 international students chose to study in France, and this number is increasing yearly.
- Numerous French universities and Grandes Ecoles place highly in the most reputable international rankings, such as the Times Higher Education, the Financial Times ranking, the QS, the Shanghai ranking and the European Union’s U-Multirank.
- In 2019, over 10,000 French government scholarships and internships were granted by embassies.
- 14,000 tuition fee exemptions, granted by embassies, are available to non-European students, as part of the tuition fee reform
- All students are eligible on a case to case basis to apply for assistance and receive the subsidy on the cost of accommodation up to 40% to 50% of the rent from the French Government.