Studying in France
Studying in France, the smart choice !
Campus France, the French national agency for the promotion of higher education, international student services, and international mobility is the main information gateway to studying in France :
- A documentation centre on studies in France, summer courses and holiday camps.
- Information about educational camps and summer courses in France (8 to 17 years old).
- French higher education provides top quality education programs and services tailored to your needs and preferences.
The French Cultural Centre will help you pursue your academic interest while experiencing French life and culture.
Renowned for its art and culture, France is one of the world’s top tourist destination. It is also one of the leading destinations in Europe for foreign students : more than 200 000 chose France every year.
France is a first class centre for scientific and technological innovation. It owes this standing to its research capacity and to its achievements in such fields as aerospace, transportation, electronics, telecommunications, chemistry, biotechnology, and health. These achievements are illustrated by the number of French winners of the Nobel Prize and the Fields medal.
In such establishments such as national universities, the State pays a very large part of each student’s study expenses (about 10 000 € a year), keeping admission fees among the lowest in the world. Furthermore, no distinction is made in France between French and foreign students : the entrance requirements and admission fees are the same, and the degrees are identical.
One of the most diverse, high-powered system in the world. The traditionally high quality of French degrees is rooted in a network of internationally renowned research centres and institutions of higher education, of which there are no more than 3 000, including 87 universities, 240 engineering schools, and 230 business schools, plus 2 000 other establishments devoted to such fields as art, fashion, design, architecture, paramedic training to quote but a few.
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