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France is the world’s top destinations to study abroad. Study in France not only gives your career a competitive edge on a global level, but allows you to learn the new language and adapt a different culture. If you are planning to pursue higher education in France, definitely you will be enhancing the value of your degree. Among its major advantages are the high quality of education, the remarkably low tuition fees, and the enjoyable French way of life.



France has one of the most prestigious educational system in the world. No matter what region that you go to there are numerous universities and educational institutions offering world-class education for people far and wide. There is a reason that so many people choose to come to France to receive their education and when it is the best education that you require, it is well worth your time to look at the colleges and universities that are available throughout the country. Below mentioned are the certain reasons why one should study in France:

  1. Attractive tuition rates in France
  2. Quality higher education adapted to students’ needs
  3. Outstanding research and development opportunities
  4. France is a world-class economic power
  5. France is home to leading international corporations
  6. Young talent is valued in innovation and entrepreneurship sectors
  7. French lifestyle: Paris is the #1 student city


Application Procedure:

Admission Application:

  1. An application to the school that you wish to attend should be completed by getting the appropriate application on the website of the college.
  2. Transcripts must be provided from all institutions from your high school to college education/latest education that you have attended in the past.
  3. International students have to provide a copy of their passport as well as a photograph of passport size to the school you are applying.
  4. Some colleges require that essays be written. You have to submit the essay as per the requirement of the college.
  5. You must submit the proof of English proficiency. You have to take TOEFL test and the results of this exam should be submitted along with your application.
  6. A copy of your birth certificate is needed when you apply to a French university, as well as a certified translation showing the birthplace of both of your parents.
  7. Some colleges may require that applicants complete additional steps in order to be considered for admission.
  8. You have to provide proof that you have enough money to cover all of the expenses you will incur while attending college. They want to make sure that you attend college and can live comfortably..


Visa Application:

  1. Gather the documents that are required to submit the file
  2. Make application as per the eligibility criteria
  3. Schedule a France Student Visa Interview
  4. Pay the French Visa Fee
  5. Attend the interview
  6. On clearing the above steps, you may collect your France Student Visa


Study Cost in France

The tuition fees for study in France for Indian students and international students are as follows:

  • 2,770 euros per year for Bachelor’s (License) programs,
  • 3,770 euros per year for Master’s program,
  • 380 euros per year for Doctorate (PhD) program – the same amount as for Europeans

Please note that the values above refer only to public universities; Study in France cost for tuition at private universities can be higher. They generally range from 3,000 to 20,000 euros per year.

Living costs in France are very low. In cities like Bordeaux, Lyon or Toulouse you can get by with 850 to 1,000 euros per month, including accommodation. In some smaller towns you might spend even less while in Paris, the capital, the expected cost may be 1,250 to 1,400 euros per month.


Student Visa Category:

Foreign nationals who wish to enter France under study purposes with the intention to remain there more than three months, up to a year, are separated under a few categories according to their age and studies. On the other hand, those who intend to stay no more than three months should apply for a France Study Schengen visa instead.

  • France Student visa for Students over 18 : This is a type of French Student visa is for students that wish to enroll at a public or private educational institution. Their studies must be related to the Diplomas previously obtained or with the current professional occupation of the applicant.

In order to be eligible for this French long stay study visa, you must have been accepted by a higher education institution in France. If you are just taking entrance exams or going through interviews, then you will have to apply for a French short-stay study visa.

  • France Study visa for Students under 18 (mineur scolarisé): Students under 18, and wish to continue their studies in France in a public or private primary, secondary or higher education establishment, will need to apply for this kind of French student visa, the maximum validity of which is 11 months.
  • France Study Schengen visa: The French short-term study visa is for foreigners who wish to come to France under study purposes and remain there for up to three months. This visa is not suitable for students who wish to come and attend a university or college since one semester is at least 4 months long.


Employment Opportunity:

The French language is also one of the larger hurdles if you plan to stay after your graduation from a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in France. To find a job, you will almost inevitably need to be fluent or at least near-fluent in French. Other than that, when compared to other countries in Europe, it is relatively easy for international students to start their career in France after graduation.


2021 intakes:

General intake for Study in France:


Starts In

Application Deadline

Fall Intake


It may vary but it is advisable to be ready with application three months prior

Spring Intake



*Please note that the above mentioned information may vary as per intake and university/college.