Study In France

France is one of Europe’s largest countries. It is bordered by six countries other nations: Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg to the northeast, Switzerland and Italy to the southeast and Spain to the southwest. The United Kingdom borders France via the English Channel. The country is considered to be the gateway to spain as there are several large international airports (two of these can be found in Paris), ferry terminals and the French rail service.

France is the most popular tourist destination in the world. There are many reasons why so many people enjoy visiting the diverse country, including the natural beauty, the amazing climate, outdoor recreational activities such as golf courses, art museums and galleries and so much more. There are many different activities that outline the history of the country which are enjoyable to visitors, especially considering its turbulent past.


  • France has over 3,500 institutions of higher education.
  • The flexibility of French higher education allows you to design an academic itinerary that is perfectly suited to your goals and background.
  • The universities offer academic, technical, and professional degree programs in all disciplines, preparing students for careers in research and professional practice in every imaginable field.
  • International students may work half-time as long as they are registered at an institution approved by the French social security system.
  • Students with French degrees have a leading edge on the job hunt, thanks to a thriving network of partnerships between top companies and institutions of higher education.

Since higher education is funded by the state, the fees are very low; tuition fees vary from €150 to €700 depending on the university and the different levels of education. One can therefore get a master's degree (in 5 years) for about €750–3,500. The tuition fees in public engineering schools are comparable to universities, albeit a little higher (around €700). However they can reach €7000 a year for private engineering schools, while business schools, which are all private or partially private, charge up to €15000 a year. Health insurance for students is free until the age of 20.


  • • École Polytechnique
  • • Centrale Supélec
  • • University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
  • • National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA Lyon)
  • • École Normale Superieure
  • • Pierre and Marie Curie University
  • • University of Strasbourg
  • • École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
  • • École des Ponts ParisTech
  • • Paris Diderot University – Paris 7
  • • Lille University of Science and Technology
  • • University de Rennes 1
  • • University de Bordeaux
  • • University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
  • • University of Nice Sophia Antipolis