Why to Study in France?

France offers a great multicultural study experience, bringing together cultures from all over the world. Students appreciate the beautiful, developed cities and the great variety of social life available.

The richness and diversity offered by the French system make it easy to find an educational program that matches your background and goals. Programmes are professionally oriented and combine theory and practice and use professional tools in real-world settings.

The French educational system is rapidly developing as one of the most efficient and successful in the world. Students studying in France have the opportunity to complete their degree programmes in some of the most beautiful and historically significant educational institutions in the world.

Undergraduates can expect to pay around €500-1200 per year for most under-graduate degrees

Post-graduate Degrees begin from €750-1500 per year and MBA Degrees are about €850-1750 per year

At some public universities, no tuition fees

  • Passport
  • 10th Class Mark Sheet
  • Intermediate Mark Sheets (Class 11 and Class 12)
  • Any Degree (Consolidated Marks Memo(CMM) & Provisional Certificate(PC))
  • IELTS/PTE/TOEFL/DUOLINGO Score Cards (If Any)
  • Post Graduate Certificates (If Any)
  • Letter of Recommendations(LOR’s) from Academic Professor – 2 (Must Include Mail and Phone Number of the Professor on College/University Letter Head )
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Experience Letter (If Any)

The Visa Fee for Long Stay National Visa for Study purposes is €99 for students applying for bachelors/ masters courses. For dual course applicants as well as exchange students, the fee is the same.

Visa application process:

The following steps are to be followed for visa application:

  • Two passport size photographs
  • Passport
  • Proof of funds – tuition fees + a minimum of 615 Euros/month, for the complete academic term
  • Proof of medical insurance with coverage valid in France €30,000
  • Copies of the degree and academic diplomas, certificates
  • An official acceptance letter onto an accredited program at a French institution. This should be on officially headed paper, featuring your full details, the details of your program of study and the start and end dates of study.
  • Proof of accommodation. Can be shown in the form of student housing confirmation or a certificate of board and lodging or ‘attestation d’accueil’ (if you’re living with friends or relatives).
  • Accomodation and other costs: range from €700 to €1,000 per month
  • Utility bills: £50
  • Mobile Phone: £10-30
  • Broadband internet: £20
  • Travel: £60 (£135 in London)
  • Groceries: £50
  • Typical night out: £40
  • Cinema ticket: £8-12