According to students reporting on what it was like to study in France, the country 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. Impressions about French culture and city life were overall more positive than the European average. Even the smaller cities offered opportunities for fun student activities.


The French educational system is highly centralized and organized, with many subdivisions. It is divided into three stages of primary education, secondary education, and higher education. In French higher education, the following degrees are recognized by the EU recognition: License and License Professional (bachelor’s degrees), and the comparably named Master and Doctorate degrees.

Benefits of study in France

  • World’s 3rd Leading Host Country For Higher Education

  • Low Fees or Reasonable Fees, Internship opportunities with top companies of the world

  • Part-Time Job Opportunities, Work Permit Opportunities After Internship

  • Accommodations Help by the French government

  • Low Transportation Expenses

  • Free French language Courses Provided by French Government Organization

  • European Union Visa, No IELTS, Credit Transfer is possible

  • 95% Job Placement, 95% Visa Success Rate

  • Employer will apply for Job Visa and get for 2 years

  • No Police Clearance or Medicals are not Required

Type of College

In Universities, Subjects will be taught in French only. Colleges are semi-funded by the French Government. In Top Ranking Colleges, Placement will be good, but the fee will be high. There are many colleges with Low fees.

Part-time Work Opportunity

  • Students can work 20 hours per week during the study.

  • Students will earn 9 € per hour during part-time work.

Full-time work Opportunity

  • After finishing the course students will get 6 months to a One Year full-time Job Search Visa.

  • A year's work permit, will extendable for the next 4 years.