STUDY IN FRANCE

Study in France

Why Study in France is Made Easy by RUHE Global Resources

That France is one of the world’s most popular study abroad destinations is surely no great surprise. France conjures up a distinct set of associations in our collective imagination. From the urbane sophistication and history of its cities to its legendary food and wine, to the spectacular scenery – think rugged mountains and verdant forests, golden beaches and azure seas, rolling pastures and mighty rivers – everyone has their own idealized conception of France. This is reflected in its status as the world’s most popular tourist destination, according to the United Nations World Tourist Organization.
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Why Choose France?

Perhaps your personal image of France involves its proud intellectual and artistic heritage. This is the nation, after all, which produced thinkers such as René Descartes and Jean-Paul Sartre, authors like Marcel Proust and Albert Camus, filmmakers like Jean-Luc Godard and Jean Renoir, and artists like Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne. On top of these names we can add a whole host of scientists, mathematicians and other researchers, whose names may be slightly less familiar, but whose achievements are no less spectacular. The nation’s two leading universities, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris and Ecole Polytechnique ParisTech, both make the world’s top 60 at 43rd and 59th respectively, cementing their reputations as two of Europe’s and the world’s leading institutions.
Why Choose France?

Benefits of Studying in France

It has thriving graduate job prospects
Career prospects in the country are promising,
As a prosperous international hub where you’re guaranteed to meet a global network of contacts
Grandeur and rich cultural traditions
Entry to museums is either free or very heavily discounted for students
You will stand out to prospective employers
Visas and healthcare are relatively easier to organize than in other countries
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General Information About France

Country - France
Capital City - Paris
Population - 64,473,140 (2008)
Total Area - 551,500 km2
Formation - 1. 1. 486
Highest Point - Mont Blanc (4,807 m)
GDP - $ 35,404 (USD)
Currency - euro (EUR)
Code - FR
Calling Code - +33
Internet TLD - .fr

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Cost of Studying
in France

♣ Tuition fee:

Program

Average Cost

Bachelor’s (Licence) programmes

8000 euros per year

Master’s programmes

10000 euros per year

Doctorate (PhD) programmes

7000 euros per year

Note that the values above refer only to public universities; the cost of tuition at private universities can be higher. They generally range from 3,000 to 20,000 euros per year

 

♣ Accommodation cost:

Expenses

Paris

Other states

Student halls of residence

400 EUR/month

200 EUR/month

Rent/share an apartment

800 EUR/month

400 and 700 EUR/month

live with your partner and/or child(ren)

 

700 to 1,000 EUR/month

Host Family

200-800 EUR/month

 

♣ Food Cost – 250-350 EUR/month

♣ Transportation cost

  • Bus, metro or tram is usually between 30 – 75 EUR/month.
  • Taxis are averagely 7 – 10 EUR for a short journey.
  • You can also use the TGV to visit other cities in France for around 30 EUR a trip

♣ Extra cost

  • Health insurance costs 20 – 50 EUR/month.
  • Books or other learning materials average at 50 EUR/month.
  • If you purchase an international youth travel card, you can get major discounts to visit sights around France.

 

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Requirements to
Study in France

The way in which you apply will depend on your previous qualifications and where you are applying. Contact the establishment(s) you’re thinking about attending for guidance on the correct procedure to follow. Once accepted by a French institution, you’ll need to apply for a visa, which also includes a residence permit, called the VLS-TS. This is valid for a year at a time. In order to obtain this visa you will need to the following:

  • International passport.
  • Proof of your previous qualifications
  • A police certificate attesting to your lack of a serious criminal record.
  • Proof you can speak French to an appropriate level (if your course is taught in French).
  • Proof you have sufficient financial means.
  • Proof that you’ve been accepted to study at a French university.

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