Famed for its rich history, beautiful sights, and sophisticated way of life, France is one of the most popular study destinations in the world. Thousands of Indian and international students flock there each year in search of ‘la belle vie’ (the beautiful way of life). If the food, wine, museums, and cafe culture haven’t enticed you already, read on to find out even more reasons why France could be the perfect study destination for you. It may surprise you to know that the cost of higher education in France is quite reasonable compared to other popular study destinations such as the UK and the USA. If you’re from the EU, you won’t be required to pay higher tuition fees than French students. Funding and grants are also available, and the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs allocates a large number of grants to international students. Having said that, it’s important to note that the cost of living can be considerably higher, particularly in cities like Paris, where food and accommodation can be pricey.
The higher education system of France consists of public universities, which are government-funded and open to all who meet eligibility criteria.
Fee details provided are informative and may vary depending on the institution and the study program.
A minimum of €8,000 per year (may vary depending on the accommodation taken and the lifestyle of the student)