With reasonable fees, no English test and internship opportunities with some of the top companies in the world, study in France are emerging as the new popular choice for international students.
The quality of French higher education is widely recognized throughout the world. French institutions figure prominently in the rankings of the Financial Times and Times Higher, and in the European Report on Science and Technologies published by the European Commission.
Each year, France makes massive investments in education and research. In fact, education is the largest category of government spending, accounting for more than 20% of the budget.
University residences in France are managed by regional student-service agencies, known as CROUS. The residences may be located on campus or in town. Spaces are made available according to stringent social criteria. CROUS residences are far and away the most affordable form of student housing.
The grandes écoles and some private institutions maintain their own on-campus student residences.
A lot of variety, but temperate. Cool winters and mild summers on most of the territory, and especially in Paris. Mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean and in the south west. Mild winters and cool summers in the North West (Brittany). Cool to cold winters and hot summer along the German border (Alsace).
Students are entitled to work part time upto 20 hours a week off campus. According to French legislation there is a minimum gross salary between €8 to €9 per hour.
In France all programs are followed by very well paid internship of 6 to 12 months in multinational company