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Study in France

Start your journey to study in France with Span International, your trusted overseas education consultants in Kochi, Thrissur, Kerala. France is a popular destination for international students seeking a top-notch education in a vibrant and culturally rich setting. One of the most significant advantages of studying in France is the opportunity to access unmatched scholarships and relatively low tuition fees. Compared to other countries like the US and UK, attending a premier higher education institution study in France is much more affordable. Moreover, the country offers a wide range of scholarships for international students, making it a realistic destination for those on a tight budget.

While France’s arts programs may be the most well-known, its engineering and business schools are equally reputable. With more than 200 engineering schools and 220 business schools, including the esteemed Grandes écoles, France provides a diverse range of options for students seeking quality education. By studying in France, students gain access to a renowned education system recognized globally. Students with French degrees have an edge in the job market due to the thriving partnerships between leading companies and higher education institutions in the country. Additionally, studying in France allows students to improve their linguistic skills, both English and French. French is a classic language that anyone can learn quickly and being immersed in a French-speaking environment provides ample opportunity to hone language skills.

Overall, France’s high-quality education system, coupled with its vibrant culture and affordable tuition fees, make it a desirable destination for international students. With numerous scholarship opportunities, diverse program offerings, and opportunities for language learning, studying in France is an investment that promises a rewarding career and personal growth.

Quick Facts

Higher Education in France

Number of higher education institutions : 3500 (private and public)

Number of international students in higher education : 310,000

Popular areas of study :
• Business Managemet
• Pure Sciences
• Engineering
• Philosophy

Cost of Education : Around 13500 Euros for a Master’s program

Qualifications required :
• IELTS and TOEFL with a good band score.
• GMAT and GRE if necessary for the programme

Intake : February /September


Specialities Of France?

  • Quality Education and Affordable Tuition Fees in Public Universities.
  • Strong Economy, 2nd largest in Europe, 7th position in the world.
  • Access to 26 Schengen Countries.
  • Minimum Salary 10.25 euros per hour.
  • Well-connected Public Transportation.
  • France has a long tradition of excellence in engineering, architecture, art, and design. Post study work permit-2 years.
  • Part-time work- 20 hours per week.
  • Bachelor’s and Masters degree courses Eligible for Any GRADUATES Especially Business Management, Fashion, and Culinary Arts DEGREE HOLDERS.
  • TOEFL points (IBT) or IELTS needed if required for the programs.
  • GMAT or GRE scores if required for the programs.
  • A wide range of scholarships available for international students, including the Eiffel Scholarship, Charpak Scholarship, and many others.
  • Public Universities
  • Private Universities

Process of Application

  1. Research universities and programs.
  2. Check admission requirements.
  3. Prepare and submit required documents.
  4. Take language proficiency exams.
  5. Apply to universities through online portals.
  6. Wait for admission decisions.
  7. Apply for student visa.
  8. Purchase health insurance.
  9. Arrange accommodation and travel plans.
  10. Attend orientation and start studies.


International students need to have a good command of French or English language. You can take language proficiency tests such as the DELF/DALF or TCF for French and TOEFL/IELTS for English.

Tuition fees vary depending on the level of study and the university. Public universities have low tuition fees ranging from 150 to 600 euros per year for Bachelor’s and Master’s programs, while private universities have higher fees.

Yes, international students can work up to 964 hours per year, which is equivalent to 20 hours per week. They can work in part-time jobs, internships, or student jobs.

Yes, there are several scholarships available for international students in France such as Eiffel Scholarship, Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, and the French Embassy Scholarship.

France is renowned for its excellence in Science, Engineering, Business, and Arts. Popular fields of study include Business Management, Engineering, Computer Science, Health Science, and Fine Arts.

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