Why Study In France?

Life in France

France is home to numerous breathtaking natural attractions, a pleasant climate, sporting and artistic events, and sites associated with French history. It serves as a gateway to several European countries that surround it. Six of these countries include Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.

France is ranked among the best destinations in the world to get a college degree from. The global economic experiences in arts, science and creativity will be introduced to students seeking degrees in France. The best universities in France provide programmes that can lead to employment across a range of industries. Also, France is an excellent option for international students because it has affordable housing costs and convenient access to nearby nations.

Driving Laws

Europeans with valid license can drive in France. who already have one to drive in France. International students from other countries can drive in France with a non-EU driving license if they have a valid student Resident Permit and an international driving license.

List of Major Cities and Top Universities

Paris, Lyon, Nice, Toulouse, Grenoble, and Bordeaux are some of the major cities in France. The QS World University Rankings 2021 included 36 French universities, with ten Universities in the top 300.

The top universities in France include:

  • PSL Research University
  • Ecole Polytechnique
  • Sorbonne University
  • CentraleSupelec
  • ENS Lyon
  • Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
  • Sciences Po Paris
  • University of Paris
  • Pantheon-Sorbonne University
  • ENS Paris Saclay

Part-Time and Post-Study work opportunities

In France, part-time employment is limited to 20 hours per week for overseas students. International students should be able to speak French fluently to get jobs in France. International students can stay and work in France under the same restrictions as apply to students with the help of the Authorization Proviso ire de Sejour (APS) until a work visa is signed.