Study In France

French education is rich and certificates are highly regarded globally. Education is essentially free if taught in French but we have school that teaches entirely in English. It is gaining traction among students for two reasons (1) If you are able to pay the first years deposit to head to France, the rest is not cost intensive especially for undergraduate students, (2) The French government is active in issuing work experience permits to graduates and it has helped a lot of our students gather the much needed experience after their studies. This has seen an uptick in enquiries and applications and especially number of students arriving to start their studies in France.

Private Education

These education providers charge tuition fees, but are still largely lower than similar providers in English speaking countries. First year of tuition must be paid upfront but a number of the Universities allow deposit (tuition is paid directly to school). We must let you know that these sector is highly regulated and you can vouch for their quality. Please note that Students bear the cost of their medical insurance.

Public Education

These are government education providers. Many of them offer significantly lower tuition compared to similar schools in the rest of Europe. These teach all their courses in French except some modules that can be taught in either German or English or other European languages. Students must bear the cost of their medical insurance. Students are not accepted with no knowledge of French language so it is important that you learn French in your home country before travelling to France or first enrol at a
language school in France.

Language Schools

These usually bridge the gap in language deficiency by teaching international students to a level of proficiency required by Universities in France. The enrolment here will end with appropriate certificates.During study here, most students will finalise their admissions and decide which University to attend.Please fill out our enquiry form here.

Working as a Student

Like in most EU countries, you are allowed up to 20 hours of work per week provided it is not impacting on your attendance and performance. After education there are now ways of staying officially in France to work. Please ask us at the time of your admission. Usually it is applied for and we are not in a position to determine the outcome of your application. But due to shortage of skilled workers French government made it possible to consider applications from suitably qualified candidates for work Visas based on a set of requirements.