Although studying in France is then not entirely free, you will only be charged a very small amount when you study at a public university. However, if you are not a citizen of an EEA country or Switzerland, or already a permanent resident, you will have to pay higher tuition fees in France.
What are the requirements to study in France??
Entry Requirements for Universities in France
A Campus France authorization.
A copy of your passport.
A passport sized photo of yourself.
Copies of past exam transcripts and graduation diplomas.
A copy of your European health card (for EU students)
Many colleges charge a fee to submit an application.
A civil liability certificate.
A cover letter
Can I get PR in France??
A French permanent residence permit allows you to stay in France for 10 years and, as its renewable, theoretically you could keep living in France indefinitely with this status. You don't have to give up your own nationality if you become a French citizen: you can have French dual citizenship
What are the Best Scholarships to Study Abroad in France??
Walter Jensen Scholarship, The ISA Diversity Scholarship for American Students, French Ministry of Higher Education & Research: Merit & Need-Based Grants, American Institute for Foreign Study Scholarships and many others. For more contact our experts!
How much does it cost to study in France??
Tuition fees at public universities in France have variable prices, depending on your chosen study level. For Bachelor's programmes, the average tuition fees are around 190 EUR per year. Engineering degrees have higher tuition fees of around 620 EUR per academic year
Can I work and study in France??
Every foreign student has the right to work while studying in France. If you are not a citizen of the European Union, you must have a student resident permit. French law authorises foreign students to an auxillary work of 964 hours during the year, the equivalent of 60% of the legal work year.