Study in France

Why Choose Study in France?

In recent years, Study in France has been on the list of most desired study abroad destinations for many. The active efforts from the French government and institutions alike have made France one of the most preferred countries for international students. More than 30 of the universities in France are listed in the QS World Rankings as of 2020. Before we move onto education in France, here are some things you should know about the country:

France, which has existed in its present shape since the fifteenth century, is Europe’s most seasoned and one of the biggest countries. It is a pioneer in scholarly patterns, expressive arts, design, and food. France is likewise the world’s fourth-wealthiest nation and Europe’s leading rural maker.

Documents Required to Apply for Admissions in French Universities

For Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs - Bachelor's and Master's Degree:

  • Transcripts or records of grades (high school and/or university)
  • Résumé/CV
  • Test scores (SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT) Not all Universities or Schools require this.
  • Proof of English-language proficiency - IELTS, PTE, Duolingo, etc. Most of the universities and Business Schools or Engineering Schools do not require English Language Proficiency Scores. Instead all candidates must go through a Skype or Video Interview with the university admissions team.
  • Motivation letter or statement of purpose
  • Application fee - Not all Schools or Universities have application fees
  • Essay Writing or Questionnaires
  • Passport photocopy

Documents Required for the French Student Visa

  • Passport Original
  • Campus France NOC Letter
  • Campus France Acceptance Letter.
  • University/School Letter of Registration.
  • Accommodation Proof of first 3 months of stay in France.
  • 1st year Tuition Fees paid receipt.
  • Medical and Multi-Trip Travel Insurance worth atleast EUR 30,000.
  • 3 months of Bank Statement or Fixed Deposit with minimum of Rs. 10 Lakhs maintained from last 3 months or Education Loan Sanction letter issued by the bank or financial institution mentioning university and program name.
  • IT Returns of last 3 years.
  • Booked and confirmed flight ticket to France.

Intakes in French Universities

  • September: Deadline July
  • January: Deadline November
  • March: Deadline January

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