Learn From the World's Best Study Abroad Destination

Why Indian Students are Choosing France?
  • World-Class Universities
  • English-Taught Programs
  • High Affordability
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • Career Prospects
  • Advanced Research Facilities
  • Economic Power
  • Opportunity To Learn French
  • Appealing French Culture & Lifestyles
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship Sectors
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Eligibility to study in France

  • Previous academic performance should be within the 50-55% range
  • IELTS not mandatory
  • Acceptance of a considerable number of backlogs
  • Gap of 7-10 years allowed for Masters, 7 years for Bachelor's
Top universities to study in France
intakes in France

French universities have two intakes per year with the one starting in January (also called the spring intake). Even though the September intake in France is more popular among students and there are more number of courses on offer, the quality of teaching is the same in both. FALL-September , WINTER-January

Do I need a visa to study in France?

If you are not a national of a European Economic Area country (European Union country and Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) or of Switzerland, and depending on your nationality, you must obtain a student visa to study in France even if your stay is less than 3 months.

Which course is best in France?

Listed below are some of the best and most popular courses that France is known for.

International Relations
Culinary Studies
Film Studies

How can I get PR in France?

Documents Required for PR in France for Indian Students
Passport with copies of the main pages.
Two copies of the completed application.
Four passport photographs.
Birth certificate.
Proof of residence.
Proof of medical insurance.
Employment contract.
Proof of sufficient financial stability.

Can I stay back in France after graduation?

Stay back- For Masters 2 years
For Bachelors 6 months