Your Guide to Studying in France

  • Posted on October 05, 2019
Your Guide to Studying in France

About France

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Flag of France

France is situated in Western Europe and borders with Belgium to the North East, Luxembourg and Germany in the East as well as with Switzerland, Italy to the South East. It is popular as the most interesting city in the world. The highest mountain in France is the Mont Blanc, and situated at the border between Italy and France. Paris is the capital and the largest city of France having museums and monuments. It is the commercial center and main cultural spot of France The population of France is 66.6 million. Euro is the official currency

French is the national and official language and second main language used in Europe. It has developed and mixed economy and stands as the fourth wealthiest country globally. According to World Trade Organization in 2009 it was the words’s sixth exporter. It follow a civil legal system and its law is divided into two main streams – private and public law. France is a materialistic country and pursue Catholicism religion for more than a millennium. Higher education in France is divided between Public and the prestigious universities. Higher education is financed by the state, the fees are very low and Campus world is one of the best  and top overseas education consultants Kochi, Cochin, Kerala to accomplish your dream to study in France.

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Why study in France

Each year, almost 130,000 young people from all over the world come to France to study. They choose France to study. They choose France because of its high level of cultural and technological development, its modernity and also because of the quality of life France offers, the richness of its heritage, the French language and, especially, Frances reputation in the field of higher education.

Still today, France holds a prominent position in the field of math and sciences (mathematics, astrophysics, biology, medicine, genetics, physics) with such key figures as Georges CharpakPierre Gilles de Gennes and Luc Montagnier. Over the past ninety years, the French scientific community has been awarded twenty-six Nobel prizes. The French government finance 50% of scientific research. The large public research institutions (the National for Agronomical Research) admit many foreign students and high-level researchers each year.

  • Quality and Accessibility of its University System

French higher education has a long tradition of openness and accessibility. No distinction is made between French and international students-under French law, the requirements for admission are the same, as are the degrees awarded.

  • Quality of Frances cultural, economic, and social life

One big benefit of studying in France is the opportunity to live in the place that invented savoir-vivre-the art of living well. In France you’ll have access to a multitude of athletic, touristic, and cultural activities- all at special student prices, Most of Frances institutions of higher education are located in city centres, close to cultural and social life. Museums, libraries, cinemas, theatres, and cafes are rarely very far away.

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