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Why choose France for study?

20 January 2009, 00:00

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.

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.

The country that coined the phrase human rights rejects all forms of discrimination. French higher education system, modern and dynamic, trains the leaders of a nation that plays a central role in the worlds of science, business, and culture. Today France is the world's fourth largest economy and second largest exporter of services.

The successes of France's scientists, engineers, and designers are known around the world through Airbus, the TGV (high-speed train), the Ariane rocket, the discovery of the human immune-deficiency virus, high fashion, luxury goods, fine food and wine, and much more. Whether your speciality is engineering, management, political science, the arts, or the humanities, you, too, can excel in France.

At present, about 190,000 international students (10 percent of French postsecondary enrollments) have chosen France for all or part of their higher education. They enrich the French system with their culture, experience, energy, and accomplishments.

  • Reason #1—For the quality and accessibility of its university system
  • Reason #2—You'll benefit from the depth and breadth of French higher education
  • Reason #3—You'll enjoy the quality of France's cultural, economic, and social life 
  • Reason #4—You'll study in the heart of Europe

 

 

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