Studying in France
Welcoming international students
Most French universities have an international student services office for welcoming international students and assisting them with the steps they ... must take when they arrive.
Formalities for international students ... coming to study in France
If you’re an international student coming to study in France, find out more about the various student visas, the means of support required, ... enrolment procedures and the conditions of admission in accordance with the nature of your studies…
Grants and financial assistance for ... foreign students
Each year, a significant number of grants are awarded to foreign students by the Ministère des Affaires Étrangères (MAEE, or French Ministry of ... Foreign and European Affairs). To take advantage of these grants, contact the cultural department of the French Embassy in your country directly.
Finding student accommodation
Finding student accommodation is possible! With the Crous (Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires) (French Office of Student ... Services), the student halls and the Alliance française, among others, there are various routes to try. Or why not consider alternative options, such as a house share?
The cost of studying in France
The majority of the cost of studying at a French public institution, which equates to around €10,000 per student per year, is covered by the State. ... You will, however, be required to pay annual tuition fees of between €181 and €596.