•   Population: 66 million
  •   GDP: $2.591 trillion
  •   Number of Universities: 36
  •   Currency: Euro (EUR)
  •   Official Languages: French

France is a beautiful country with a long history of higher education. Culturally, France is a country with a long history as well as rich artistic, philosophical and scientific tradition. All these reasons make it an exciting destination for international students across the world.

The French higher education system is one of the best in the world. It is also one of the most accessible ones. It is a country known for its business schools with several of them in the ranked amongst the best in the world.

There are currently more than 250,000 international students in France. The country offers an excellent environment for all international students when it comes to quality of education, lectures and research opportunities. It’s a great destination for those who seek quality but affordable higher education at a prestigious European university.

Studying abroad can be expensive. But there are ways to offset your costs by working part time. Usually you can work 20 hours a week.

Costs of living are significantly lower in smaller towns, so this is another thing to keep in mind when deciding on where to study in France.

  •   Mainland France belongs to the continent of Europe. Bordering countries are Andorra, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Spain, and Switzerland.
  •   The Alps mountain range on the border of France and Italy is home to France’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc, which stands at 4,807m high (15,771 ft).
  •   The official language is French.
  •   French is the second most studied language in the world after English.

Northeastern areas have warm summers and colder winters with rainfall distributed throughout the year and snowfall likely in winter.