Study In France
France, known for its high educational standards, rich culture and French lifestyle attracts approximately 250,000 international students. It ranks 8th globally and 5th in Europe. As a student-friendly country, France is renowned internationally for its wide variety of career-enhancing courses in English, despite having French as its official language. France’s high visa success rate and numerous scholarship opportunities help international students make a smooth transition.
How Do We Help?
For students who aspire to fly off and start their career journey in France, we provide expert counselling to complete the documentation and admission procedure. Our guidance program includes counselling about suitable colleges and universities abroad, the visa process, scholarships, education loans, insurance, clearing the essential IELTS, GRE or GMAT to stand eligible for studying abroad and the necessary infrastructure and logistics guidance for you to experience the transition smoothly.
Like the national level, we take up the entire process of finding you the best colleges and getting you placed in them at the earliest by easing the complicated paperwork and formalities related to the same.
Here are the major requirements to study in the USA, which you need to ensure while applying to a USA university:
Copy of a valid passport
ACT/SAT/LSAT for UG programs, GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs
Academic Reference Letters, the number of reference letters depends from university to university
Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS test scores)
Academic Transcripts from the previous study
Letters of recommendation from the employer/manager (if applicable)
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
- 2,770 euros per year for Bachelor’s (Licence) programmes
- 3,770 euros per year for Master’s programmes
- 380 euros per year for Doctorate (PhD) programmes - the same amount as for Europeans.
- DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française)
- DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française)
- Le TEF (The French Evaluation Test)
- TCF (Test de connaissance du français i.e., Test of Knowledge of French)
- TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication)
- Search for colleges and courses
- Contact schools and visit websites for information
- Narrow down your list of schools
- Take the entrance exams like French language tests, GMAT/GRE (IELTS/TOEFL if required)
- Write SOPs and ask for LORs
- Apply to the colleges which fit your interests
- Appear for video interviews to the colleges who shortlisted you
- If accepted, apply for student visa
- Associate degree (Diploma)
- Doctorate and research programs