Study In France

France has the Fifth largest Economy in the European Union (EU). There are many tourist attractions.

Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, and River seine are a few of them.

Benefits of studying in France
  • Extremely low cost of Education
  • France is ranked 28th for its Quality of Life Index
  • Industry Exposure
  • Great multicultural experience
  • French people are warm and welcoming
  • Rich Art and Culture
Earn While you learn

France provides all its international students with the opportunity to work up to 20 hours per week during their semesters and full-time during the summer and winter breaks. To work on-campus or as an intern in any company, you would not require any additional work permit as your study permit is enough to help you find a part-time job. To work off-campus without a work permit, you must meet the study requirements.

Post-study work rights

After graduation, if you find a job with 1.5 times the Minimum wage, you can contact the local administration and change your student visa to a work visa and work full-time.

Pathway to PR

You will need to graduate as a Master's degree holder from a reputed university or Business school, and after that, you have to apply for APS Visa (Temporary Resident Permit)