Study in France:
General Entry Criteria:
- Academics percentages from 55 %-60% and above.
- Fluency in English
Most courses start in winter intake (sept/Oct), However some may even have summer intake(March/April).
- Sufficiency of funds and proficiency of English are two major criteria for VISA success.
- Overseas health insurance of 90 days with a cover of 30000 EUR is required for VISA.
- With France VISA, student can travel anywhere in Europe except UK.
- High VISA success
- No requirement of Blocked account
- VISA processing time is 15-20 days
Documents required for Admission Process:
- Copy of passport first and last page.
- Resume/ CV
- Academic documents 10th onwards (Mark sheets or Transcripts)
- School Leaving Certificate
- Degree Certificate
- Two letters of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
France at a Glance
Key Facts: With Fifth Largest Population in Europe, France is also the second largest country.
Population: 66.6 million
Geographic size: 212,935 square miles
Major cities and population: Paris – 8.7 million people, Lyon – 1.2 million, Marseille – 1.2 million, Lille – 950,000 and Bordeaux – 640,000.
Geographic structure: Most of France is covered with hills and mountains with the Alps, Pyrenees and Vosges ranges. Europe’s highest mountain Mont Blanc in the Alps is located in France. one of France’s national landmarks is The Eiffel Tower. At 1,050 feet tall, it is one of the world’s most recognizable structures.
Points of Interest: Paris, one of the world’s popular tourist area and one of the most beautiful cities is located in France. The Louvre is one of the world’s best known, and finest art galleries. It contains many of the world’s most famous art, including the Mona Lisa.
Major Industries: Historically, agriculture was one of France’s major industries. France is still a leading producer of wine. France industrial production includes cars, aerospace products, and other manufactured goods. With major producer of chemical products, Fashion, textiles and tourism also play a significant role in the French economy.
Climate: France is located mid-way between the equator and the North Pole. This gives France a temperate climate. Most areas do get extremely hot or cold. Along the Mediterranean coast, the warm Gulf Stream current provides for mild winters and hot, dry summers. Mountain areas tend to be colder, with considerable rain and snow.
Universities in France
|01||École Supérieure du Commerce Extérieur (ECE), Paris||www.ece.fr|
|02||European Business School (EBS), Paris||www.ebs-paris.fr|
|03||ESCE International Business School, Paris||www.esce.fr|
|04||INSEEC Alpes-Savoie Business School, Chambery||www.inseec.com|
|05||Skema Business School, Paris||www.skema.edu|
|06||Schiller International University, Paris||www.schiller.edu|
|07||NEOMA Business School, Rouen||www.neoma-bs.com|
|08||Institut supérieur d`électronique de Paris (ISEP), Paris||www.isep.org|
|09||Esigelec Graduate School of Engineering, Rouen||www.esigelec.fr/en|
|10||Institut supérieur du commerce de Paris (ISC Paris), Paris||www.iscparis.com|
|11||France International Graduate School(FIGS), Paris & Lyon||www.franceinternationalgraduateschools.com|
|12||ESH Paris Hotelschool||www.eshparis.com|
|13||Le Cordon Bleu, Paris||www.lcbparis.com|
|14||Catholic University of West, Angers||www.uco.fr/internationaluco/|