If you don’t speak French fluently, you can easily study in English in France, via both online and offline courses, with the majority of English-taught programs available at the postgraduate level.
In France, tuition fees are the same for domestic and foreign students, including online degrees, and are set at €170 (US$200) per year for bachelor’s programs, €243 (US$285) for most master’s programs, and €380 (US$445) for doctoral programs for the academic year 2021/2022.
Fees at the highly selective grandes écoles and grands établissements, which set their own fees, are significantly higher. You only have to determine whether you want to pursue an online degree or attend a school on campus, and there are plenty of full scholarships available to cover tuition and living expenses if you study in French.
France’s top universities include University of Grenoble, Sciences Po, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Université Jean Moulin Lyon, and University of Rouen are among the international business schools established in 1881 and located in Jouy-en-Josas.
- Course Level: Awards are eligible for undergraduate students pursuing a degree.
- Study Subject: Scholarships are offered to students who wish to study the university’s subjects.
- Scholarships awarded: Accepted students will be eligible for a limited number of merit-based scholarships in 2020.
- Scholarships are available in France.
- Countries that are eligible: International students are eligible for the prizes.
The capital, Paris, may have the highest living costs, but you may find it worthwhile – after all, Paris has been ranked the world’s number one student city four times in a row (and currently stands at fifth).