France is gaining popularity across the globe as an overseas study destination due to numerous reasons. France has a history of excellence and a national commitment to higher education with an unmatched linguistic and cultural tradition.
Studying in France is more economical for international students than studying in the United States or the United Kingdom due to low tuition fees in French universities. It is increasingly becoming an option for students who want to study subjects related to business since many of its business schools are in the worldwide rankings. France is also a great option for international business, management education, and outstanding research and development opportunities In the last few years, the French government has relaxed a lot many rules for international students and encouraged them to come to France for studying.
France is one of the first European countries to offer English taught programs in its universities. So a student need not know French to study in French universities. However, they can choose to learn it while they're studying in university and gain a cultural perspective too.
France is rich in art, architecture, history, culture, gastronomy and thus has a great student life. International students are allowed to work while studying in France for 964 hours in a year. Non-EU students need to have a student resident permit. An average monthly salary of a full-time employee in the private sector in France is about 3000 euros gross.
France is home to some of the leading international corporations like Airbus, Renault, L’Oréal, and many more.