How French Universities are able to Attract International Students?

France is one of the Europe’s largest nation and the world’s most popular tourist destination.  Students who cross the channel to Study in France reap benefits of one of the most prestigious educational systems in the world as well as enjoy the social life associated with many bars, cafes, restaurants, galleries, museums and cinemas. The […]

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Gain entry into the best French educational institutions with a France Student Visa

France Student Visa

France is an amazing destination in Europe; it offers a lot of scope for students who prefer to study in the country and gain fine knowledge. This country has a long standing history of catering to the needs of students from distant lands. Few of its universities have ancient origin. France Education is well-known throughout […]

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Indo–France summit begins in Delhi

A lot more foreign exchange programmes for students in France and sharing of ideas, research and industry can be expected in the coming years, with day one of the India–France Science, Technology and Education summit seeing about 11 MoU’s being signed between companies, universities and research institutions in Delhi on Wednesday. The event is a […]

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Long Stay and Short Stay France Visas: France Embassy in India

France government issues two types of visas for the tourists.  Short stay visa is given to tourists who want to stay for less than three months. Long stay visa is for those who stay in France for more than three months.  Short stay visas are issued for tourists, businessmen and also to students. New Delhi: […]

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‘Some French academics are resistant to change’

Higher education has dominated the news in France recently thanks to plans for more courses to be taught in English so there’s no better time to speak to an international academic to find out more about being a lecturer at a French university. French universities appear to be having somewhat of an identity crisis right […]

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France to debate introduction of more English-speaking courses

Plans to ease a ban on the use of English in French universities will be debated on Wednesday with unions threatening to strike in protest at a measure some claim will turn French into a “dead language”. Under a 1994 “Toubon” law defending the French language, French must be used in classrooms from right through […]

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