Guidelines On France For Jan 2021 Intake
Guidelines On France Visa Procedure For Jan 2021 Intake
France ranked as one of the top study destinations in the world. France has the world’s seventh-largest economy. French is the official and predominant spoken language in France. Euro is the official currency of France. Famous cities are Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Reims, Dijon, and Toulouse.
Why study in France
- Post study work VISA for Master’s – 2 year
- No IELTS/TOEFL
- Part time jobs – Students can work up to 964 hours per year. Typical part time earning is Euro 10-12 per hour, Minimum gross wage is Euros 9.76 per hour
- Visa- Every Student is granted a specific Long Stay Visa for study purposes in France. However as the country falls within the schengen area a student has the liberty to visit any of the other schengen countries as a visitor for a limited period for tourism purpose.
- Free French language courses
- Low Transportation Expenses
- Subsidized Accommodation by Government
- Tourism & Hospitality Management
- International Business
- Information Technology
- Finance & Accounting
- Marketing Management
- Academic – Basic entry requirements would be a minimum of 55% in last education and good English communication skills.
- GRE/GMAT – Required by some of the Intuitions for Master in Management (MIM); and required scores will be GRE 303 and above & GMAT 500 and above.
Intakes, Deadlines Duration & Tuition Fees
- Two Intakes: Summer (January – February) and winter (September – October)
- General Deadlines for Applications: Summer up to 15th November and winter up to 15th July
Duration and Tuition Fees
- Bachelor’s course- 3 or 4 years – Fees approx 9000 Euros to 12000 Euros per year (7 to 10 lac approx)
- Master’s course – 1 or 2 year – Fees approx 9000 Euros to 15000 Euros per year (7 – 1 lacs approx)
Guidelines On France VISA – Important points to considered before filing visa
- Please read the offer carefully and check the name of the student, expiry of offer; deadline to make the fee payment and conditions to fulfilled if any; for an unconditional offer.
- If there are any conditions in the offer; they should first meet to convert it to an unconditional offer; This should be done before making the tuition fee deposit.
- Once the student accepts the unconditional offer, the tuition fee payment has to be made.
- Please forward the swift copy receipt of the payment to us which we will send to the institution.
- On receiving the payment receipt letter from institution, than will start the visa process.
Here are some sample questions:
- About yourself or your background
- Your education qualification
- Where is your institution located in France?
- Which college, course are you going to study?
- Why this school ?
- What do your parents do?
- Why France?
- Who is sponsoring your studies?
- What is your sponsor’s income?
Ease of Lockdown in France!!
- The lockdown is over in France since 11th May
- French Borders are reopened for international students
- Emmanuel Macron, the president of France, officially communicated about the end of second lockdown from 28th November. While visa and flights never were affected, this is still great news to reassure our students and candidates about spring 21 intake.
- There should be only night curfew left from 15th December and universities will reopen their campus for physical classes on 1st week of February 21