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Paris Je T’aime: This Admissions Season, Here’s Another Option

India is set to reap a demographic dividend in a little over a decade, and its youth is dynamic and aspirational. And quality education plays a vital role in successfully forging one’s future, as well as rethinking the world with more a little more innovative, sustainable and inclusive approach.

France continues to welcome students from all over the world to its institutions. It is, in fact, ranked third in terms of receiving the highest number of international students. Apart from the excellence of its higher education and its policy of openness, this rank also implies that language is not a barrier – around 1,200 courses are taught in English. 

While studying in France, one can also access a vast system of discounted places within a student’s reach, such as restaurants, clubs and associations, as well as movies, museums, libraries, and sporting events. 

Pick up a new language even if your courses are in English, widen the scope of your skills, let the world be your oyster. Be a part of a huge community and a vibrant, widespread network, for French is spoken by 220 million people across five continents.

A stint in France is likely to contribute to shaping your personality and career.

France also has a very attractive visa policy for Indian students and alumni. Indian students can stay in France after the completion of their studies (as can French students in India) for a further period of up to 24 months to gain professional experience. And Indian alumni residing in India who hold post-graduate degrees from French institutions or under the Indo-French dual degree programme, are eligible for a five-year short-stay Schengen visas; so are their accompanying spouse and children.

Foreign students who obtain it can work in France more easily after finishing their studies.

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