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  • Quality higher education adapted to students’ needs

  • Outstanding research and development opportunities

  • Attractive tuition rates in France

  • Rich culture 

  • Wonderful Academic reputation



High School Certificate  Prior admission or pre-registration certificate provided by the    university
Passed University Entrance Test Campus France authorization.
All Transcripts issued by previous education institutions Passport or ID card (valid for the duration of your stay)
English Language Proficiency Certificate (IELTS, TOFEL)  Copies of graduation diplomas and their French translation
Application form Resume and Cover letter
--- French and/or English Language certificate
--- Proof that you can fund your stay in France (with a minimum of 800 euros per month)


  • Admission Confirmation Letter from Higher Education Institution

  • Application form

  • Recent Photographs

  • Bank statement (with sufficient fund to cover your tuition fee)

  • Character Certificate

  • Health Insurance

You have only to fulfill two things being accepted in a university and Being able to prove that you have the resources to sustain yourself.

The major admission intake in France is two first in September and second in February.

Civil Society Leadership Awards

University Paris-Saclay International Master’s Scholarships

Ampère Excellence Scholarships for International Students

Eiffel Scholarships in France for International Students

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 French or in English is the major medium.

The new tuition fees for international students, starting September 2019, are 2,770 euros per year for Bachelor's (Licence) programmes, 3,770 euros per year for Master's programmes, 3,770 euros per year for Doctorate (Ph.D.) programmes.

  • Public student residence 

  • Independent (university) residence

  • Privately rented accommodation

Yes. Many French universities require foreign students to submit TOEFL/IELTS scores as proof of proficiency in English.

Yes, Degree from reputed Pakistani unis are definitely accepted universally.

Cost of Student Visa in France: The cost of applying for a Long-Stay Student Visa is 99 Euros.


Study in France Interview Questions

Tell me about yourself, is one of the most frequently asked questions that interviewer asked during interview. Actually, normally it is the first question asked by the interviewer. The best way to answer this question is to be brief and informative. You can give your answer by briefly describing:

  • About your background

  • Your potentials and interests

  • By mentioning your past experience

  • By mentioning you academic background and achievements

  • By explaining why you are excited regarding this opportunity of studying abroad


We have mentioned some important point that why France is the best place to study

  • Attractive and affordable tuition fee

  • Quality higher education improved to students’ requirements

  • Exceptional research as well as development opportunities

  • The country is world-class economic power

  • French is the 3rd most common business language

  • France is an attractive destination for the students from all over the world


  • A large, different student body

  • More options of majors and specializations

  • More interacting opportunities to assists land internships as well as jobs

You can give your answer like:

"I have chosen this university because I like being part of an assorted student body. The world is a big place, and I think that attending a one of the largest universities will better prepare me for life in the real world."


You are needed to provide the complete details here that who is sponsoring your studies. The sponsors of your study can be your family members (parents or guardians), any scholarship programme or your institute.


I think that while studying abroad I’ll access to an exceptional form of education.


  • I will get a chance to experience a complete new, innovative and different state.

  • I will get a chance to develop a deep sense of gratitude for my country.

  • I can learn a different language.

  • I can also find some best employment opportunities for myself

  • I’ll get to meet some new friends

  • I’ll be more responsible

  • I’ll also have the golden opportunity to make my future better.

  • I’ll be more open-minded about my life as a whole.


‘What are you future goals?’ is actually a common interview question that you must be prepared to ask at the time of interview. Answer this question by understanding what your aims are and how you will achieve then in time. You can answer this question as:

  • Continue my studies

I have a plan to continue my studies at university, by registering myself in Masters Course or Doctorate level course. This could lead to a higher income in my particular field, and it will also assist me in strengthen my resume when it comes time to apply for the jobs.

  • Get a job in my respective field of study

After the completion of my studies I’ll be ready to take the leap and will do a full time job. After all I have completed my degree to get some necessary skills. I’ll go back to my country and will look for the best available choices for me or else I’ll stay here and look for the job that best suits me.


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