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Masters in France

Offering some of the world's most prestigious universities in one of the most popular countries for international tourism, it's no surprise that France is consistently popular with international postgraduates. In fact, nearly 280,000 foreign students currently study in France ' more than any other country in the world, except the UK and the USA ' whilst Paris has frequently been voted the world's best student city.

So, you certainly won't be alone as a Masters student in France, but you will benefit from the excellent higher education system responsible for the country's international popularity. French universities are highly specialised, usually operating as small institutions sharing infrastructure and other resources within local consortia. This makes them excellent providers of postgraduate programmes, which, by their very nature, benefit hugely from increased academic focus. As well as France's public universities you'll also be able to study at specialised business schools (France introduced the first MBA programmes in Europe) and the country's renowned Grandes Ecoles ' highly competitive elite institutions. Wherever you choose to study you'll be able to experience and explore one of the world's most celebrated cultures, renowned for its cuisine, arts and liberal principles.

A Masters in France usually takes two years to complete and the French academic year usually runs from September or October to June or July. Many programmes are delivered in English and EU and EEA citizens are usually subject to the same fees and residency rights as domestic students.


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