training courses

Study in France

Architecture of the education system in France
All training courses are in line with the European BMD organisation diagram opposite.
all training courses
Programmes offered

Members of the Institute are involved in more than 160 Master's programmes, including 25 taught entirely in English. Of these programmes, 24 are international, including fourteen Erasmus Mundus European Masters courses.
Cost of studies in France

Apart from course enrolment fees which can vary hugely from one course to the next, various expenses must be taken into account: 
  • student social security: approx. €200/year 
  • accommodation 
  • food. There are university “eateries” with very attractive prices: a full meal can cost €3.15. All student card holders can access these eateries. 
  • telecommunication expenses, travelcard, etc. 

Ideally, you should allow at least €900 a month to cover these expenses.  
Grants for foreign students
There are several grant systems for foreign students wishing to enrol in courses in France.

Depending on your country of origin and your planned study curriculum, application submissions, selection criteria and grant allocation methods can vary depending on the lending institutions or exchange programmes. 

Funding may also be provided by Embassies and Ministries of Higher Education in your respective countries (the most frequently between December and March of the academic year).
A few funding examples: 
Preparing your stay
There is a wealth of useful information on the Campus France website
  • how to obtain the visa and administrative procedures 
  • French health system 
  • etc.