About France

France , officially the French Republic is a unitary semi-presidential republic within the European Union, located mostly in Western Europe.
France is the largest country in Western Europe and the third-largest in Europe as a whole. 
It possesses the second-largest exclusive economic zone in the world. France is lowly populated with just 65.43 million people. Paris is the capital city of, Marseille Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Cannes, Chamonix, Chartres, Clermont-Ferrand, Limoges, Marseille, and Nice.
France has been a major power with strong cultural, economic, military, and political influence in Europe and around the world. 

Facts about France

Language: French
Currency: Euro, Franc
1 Euro: Rs.78
Religion: Christianity, Islam
Capital: Paris
Cities: Paris, Marseille Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Cannes, Chamonix, Chartres
Ethnic Groups: Basque, Africans, Germans, Jewish, Polish, Roma, Southeast Asians (the French Indochinese)
Climate: Generally cool winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean; occasional strong, cold, dry, north-to-northwesterly wind known as mistral.
Population: 65.43 million.


Study in France

International Academy is an authorized recruitment consultant for many French educational institutions and many students’ benefits from our service each year. Indian students prefer French universities mostly for Management, Fashion; IT studies in bachelors and masters level.

France has an international reputation as a provider of quality education. France offers a safe learning environment with excellent study opportunities and support services for international students. Students are advised to enroll in courses approved by the French ministry of education. These courses meet international standards and are recognized world-wide.


Why study in France

  • Medication and insurance

The French state gives medical insurance through her social security system. Therefore, if a student falls sick, he or she is sure to get good treatment, and a reimbursement of up to 70 per cent of the medical expenditure is borne by the French state. However, it is advisable to get a three-month medical insurance from India as it is a mandatory visa requirement. After the three-month period, the student is covered by the French social security system.

  • Living and eating

Depending on the city, the cost of living varies from 500 to 600 euros per month. Those with a student visa can work up to 20 hours a week. As salaries are good, they can earn around 600 euros a week. In fact, many Indian students cook their own meals. And on days when you wished to take a break from cooking, then there are plenty of French bakeries.

Studying abroad in France provides students a unique look at the deep values of a nation united in cultural pride and tradition. While participating in French immersion, business or arts programs at different French colleges, IA students encounter a picture-perfect landscape, important architectural and historical structures and world-renowned arts and entertainment.

  • Learning Environment

The allure of France as a study abroad destination lies in its inspirational effect on curious minds, making it a non-stop learning environment and an academic threshold. Not surprisingly, France yields one of the largest, most progressive, prosperous, and high-tech cities in Europe, if not of the world: Paris.
Yet the country is also strewn with small towns and villages, rich in their own right and the destination of travelers time and time again. Exploring any combination of these urban and rural landscapes that are so integral to France’s identity is sure to result in a meaningful, life-changing study abroad experience, fulfilling the academic goals of students, and then some.

  • Beautiful Country

France occupies a distinct place in our collective imagination. From the urbane sophistication and history of its cities, to its legendary food and wine, to the spectacular scenery – think rugged mountains and verdant forests, golden beaches and azure seas, rolling pastures and mighty rivers – everyone has their own idealized conception of France.
Consequently, it is also the world’s most popular tourist destination by far, according to the United Nations World Tourist Organization.

  • Builds up Career Opportunities

France is one of the most sought after study-abroad destinations, inviting abundant number of students every year from all over the world. In addition to a good educational experience, studying in France leads to good career opportunities internationally after graduation. France is better known for its high level of technological development, culture and reputation in the education system, which attracts number of

  • Affordable Life

More than a fifth of respective students living in provincial towns will experience reasonable living costs, lower than most European capitals. The French government very often provides students as well as international students with some financial help for accommodation up to about one third for successful students.
It is also easy for them to explore central Europe in their spare time due to France’s geographical division. Living in France can be relatively cheaper compared to the United Kingdom. As many advisories provide, the cost of living is dependent upon your lifestyle with the cost of going out an aspect that you need to consider, as it is easy to get lost in the sights and sounds of the French jet-set and haute couture lifestyle.