For the convenience of easy validation process, the France government have begun the same over online platform from 18 February 2019. From your home or any remote location, you can complete the Visa validation process without any hindrance. Although, duly note to conclude this within the period of at least 3 months of your arrival in France. Ensure the procedure this procedure is finished under the time period and make no delay beyond 3 months whatsoever.
Paris also houses a large population of international students. Even better are the hosts of attractions in the city ranging from cafes, restaurants, theatres to fashions centres, heritage sites, and museums. Many of the city’s attractions are also free for students. Being a student in Paris will help you meet many new people and also take them on a dynamic adventure as the city is one of the busiest in the world.
On top of being this, the city is home to some of the world's top universities and has a lot to offer academically. If students are thinking to choose Paris, they should check out the following universities:
Montpellier appeals to more and more students every year from all over the world due to its liveliness and buzz. It is a “young” city as one inhabitant in two are under 30 years of age and Montpellier is also home to around 70000 students. The city is a centre for events and festivals due to its large student population, including a summer music festival and international film festival.
Montpellier is also filled with opportunities to party and have fun. With the French south coast's white-sand beaches only minutes away, Spain near to the west, and the city's wealth of medieval architecture, one will never get bored here.
Each year, Montpellier sits among the top L’Etudiant magazine’s chart of university cities in which it is great to study as it is an up-and-coming hub for students. The city also has great weather & climate with it getting 2,750 hours of sunshine per year. According to QS Montpellier ranks 1st for diversity among business schools.
The city is also home to Montpellier Business School.
La Rochelle is an attractive coastal city and is home to more than 14000 students. The city has a rich historical heritage with its maritime past and its Historic Port. The ocean is right there and students can benefit from the view of the sea, port, and boats along with sailing. The city also has many sports clubs and cultural sites & events.
Communauté d’Agglomération de La Rochelle organizes ‘La Rochelle Student Bay’ in partnership with the University, La Sirène, EIGSI and Excelia each year, to welcome students and give them a taste of what La Rochelle is about.
Students considering La Rochelle as their study destination should look up Excelia Business School.
Troyes is most definitely a student city, with its initiatives like Culture-Leisure Pass’3 that gives students lower entrance fees to shows, cinema, bowling and sports events. Over the last 20 years, the city has evolved to be a hub of new technologies, higher education, entrepreneurship, and innovation. This surely translates to many opportunities for students.
L’Étudiant magazine ranked the city 5th in terms of small-sized student cities.
Because of its smaller size, everything in Troyes is nearer, from restaurants and cafes to student residences and the city centre. This will help students save time. The city also gives students affordable housing.
The city also houses Y Schools, also known as Groupe École supérieure de commerce de Troyes It is a group of higher education institutes which includes:
The VLS-TS Visa must be validated immediately on the arrival in France mainly due to the TWO factors.
These 2 cities are part of the Normandy region which is the perfect place for students and higher education. Over 100,000 students and various high-quality training opportunities populate the region.
Both these cities have a great benefit for students, they are among the cities with the lowest cost of student living when looking at major French university towns. The costs are between €815 and €788 per month on average, including rent.
The city of Caen also hosts the Caen student carnival which is officially recognised as the largest student carnival in Europe, which just makes choosing Normandy that much better.
The 2 cities are also home to EM Normandie Business School.
These cities and study destinations should definitely be at the top of your list and preferred choices when considering studying in France. We at Edugo Abroad will guide you through the entire process for studying in France, from the initial consultation to the end of the visa process. Students can benefit from our close working relationship with many of the top business schools & universities of France and our many years of experience.