It is not a secret anymore that the world's top business and management schools are located in France. One more reason why students choose France is because of the best colleges in art, design, luxury management, fashion, etc. field are also located in France.
The first step for getting France PR is to take admission in any top universities of France. View the city-wise details of top France universities to study.
India and some other countries have specific agreements with France, that would allow students to stay in France for one year after the end of their studies.
Means at the end of your studies or after getting a degree of French higher education, you can request a temporary resident permit to look at work without any restriction.
This process is straightforward and quick compared to other methods. APS allows you to stay for 12 months, and with a new scheme from the French Government, it can be extended to another 12 months that result in 24 months (2 Year).
After getting a temporary resident permit in France, you can easily find job and work in your field. France government offers you two type of contract to work first is Contract Duration Indeterminée(CDI) and second is Contract Duration Determinée(CDD).
It is an open-ended contract that means a permanent contract given to the employee to work and stay in France. Most employment in France is under a CDI contract, which means you have a stable job with benefits.
A CDD contract can be issued by an employer who needs to replace an absent employee temporarily or needs to boost the workforce on a short term basis. The CDD ends at the end of the written contractual period, and the employer requires no notice.
So make sure to study best and work in a company under a CDI contract.
To apply for PR in France, you need to study a master's program from reputed universities or business schools. After that, you have to apply for the APS Visa, which allows you to stay in France for 2 years.
During the period, you need to find a preferable job under CDI contract. At the same time, try to get the French Language Certificate for at least B2/C2 level.
The pathway for France PR is not as difficult as it looks. During your stay in France, make sure to pay all the taxes like other countries and ensure the government that you are not making any offense or criminal activities.
Before Applying for France PR, students have lifetime opportunities for studying in top business and management schools of France. Along with that, France offers some of the reputed courses in luxury, management, wine manufacturing, fashion, architecture, and art. So make sure to study your dream course, which you will never regret.
France has some of the best cities in the world for Indian students, as they perfectly combine excellent teaching and multicultural lifestyle. In France, you can get an opportunity to study in ranked universities at an affordable cost.
One another way to get things done is applying and getting a blue card.
What is a Blue card?
Blue card In simple terms is a permit to work and stay in respective European countries*. An Applicant with high-skilled can apply for it and get the benefits of living a European country.
How to apply for blue card in France?
Here are all the required details for applying and getting a Blue card for France.
It requires you to have an employment contract valid for at least 12 months and the salary is 1.5 times compared to the average salary set of the year. Ex. For 2019 the Minimum salary for Blue Card France was 53 836,50 Euro gross per year.
Also, a university or specialized college degree showing you three years of study completion. or Five years of relevant work experience can be used to prove your qualifications.
Apply for a passeport talent residence permit remarking EU Blue Card at the French consulate.
At the Same time apply for a long term visa (visa de long séjour - VLS)
Note: If one of the following conditions are met then you can apply directly for the Blue Card exempt from requiring a long-stay visa.
A blue card holder obtains EU long-term residence permit after five years of uninterrupted stay in the EU. The provided residence was based on the blue card and you have resided continuously in France for the last two years.
During the required five years of continuous residence, a maximum absence of 12 months and 18 months in total is allowed.
French immigration will check the employment contract against the conditions for issuance of an EU Blue Card and will also verify that the employer complies with labour regulations and conditions of employment.
Your dream of studying in France and getting settle is now possible. If you strictly follow all the European Union law and policy of Europe education.