Introduction to France

France, in Western Europe, encompasses medieval cities, alpine villages and Mediterranean beaches. Paris, its capital, is famed for its fashion houses, classical art museums including the Louvre and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. The country is also renowned for its wines and sophisticated cuisine. Lascaux’s ancient cave drawings, Lyon’s Roman theater and the vast Palace of Versailles attest to its rich history.


The climate of France is generally favourable to cultivation. Most of France lies in the southern part of the temperate zone, although the subtropical zone encompasses its southern fringe. All of France is considered to be under the effect of oceanic influences, moderated by the North Atlantic Drift on the west and the Mediterranean Sea on the south.


France is much larger than other people realise! Strething 1,00km (600 miles) from north to south and the same from east to west, it's the third largest country in Europe after Russia and Ukraine, covering an area of 551,500km (213,000 square miles).


France currently has nearly 67 million inhabitants, making it the second populated in Europe. However, like other Western countries, France is facing demographic issues such as an agging population, rampant urbanization and a decrease in the nyumber of marriages.


If you want to study in a country that is diverse and has an excellent academic reputation, France is the country for you. It is one of the most popular study destinations, making it perfect for international students. ... The country offers an excellent environment for all international students.

French universities are open to all “bacheliers”. However, while some types of degree course are open to everyone who may be interested, often, courses in certain arts faculties, social sciences, science and medical courses are usually available

Distinct advantages of Study in France

Frane is home to an impressive 3,500 institutions of higher education.

France has made a large effort to recruit internation students.

A vast majority of France enjoys a temperate climate for the most of the year due to its prime location.

No matter where you study in France, there are plenty of chances to use your student status for free or discounted entrance into some of the world's most famous attractions.

You will experience living and studying in one of the most culturally rich countries in the world.

Outstanding research and development opportunities.

France is a world-class economic power.

French is the third most common business language.

France is an appealing destination for the students worldwide

Montpellier Business School

Montpellier Business School offers French and International talents who are unique in their diversity and their backgrounds, the excellency of an internationally recognised French Grande Ecole of Management.

IESEG School of Management

IÉSEG School of Management is a post-baccalaureate and graduate business school in France, established in 1964 in Lille. IÉSEG School of Management is a member of the UniversitéCatholique de Lille consortium, the largest private university in France in terms of student population and endowment


More than 25 schools and educational institutions across 20 French cities and worldwide bring together over 28,500 students within the areas of business, marketing/communications, management, finance, IT, digital applications, aeronautics, energy, transportation, biology and design.

UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia

UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia is a private university founded in 1996 with a clear mission: to provide students with the knowledge and skills to serve society, to contribute to the further expansion of human knowledge through research and development, and to participate in the Evangelical mission of the Catholic Church in the areas of education and culture.

UIC Barcelona

UIC Barcelona offers a comprehensive and international approach. We aim to respond to the needs of individuals and the community by providing access to professional training and humanistic values