Study in France

The excellence, the variety and the low tuition fee rate of the French higher education (in a public university, 189,10€/ year for a Bachelor’s degree, 261,10€/year for a Master’s degree in 2015) is widely recognised throughout the world. France is the 3rd most popular destination for international students. Although most programmes are taught in French, more and more programmes taught in English are opened every year in all fields of study.

Estonian universities have developed numerous Erasmus + agreements with French Higher Education Institutions:

The lists detailing which institutions and curriculums are involved in an Erasmus + agreement are here.

Vous pouvez consulter les listes détaillant quelles formations sont accessibles pour un échange Erasmus + ici.
Campus France website provides you with every information you need to go and study in France:
list of Bachelor’s programmes
list of Master’s programmes
list of doctoral schools
list of various scolarships and grants to study in France
list of programmes taught in English
platform for art trainings
a list of short courses
If you want to find a PhD offer:
for PhD in English: http://www.phdinfrance.net/
for PhD in French or in English: http://www.intelliagence.fr/

You can also find specific documents on French universities and schools, or on delivered degrees and diplomas.

Information on different fields of study or about life in France can be found on the website as well.

The French Institute in Estonia remains at your disposal. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact your Campus France office: tallinn@campusfrance.org

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