Studying in France
Every year France welcomes thousands of students from foreign countries attracted by the high quality of French higher education and eager to discover a new culture.
Several websites have been designed to help you find out about universities, courses and scholarships, and to provide other useful information to make it easier for you to study in France.
The CampusFrance agency website is the portal for all would-be foreign students in France. Using its search engine, you can easily find the courses you want. You can also contact the CampusFrance Desk in London.
The Institut français contains relevant information on its website.
The Ministry of French Foreign Affairs website
The CNOUS (Le Centre National des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires - The National Centre for University and School Life) website gives you information about student life in France.
The Ministry of Education website (in French) provides you with practical information such as university registration procedures, diploma recognition, etc.
Eduscol: the website of the Directorate-general for Schools of the French Ministry for National Education.
The CIDJ (Centre Information et Documentation Jeunesse - Youth Information and Documentation Center) provides information about insurance, going to France as an Au Pair, finding rented accommodation etc.
The British Embassy in France website