The European Union - Study in France
Study in France Number of Institutions

3,500 public and private Higher Education Institutions. 75 universities; 227 engineering schools; 220 management schools; 20 schools of architecture; 120 arts colleges

Courses taught in English

French is not a requirement. There are more than 1200 programmes available in English.

Tuition Fee
  • ●  Licence programme: S$280 / year

  • ●  Master programme: S$390 / year

  • ●  PhD programme: S$590 / year

  • ●  Students in public engineering schools: S$900 per year


Some grants and scholarships are available

Living costs

Around S$1,200-$1,600 per month


Students are allowed to work part time during studies

Life after Studies

After studying in France, you have the possibility to access the Provisional Residence Authorization (Autorisation Provisoire de Séjour, APS). During the validity of the APS, students can benefit from “salarié” (employee), “Passeport-talent” (Talent Passport) or “entrepreneur/profession libérale” (entrepreneur/freelance) card.