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3 Best Universities in France for International Students

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Paris tops the list of best cities to get further education in. France lies in the centre of Europe, giving great accessibility to other European nations. Living and studying in France is very cheap and has a strong student community. Have you given studying in France a thought? If you haven’t, then you should because French universities are the best.

Source: World Atlas

Here are three best universities in France for international students:

1. Pierre and Marie Curie University

This Parisian university ranks 38th in global rankings. Founded in 1971, the PMC University gets over 20 percent international every year. Best courses at the university are medicine, engineering, chemistry, mathematics, earth sciences, life sciences, environment, physics, and biodiversity. Bachelor’s are three years long and master’s are two years long.

2. Université Paris-Sud

Universite Paris-Sud is the second best university in France and 98th globally. Founded in 1970, the university is located in Orsay. Every year, the university gets 30,000 students, out of which 16 percent are international students. This university is best known for its law, economics, science, pharmacy, management, and sports sciences. It is a public university and students at the university don’t have to pay tuition fees, but only administrative fees.

3. University Paris Diderot

University Paris Diderot is a public university in Paris that was established in 1970. This university has the most beautiful location. It is located on the banks of Seine River in the Paris Rive Gauche area in France. The university offers great courses in social sciences, humanities, and science and technology. It is ranked 100th globally and offers courses in both French and English.


Most universities offer student accommodation at low prices but some don’t. International students usually stay in groups in rented apartment located near the university. Groceries and electricity is pretty cheap in France. It is a historical country and traveling around will completely change you.

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