Looking to study in France in Paris. Combine studies and quality of life. Would like to know more about the French Culture.Nice places to go for coffee. Many things can be learn: history, political sciences...
A visa is needed to study in France. A short stay visa is valid up to three months. Extended stay student visa with residency permit is for one year.
Find some information online at www.campusfrance.org: Prepare your stay. obtaining a visa.
There's in Paris a large number of universities. Your choice will depend of what you want to study. 13 universities in Paris named by number:
Educationnal costs is about €10,000 per year per student for public institutions.
The Best and brightest Universities:
Cite Internationale Universitaire de Paris (www.ciup.fr) Register early as possible, could be done online.
Foyer Internationale des Etudiantes in the center of Paris just for females. (www.fie.fr)
Information regarding the residences where you could stay at www.crous-paris.fr
Union des Maisons d'Etudiants: info at www.unme-asso.com
Libraries or bibliotheque are common places to go for people who study in France. You'll have to register before Borrowing books. It's free. You should know there're fees if you'll give back late your books.
Bibliotheque Centre-Pompidou is located inside the Centre Pompidou. Metro: Rambuteau
Bibliotheque nationale de France is located in 13th arrondissement of Paris. Metro: Bibliotheque François Mitterrand. Huge collection of Archives.
Salon des etudes et Carrieres a l'International Exhibition of international studies and careers in January, Porte de Versailles. Metro Porte de Versailles
Salon de l'Etudiant just for student, great exhibition in March at the Porte de Versailles
Arc de Triomphe
Bois de Vincennes
Bois de Boulogne
Jardin du Luxembourg
Philharmonie de Paris