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The quality of French higher education is widely recognized throughout the world. French institutions figure prominently in the Shanghai Classification of Universities, in the rankings of the Financial Times and Times Higher, and in the European Report on Science and Technologies published by the European Commission.


Each year, France makes massive investments in education and research. In fact, education is the largest category of government spending, accounting for more than 20% of the budget.

France’s strong academic and artistic tradition continues in the modern day; there are few countries which invest as much in research and education. These are not placed in the overall rankings due to their subject-specific focus, but nonetheless enjoy wide-reaching international reputations.


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France uses the Euro (€) for its currency. Tuition rates at public institutions are set by the government and they are very affordable. In fact, tuition rates at France’s public institutions of higher education are identical for domestic and international students.

Tuition costs are set every year. In 2013, annual tuition costs for undergraduate studies were set under €200 (under US$300). For master’s studies, the rates are around €245 (around US$320) and for doctoral studies it’s around €370 (US$488). Students are often required to pay certain administrative fees which raise tuition costs a bit. Despite these fees, studying in France remains one of the most affordable options for international students who seek a quality higher education.

These rates apply to public institutions only. If you wish to study at a private institution, the rates tend to be much higher and go up to €10,000 (US$13,000) per year.

Global MBA Ranking

1 Harvard Business School US
2 London Business School UK
3 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton US
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University Ranking - France

1
Pierre and Marie Curie University - Paris 6
Paris
2Université Paris-Sud Orsay
3
Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7
Paris
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