Indian students studying in France will be granted a five-year post-study employment visa. A two-year work visa was previously granted to master’s degree holders in France.
Over 6,000 prospective study-abroad students picked France in 2022. The latest data from the Indian foreign ministry, there has been steady growth in Indian students going to France has increased over the last three years.
PM Modi announced the same while addressing the Indian community at La Seine Musicale in Paris. He was in Paris for two days. Moreover, PM Modi will attend the Bastille Day ceremonies in Paris alongside President Macron.
France is among the top five study destinations for international students after the US, UK, Germany and Australia. Furthermore, according to the data gathered after COVID-19, around 6000 students enrolled in the academic year 2021-2022.
However, the percentage of students who enrolled in management studies was around 70%.
Why Study in France
You will be amazed to learn that practically all French universities provide top-notch education to students from all over the world, regardless of where in the nation you are.
In addition, you have the choice of taking lessons full- or part-time. Up to 20 institutions can be requested on one application! More than 3,500 institutions of higher learning exist in France, including 77 public universities that offer all degree programmes.
Additionally, schools of architecture, Grandes Ecoles (Great Schools), offer 5-year diplomas (equivalent to master’s degrees) in the humanities, sciences, business etc. Also, more than 3,000 institutions offer specialised courses in hospitality, social work, and tourism.