"Study in France" Education Fair on 11 March 2017 [fr]
Thinking of studying abroad? Join us for the 1st edition in Singapore of "Study in France" on 11 March 2017 and discover why France is one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world!
France offers diverse educational programs of high quality: 75 public universities, 200 schools of engineering, 150 business schools of business and management, 120 schools of art, 20 schools of architecture and 3 000 specialized institutes and schools. With 5.6% of the nation’s GDP devoted to education and a €22b fund - "Investissements d’Avenir" - supporting innovation and research, France invests substantial public funds in higher education. The French government bears a very large share of the actual cost of every student’s education (more than €13 000 per student per year). This national focus has several implications, among them that French tuition charge are among the lowest in the world and that degrees from anywhere in France are equivalent regardless of the institution that grants them.
French universities and other educational institutions make no distinction between international students and French students. Both groups face identical admission and tuition requirements, both receive the sames degrees. Moreover, you no longer need to be fluent in French to study in France. Many programs are now completely taught in English. To assist you in finding the right courses for you, Campus France has created a practical tool, « Taught in English », listing more than 1200 programs available.
France benefits also from a long, proud tradition of scientific and technological research and innovation that underpins the nation’s achievements in fields such as aeronautics and space, transportation, electronics, telecommunication, chemistry, biotechnologies, health, and mathematics. France is the world’s third leading innovative country after Japan and the USA and the most innovative in Europe.
Study in France and enjoy the French quality of life with lower prices and special assistance in many aspects of daily life-advantages. Literature, films, museums, theaters, opera, café and the national flair for food and fashion are a part of everyday life, evidence of the French emphasis on culture.
Visit the "Study in France" Education Fair and plan your higher education studies in France. You will have the opportunities to speak to representatives from French participating institutions, such as Sciences Po, University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, ESSEC, IPAG, IESEG, International Law School of Sorbonne-Assas university...There are many undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA degrees available.
Seminars will be organized to introduce French institutions and France Alumni students will share their experience and provide you valuable information.
When? 11 March 2017 from 11am to 6pm
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Center
Free admission, registration required
To register click here