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FAQs on France Immigration

Show DivWhat are the visa fee, tuition fee and funds required for studying in France?

Tuition fees for French universities and colleges vary between €3,000 to €10,000 annually. Visa fee charged by Austria is INR 3571. INR 8500 has to be deposited in the BNP France Bank to get visa approval for French studies. Living Expense can be up to 500 Euros per month.

Show Div Why Study in France?

France is the world’s sixth largest economy due to educational system’s quality and the national capacity for research and innovation. France has a major presence in the modern world and is a huge contributor in the fields of arts, science, architecture, fashion, technology, politics, philosophy, trade, archeology and economics. Hence, the popular courses are MBA, Art and design and IT.

Show DivWhat is the cost of study in France?

Cost of study depends on course, it's duration and University opted for.

Show DivHow many kinds of student visas available in France?

Three kinds of student visas available, depending upon the length of studies in France: Schengen Visa, Temporary long stay visa & One year visa

Show DivWhat is the application procedure for Student visa in France?

French education system is very different in the whole world. You will have to apply to universities and let them decide on the applicability of your previous academic background and experience to the course you are interested to study in.

Show DivHow long before coming to France can I apply for a visa?

Visa processing time depends on embassy but the minimum time should be prior to 3 months of journey.

Show DivWhat is the visa application procedure for a student?

To obtain a residence permit entitling you to work, your prospective employer must contact the DIRECCTE (regional directorate of enterprises, competition, consumption, labour and employment) in their place of residence in order to carry out the necessary formalities. Once these are completed, a long-stay visa may be issued to you.

Show DivWhat happens if a document is missing? An incomplete application is grounds for refusing a visa?

If you do not have the supporting documents required to enter France, you are likely to be stopped on entry by the French border police.

Show DivWhat monthly budget should I plan for life in France?

In order to live reasonably well in France, students need a budget of between €650 and €850per month (between $880 and $1,150). This amount covers housing, food, leisure, etc. For foreign students, a minimum amount of available funds is required (€430 per month for the 2009-2010 academic year).For further information, contact the Consulate of France in your country.

Show DivDo I need a Schengen visa to go to France?

A Schengen visa (or short stay visa) is valid within the whole Schengen space. The following countries are part of the Schengen space:

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

This visa allows you to travel to these 25 countries. It is issued for a maximum of 90 days per semester.

You will be able to submit your documents accurately. This will reduce the risk of your application being rejected due to inadequate or faulty submission of documents.



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