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Amazing Tour



France entices visitors with its rich history, iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, and world-class cuisine. From strolling along the Seine River in Paris to exploring charming villages in Provence, France offers a diverse array of experiences, making it a captivating destination for students.


Here are some things to consider in selecting France as your host country:



French is the official language in France. Many schools offer language courses for international students to improve their proficiency.


Visa Requirements

For students studying abroad in France, visa requirements vary depending on nationality and length of stay. Typically, students from outside the EU/EEA need a student visa or residence permit. What documents do I need?

  • A passport photograph
  • A valid passport
  • An acceptance letter to your school of study
  • An EEF Admission Certificate (Accord préalable d'Inscription)
  • An EEF number (ZA21-XXXXX-PXX)
  • Proof of temporary accommodation in France
  • Proof of sufficient funds for your time in France (the equivalent of €615 per month for the duration of your stay in France)
  • Proof of residency in France such as a lease, electricity bill, title of property, etc. for a minimum of three months or a hotel reservation
  • Proof of medical insurance with coverage valid in France
  • A completed visa application form
  • A receipt for your paid visa application fee



Transportation in France is efficient and accessible, with options including buses, trams, trains, and metros in urban areas. Many cities offer student discounts on public transportation, making it affordable for students to commute to school, explore the city, and travel around the country.



From buttery croissants and delicate pastries to savory dishes like coq au vin and boeuf bourguignon, dining in France is a memorable experience.


Culture and Activities

France boasts a rich cultural tapestry, offering students an array of activities from exploring iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower to indulging in French cuisine. Art museums, charming cafes, vibrant festivals, and picturesque countryside adventures ensure an immersive cultural experience.



France prioritizes safety with well-equipped emergency services and stringent security measures. While petty crime can occur in tourist areas, overall, the country maintains a safe environment for residents and visitors. However, it is still important to take basic safety precautions such as keeping valuables secure and staying aware of your surroundings.


What to Bring

Essentials include valid identification, clothing suitable for varying weather, adaptors for electronics, personal toiletries, any necessary medications, and important documents like passports and insurance papers. Additionally, consider bringing a French phrasebook or language-learning resources for communication ease.


Students should consider studying in France for its rich cultural heritage, prestigious educational institutions, and immersive language experience. With opportunities to explore history, art, and cuisine, studying in France offers a unique and enriching academic and personal growth journey.

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