Why You Should Study in France?
The quality of French education is well known to the world. Most of their figure prominently in the rankings of the Financial Times and Times Higher, and in the European Report on Science and Technologies published by the European Commission. The France government invest a lot in education and research in fact education is one of the major spending of government budget . France is the world's 3 leading host country for higher education with more than 300000 international students.
In France the living cost will be around 700 to 100 euro a month. This is needed to cover daily expenses, Rent, phone bills, utility bills, food, transport, insurance etc
Part Time Work:
The students can work around 20 hours a week in off campus. The minimum gross salary will be 9 to 10 euro per hour. All programs are followed by very well paid internship of 6 to 12 months in multinational companies.
After Studies in France:
International students holding a master’s degree or the equivalent.Students who have earned at least a masters degree or the equivalent may apply for a one-time (non-renewable) temporary residency authorization valid for 6 months beyond the date of expiration of the students residency permit. The authorization enables the student to work at any job up to the limit of 60% of the official work week (that is, just over half-time employment).
Students who obtain a job related to their academic program at a rate of compensation equal to at least 1.5 times the national minimum wage may enter full-time employment by filing a request for change of status (from student to employee) at their prefecture.
Other students may also accept employment under certain circumstances. They must obtain a change of status (from student to employee) and follow a special procedure.