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Step by Step Guideline : How to Get the France Student Visa?

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France is one of the countries in Europe with the highest demand for studies, therefore the number of students that want to get to this country to study some type of study is high, but for this you have to obtain a visa that allows them to study. Below we explain some basic requirements for when applying for a France Student Visa. Please note that these are not definitive and may vary according to your nationality.

France! The most favorite study destination now days for most of students. Depending on your purpose i.e. whether you are going for a visit, for pursuing higher education or for work, there are 3 types of visas i.e. Schengen Student Visa, Visa to sit in Placement test and Long Stay Visa. Let’s discuss each of them in details.

Why Choose France for Further Education?

France is a home to 31 of the world’s 500 largest corporation. The country’s National Center for Scientific Research is the world’s leading research organization. France’s system of higher education comprises 3,500 public and private institutions. The system as a whole offers excellent programs at all levels and in every discipline. In France there are more than 900 programs are taught in English.

France has 39 Universities! In some schools there are low cost tuition fees and affordable tuition fess available. France has successful business environment offers students access to great jobs and internship. The Ministry of health, Youth and Sports organizes French sport at the national and international level. It gives the direction to take for Federations. Federations are organizing their own sports, take care of material and facilities, organize competitions, build national teams, and promote their sport.

France provide unlimited work visa extension chances & PR chance are high. There are visa laws and countries laws are Indian student friendly. In France student can extend their student visa up to 7 years. France ranks exceptionally high on the performance of academic establishment, lower tuition fees and access to world class infrastructure. France provides great lifestyle experience in one of the best multicultural environment.

Benefits of Study in France

  • Quality Education
  • No* IELTS/TOFEL
  • Reasonable Fees
  • Part time Job opportunities
  • Internship opportunities with top companies of the world
  • Low transportation expense
  • Free French language course provided by French government organization
  • 96% Employer activity
  • 91% of quality of living

Types of visa in France

Schengen Visa France:

It is also known as temporary France student visa. If you want to go for maximum 3 months, then you will have to take this visa i.e. students taking courses of less than 3 months. They are not renewable visas.

Visa to Sit in Placement Test:

If you need to go to France with a particular ultimate objective to sit in any college’s entrance exams then you can go for this type of visa. In case if you are selected then you can apply for 1 year residence permit and it is renewable.

Long Stay Visa:

Okay so this is the longest stay visa. If you want to go for more than 6 months you can apply for this kind of visa. It includes Residency permit as well as study period.

You can apply for France Student Visa if you are:

  • accepted in a French course that is between 3 months and 1 year
  • allowed to pursue higher education through a different platform than Etudes en France
  • eligible for the program that grants double degree or exchange

Steps to apply for student visa for France:

  • Be sure of the type of student visa that is required
  • Create the profile or file on the online platform “Etudes en France” and follow the instructions.
  • Send all requested documentation
  • Request the Pr-consular and consular appointment
  • Wait for an answer
  • consult the need for full travel insurance

Citizens from outside the EU

Citizens from outside the European Union need a visa and a valid passport to enter France. However, there are some countries whose citizens are exempt from the need for a visa if the stay is to be less than 90 days. You can consult a list of these countries in the web Study in France.

In the case of stays longer than 90 days, all citizens from outside the European Union will need a long stay visa for studies. This type of visa also serves as a residence permit during the first year of stay in the country.

To obtain it there are two different procedures. Citizens of the 33 countries that apply for their place in the university through the electronic platform Campus France Space (CEF) must apply for their visa through this online resource.

Citizens of countries that are not on the CEF list must apply for a visa at the French embassy in their country.

Upon receiving the visa, students will obtain a registration form at the French Office for Immigration and Integration. Upon arrival in France, this document must be completed and sent by certified mail to the OFII together with a copy of the passport pages where the identity of the holder and the stamp of entry in France are located. To complete the registration, the student must pay a registration fee and pass a medical examination.

Students who live in Paris should not send the documentation to the OFII, but to the Host Unit located in the International University City of Paris (CIUP).

You can obtain more information about the validation of the VLS-TS visa in the Campus France website and about the visas in general on the France Diplomatie website , which belongs to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development.

So, that’s all about must Experience Study in France At Least Once in Your Lifetime.



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