In recent years, France has become one of the attractive destinations for Vietnamese students. The road to France is increasingly shortened with young people with foreign language skills and good academic records.
Students mainly study the management economics (38.5%), science (33.5%), society (13.7%), mainly concentrated in big cities like Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux … However, there has been a recent shift in the provinces due to the similar quality of training but the cost of living is lower.
5 advantages to study in France
France has many attractions for international students. “The first is the cost, although recently France decided to increase tuition with non-European students from 170 euros to 2,770 euros for undergraduate and from 243 euros to 3,770 for graduate students, but overall this is still similar. Relatively cheap in developed countries.
Second, France has an advanced, comprehensive and diverse education with over 3,500 public and private training institutions in undergraduate and postgraduate systems.
Third, France is one of the countries with high research evaluation, ranked 6th in the world for spending on research and development, and 6th on granting international patents.
Fourth, France is the 5th largest economic power in the world, French is still one of the main global languages.
Fifth, the living environment in France is very comfortable and convenient, especially for young people. France always has many incentives such as public transport fares or entrance fees for people under 28.
Finally, France is also very famous for the art of living, especially for food, architecture, art … ”.
Easy access to the labor market
International students to France are allowed by the government to work over 60% of normal working time, equivalent to 964 hours / year – Ms. Han added.
In addition, students also have the opportunity to practice and when the internship is over 2 months, is paid with a minimum of 577.5 euros / month, and social insurance and accident insurance. … Thus, even before graduation, students were able to access the labor market in France.
Upon obtaining a master’s (master’s) or a bachelor’s license (license for professionnelle), students are granted a temporary residence permit (Autorization Provisoire de Sejour) for 12 months to find a job.
If you find a stable job, students will be granted a residence permit to work in France. After returning to Vietnam, students can apply for a visa to return to France easily to work or set up a company.
After studying abroad, the number of students returning to Vietnam to work is not less. This is a decision that depends on each person’s consideration but one who has lived and studied in a large economy with a multicultural environment like France is often respected by many multinational companies.