A generous help from French Government
if many countries ask the students to pay the totality of the cost of studies through “tuition fees” so € 15 000 per year, France has decided to subsidise these studies and so reduce the “tuition fees for all the French students as well as foreign students regularly registered to obtain a national degree as proposed by the Network "n+i".
An example: if a student is accepted into a French school that requires €2,000 “tuition fees” per year while training costs are €15,000, it is because France directly funds the school for the difference i.e €13,000 ! As an automatic scholarship.
The cost of studying in France includes:
- Day-to-day living expenses (housing, food) which are not affected by the type of degree,
Academic costs, which depend on the type of degree:
- The tuition costs,
- The cost of specific services. The specific services (packages) are offered to foreign students to help them settle in.
In the proposal that "n+i" sends to candidates who are selected, the costs for each establishment are clearly stated (living expenses, special services and tuition fees) including any grants or subsidies.
Students therefore have all the necessary information to make their decision.