Getting a BBA in France

Many universities in France have started to offer Master’s and Bachelor’s courses that are taught in English. As an international student, you are offered a striking palette of subjects. While living there, you will have the option to attain highly valuable French language skills, and you will never be too far from a breathtaking view.

Why study in France?
France is the perfect blend of commerce and culture. Maybe this is why, France is the world’s third most popular destination for students across the globe and the most eminent non-Anglophone international student destination, according to UNESCO statistics. Known for its aptitude in the humanities and arts, France has established a name for itself in the field of business and management.

Much like other European countries, France has also started offering degree options for Master’s and Bachelor’s students in English. Students can now manage to successfully study at a French university and not be worried about the language of instruction. However, you’re still expected to learn French throughout your stay so that you can cherish the feel of France to the fullest.

One factor contributing to the rise of students interested in studying in France is the smaller size of a classroom.   It is a known fact that students excel better in a small classroom that allows them and the teachers to pay close attention. Students don’t feel conscious about asking questions or sharing their opinion and students get close or individual assistance from teachers.

What to study in France?

France has a wide range of schools and universities that offer a lot of options so that the students can focus on the subjects that they are most interested in. There are plenty of well-established and reputable universities all over France to choose from depending on what you want to study. ESIEE Paris, Paris School of Business, ESC Clermont Graduate School of Management, Georgia Tech Lorraine and IESA – School of Arts and Culture are few well-established names to consider.


How to apply

Every university in France has its framework on their site that the students can go through before they apply. After you shortlist the universities that you want to apply to, the application and other materials can be submitted there.

Enlisted are some documents you may need to include in your university application:

  • A scan of your diploma (high school or Bachelor’s degree)
  • A transcript/record of your previous courses
  • A scan of your passport and/or birth certificate
  • Your CV
  • Testing scores
  • Evidence of scholarship or funding
  • Letters of recommendation (between 2-3)
  • Portfolio and/or writing samples

France has a fascinating culture and fantastic study options, both of which are a once in a lifetime experience. Choosing to study in France will give you a great education and a wonderful life experience in one of the most beautiful locations in the world.