List of Low Tuition Universities in France 2019-2020

List of Low Tuition Universities in France

Universities in France offer high-quality education at an affordable rate to international students.  Tuition fees in public universities are low and extremely affordable, usually ranging from €200 to €1000 in public universities. Students are also allowed to work part-time to support their study. Please check my previous posts to learn more about education in France, the cost of living, accommodation, etc.
Many students all over the world choose France as their study destination because of its prestigious education systems. Whether you are an individual seeking undergraduate studies, postgraduate schooling or something else, an amazing education can easily be found in France. French universities will offer the chance to attend their institutions on a full and part-time basis, with a number of class schedules and courses available.
Another good thing about studying in France is the fact that tuition fees in Public schools are quite low and affordable ranging from €200 to €100 per year. That’s quite affordable, you will agree with me! Today’s post will focus on low tuition universities in France, cost of living, admission application times, scholarships and a list of public universities.

Cost of Living

Cost of living for students in France varies from city to city. Big cities like Paris tend to have high living cost. But on the average, the living cost in France is estimated at €500 to €700 per month which covers the cost of food, accommodation, books, and clothing for one month.

Admission Application times

The academic year in France starts on 1st October and ends on 30 June. However, students are advised to start their admission application early, around January. The academic year is divided into two as follows:

  • The first semester; starts early October and ends late January
  • The second semester; starts early February and ends late May

Work and Study

Students can work part-time for up to 20 hours per week at a national minimum hourly wage of €9.53 per hour. Please note that students who are not nationals of EU member countries must hold a valid residency permit to be eligible for work while studying.

Scholarships in France

There are lots of scholarships for students to study in France. However, the student will need to apply early with a good essay and other required documents to stand a chance of being selected. Click here to access some of these scholarships and apply to the ones you meet the requirement.
I have compiled a list of these low tuition universities and am posting it here so you can contact the school directly and get more information.
Comprehensive list of low tuition universities in France

  1. Jean Monnet University
  2. Claude Bernard University
  3. Henri Poincare University
  4. Joseph Fourier University
  5. Blaise Pascal University
  6. Paris13 University
  7. European Center For Advanced International Studies
  8. Garden Design Academy
  9. IESEG School of Management
  10. Institut Commercial de Nancy
  11.  Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse
  12. University Bordeaux I
  13. Universite Catholique de Lille
  14. Universite Catholique  de Lyon
  15. Universite d’Aix-Marseille III
  16. Universite d’Orleans
  17. Universite de Metz
  18. Universite de Montpellier I
  19. Universite de Montpellier II
  20. Universite de Nantes
  21. Universite de Reims
  22. Universite de Savoie
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