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Study in France
Campus France Bangladesh

Campus France is a French public institution and an agency overseen by the French ministry of foreign affairs in charge of promoting higher studies in France and facilitating the international mobility of students, researchers, and experts. It has 255 offices in more than 124 countries. Campus France provides students with guidance at every step of their higher education project in France, including information about available programs, scholarship opportunities, visa application process, and housing options.

Contact

Syed Yousuf Ali, Coordinator
Atiya Ayesha Khan, Counselor

Mobile: +8801971000841, +8801304445640 (also WhatsApp)
Skype: Campus France Bangladesh
Email: counselor4.prominent@gmail.com, dhaka.france.culturalsection@gmail.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CampusFranceBangladesh
Website: www.campusfrance.org/en or www.bangladesh.campusfrance.org

10 Reasons to Study in France

  1. Opportunity to get subsidized and guaranteed for Post-secondary programs by the French government: The French government subsidizes an exceptionally large share of the actual cost of higher education. Post-secondary degrees, based on the European structure of Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate, are regulated by the government, ensuring international recognition.
  2. Quality higher education adapted to student's needs: 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. More than 1,500 programs are taught in English!
  3. Studying in France: an unforgettable adventure, the art of living “à la française”: More than 40,000 monuments and protected sites, 39 cultural sites appearing on UNESCO’s world heritage list, 8,000 museums, 2,000 cinemas, and more than 500 festivals attest to the richness of French cultural life. French artists are influential in every creative field. With 15 winners, France is home to the largest number of laureates of the Nobel prize in literature (Patrick Modiano won in 2014).
  4. A sophisticated research enterprise: France ranks sixth in the world in terms of domestic spending on research and development. The country’s National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) is the world’s leading research organization 12 of 55 Fields medals (the equivalent of the Nobel prize for mathematics) have been awarded to French nationals. 42% of the doctoral candidates in France are internationals.
  5. Advanced industries and international corporations that are leaders in their field: France is home to 31 of the world’s 500 largest corporations. Several French industrial groups are leaders in their sector and have operations all over the world: Airbus (aeronautics); Total, Areva (energy); Orange (telecommunications); Sanofi (health); LVMH (luxury goods); L’Oréal (cosmetics); Danone (food products).
  6. A pleasant and satisfying style of life in the heart of Europe: Situated in the very heart of Europe, France is the world’s top tourist destination in terms of number of foreign visitors. For the third consecutive year, Paris has been named the world’s best city for students and still in 2019 it is rated as one of the most livable cities. France ranks third in the world in the responsiveness of its health services to the needs of the population.
  7. French, an international language: Spoken on all five continents and the official language of many states and international organizations, French is the world’s fifth most widely used language, with 280 million speakers. After English, French is the most widely studied language in the world. It is the world’s third most common business language and second most common language of international news. French could become the most spoken language in the world by 2050! According to a Daily Mail article published on December 2019.
  8. An environment favorable to innovation and to young entrepreneurs: France is home to more of the world’s top 100 most innovative companies than any other country in Europe. 71 competitiveness clusters around the country form an appealing ecosystem of start-ups, laboratories, universities, and major corporations.
  9. A world-class economic power: France has the world’s seventh-largest economy by 2020. Its gross domestic product ranks second in Europe, and the country is Europe’s second-largest market, with 65 million consumers. France is also the world’s fourth-largest exporter of services and Europe’s leading destination for manufacturing investments.
  10. France for quality life: France is holding a prestigious rank worldwide for quality life. It has a well data on economic stability, family friendliness, income equality, excellent job market, political stability, well developed public education system, well developed public health systems and safety. It has strong international alliances with a very trendy cultural environment.
 
   
 
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