Europe boasts numerous colleges that provide full-degree college programs taught in English. These universities welcome students from around the globe who don’t speak their native tongue well. Students should ensure they’re prepared for language barriers by making use of apps like Duolingo, Babbel, Memrise or Pimsleur as soon as they arrive – it will help ease language differences! They should also try learning as much French while studying abroad to help adapt better in France.
Sciences Po stands out among French Universities by offering English-taught degrees, drawing many international students both due to its academic reputation as one of the premier educational institutions and due to its comprehensive range of English-taught courses. Established over 130 years ago in Paris and boasting undergraduate, master’s, and doctorate degree offerings across disciplines like History, Business Literature Arts Sciences Computer Science Sociocultural Anthropology
Other French universities offering English-taught degrees include Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS) in Lyon, Ecole Polytechnique Toulouse and Universite de Pau. Graduates who plan to stay longer post-graduation may qualify for permanent residency permits; particularly if they completed either a bachelor’s or master’s degree at one of these institutions that taught in English.