From its iconic cities to world-class cuisine, France is a study abroad destination that champions excellence. This can be seen through its educational institutions; many offer degrees at all levels taught partially or entirely in English. Studying a masters in english in France could prove rewarding and may provide the chance to expand on knowledge about its history and impact upon Western culture.
As universities adapt to meet the increasing number of international students they attract, more degrees are now offered in multiple languages – including French. This trend is particularly evident for graduate degrees such as Masters. At Paris Sciences et Lettres University and Ecole Polytechnique you will find degree programs at undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD level that are predominantly or entirely taught in English.
Dependent upon the course you select, specific criteria may need to be fulfilled in order for you to be considered for enrollment. These might include providing your CV and cover letter as well as academic transcripts, references and proof of your English proficiency – though requirements differ between schools; Paris Dauphine and Pantheon ask for proof through TOEFL/DALF tests while Sciences-Po has C1 level requirements.
Admission tests may also be required for specific courses at Grandes Ecoles (elite institutes outside the university system). This is often seen in business schools, where competition among applicants tends to be fiercer.