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The cost of living and studying in France

The cost of living and studying in France

The cost of living in France

The cost of living in France, like all other countries around the world, has certain items that vary depending on the lifestyle of the person in the area in which he or she lives and the additional costs he or she may incur.
Naturally, whether a person lives in a bigger or smaller city, what kind of food to eat, and other issues, the costs are different. But perhaps in general it can be said that the cost of living in France is lower and cheaper than other countries and their peers such as the United Kingdom or Switzerland.

The main living expenses for each person can be housing and accommodation expenses, food and transportation expenses and transportation costs, which will be discussed below.

eating cost

The average cost of food in France is between 200 and 250 euros a month, which still varies depending on the food you eat or the restaurant from which you buy food. On average, the average cost of a cheap meal is France is between 15 and 20 euros. To get cheap food, the best option is to buy from supermarkets.

transportation costs

To travel by subway and bus or tram in France, you must pay at least € 17 to € 33 per month. You can rent a bike daily to travel from Bordeaux or Velib. To travel by taxi in France, you have to pay € 1.25 per kilometer, which is a relatively cheap and good amount, and about € 7 to € 10 for a short trip. To visit other French cities, you can also use the fast French train, which costs around 20 to 25 euros.

Housing costs

Housing prices in France are usually higher than the international average of between 200 and 300 euros per month. The main options for students to provide housing are: Student dormitories: between € 150 and € 600 per month, including full facilities for both private and shared rooms. About 13% of international students live in dormitories. Full or shared rent of an apartment: between 400 and 700 euros per month. In smaller French cities, you can rent a small apartment for around € 300 a month.

The cost of studying in France

The cost of studying in France is not very high due to the country's university tuition system as well as France's cultural reputation. In terms of popularity, France is one of the most important choices for foreign students to study abroad. Not only does it have some of the best universities in the world, but students are attracted to it for many other reasons, such as practicing French and watching its cultural centers, such as museums, and finally experiencing the French way of life. In this article, we will look at the cost of studying in France.

Tuition fees at public universities

Tuition at public universities in France varies depending on the course chosen. For the first degree - undergraduate, the average tuition is 190 euros per year. Engineering majors have a higher tuition fee of around € 620 per academic year, while medical major tuition averages € 452 per year. The same is true for master's and doctoral degrees. The average tuition fee for a master's degree is around 260 EUR / year and for a doctoral degree is 396 / EUR per year, higher tuition fees are expected for special specialized courses.

The cost of studying in private institutions

Schools: Students in French schools and institutions that set tuition fees must pay around € 500 to € 600 a year, and in some cases up to € 10,000.

Private University: Tuition fees at private universities start at € 1,500 and can go up to € 20,000 per year.

Business Schools: Regardless of degree, the costs are between € 5,000 and € 7,000 per year.

Tuition fees at top universities

Here is a list of the average tuition fees at top French universities:

École Polytechnique School in Pelzo: Average tuition fee of € 12,000 in Salle
Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris: Average tuition fee of € 350 per year
cole Supérieure d'Electricite SUPELEC: Average tuition fee of € 2,000 per year
Paris Descartes University: The average tuition fee is € 350 per year
List of French universities with the lowest tuition fees:
University of Lille 1 (Université Lille 1 Sciences et Technologies) in Vino Desk: Average tuition fee of € 270 per year
Ecole Centrale de Nantes University in Nantes: Average tuition fee of € 450 per year
Université du Maine in Lou Mann: The average tuition fee is € 500 per year
Grenoble Institute of Technology in Grenoble: Average tuition fee of € 1,000 per year

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