The French Excellence
France's tertiary education and university tradition is several centuries old. How would you feel to study in one of the first university built in the world? The well-known La Sorbonne was founded in 1253 and has seen generations of students since centuries. Both this legacy and degrees certification makes a reputation for quality for French tertiary education institutions. All degrees have the same value, whatever the university. France carries out an elite policy in the tertiary education industry to increase its attractiveness. Its academic system is ranked 7th in the world, according to Times Higher Education. The best management Masters in the world is French and five French institutions are in the top 10 according to the Financial Times. France has also 6 of the best MBA's in the world.
Moreover, France owes its economic success to its research capacity and to its achievements in the fields of space, transportation, electronics, telecommunications, chemistry, biotechnology, health, and mathematics.
Be a part of one of the world's most effective educational systems
Imbued with the tradition of a thousand years of scholarship, France's persified network of more than 3,500 institutions of higher learning, both public and private, and its internationally renowned research centers deliver top-notch educational programs. The network comprises 83 universities, 205 engineering schools, 200 schools of business and management, 120 public art schools, and 20 schools of architecture. In addition, more than 3,000 specialized schools and institutes provide instruction in specific sectors, such as social work, paramedical functions, tourism, sports and physical education, fashion, and design.