High school diploma, transcripts, international passport, one biometric photo, English proficiency exam results, or (high school completion in English certificate)
High school diploma, transcripts, international passport, one biometric photo, English proficiency exam results (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE Academic, Cambridge Proficiency Level), letter of intent, IB, IGCSE, ACT or SAT, and recommendation letter
Fall and spring
Fall classes start= September
Fall application deadline = April-June
Spring classes start= January/February
Spring application deadline=August/December
Tuition at public universities and colleges is often less expensive than tuition at private universities and schools. Students end up paying just a little fee, around €200, to attend state-supported public schools. EU nationals, as well as non-EU students in some cases, benefit from reduced tuition. Tuition at public universities ranges from €200 to €4,000 per year, whereas tuition at private institutions is from €5,000 to €30,000 annually.
Many Grandes Ecole students get stipends as part of their studies.
Average Cost of Living
The cost of living in Paris is often higher than in other locations. Expect to spend roughly €1,000 per month on housing, food, mandatory insurance (health and civil liability), sports and recreation, phone, and IT access, and 500–800 euros in other locations, but this cost differs based on the precise accommodation that you have chosen. It is in your best interest to investigate the numerous possibilities accessible to you to choose what works best for you and your needs. Many options will cost you significantly more than these rates, as will those that will cost you less. The amount of money you spend on housing will vary substantially.