‘Study in France’ expo to be hosted in Kochi on Sept 30

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Here is a great opportunity to fulfill your dream of studying in France! Edabroad, an educational consulting agency with over 15 years of experience, is organising ‘Study in France Expo 2023’ in Kochi. The event will be held at the Taj Gateway hotel at Marine Drive, Ernakulam, on September 30.

Representatives of major universities in France, ‘grandes ecoles’ and colleges will participate. Students can engage in free counseling sessions at the event and obtain information on scholarships, visa procedures, and campus life in France. Officials of leading banks will also attend the expo and provide details on educational loans.

France has recently become a top educational destination for Indian students. The office of Campus France, which promotes studies in French in foreign countries, processed over 4000 visas from India for higher studies in France for the first semester of 2023. According to estimates, around 8,000 Indian students will be joining educational institutions in France this year. The French authorities believe that the positive trend will continue in the coming years as well.

In 2022, the number of students from India who carried out the procedures through Campus France and applied for visas was only 5,500. With 4,000 visas already processed this year, the growth in this regard has been significant. Moreover, French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a plan to invite 20,000 Indian students to France by 2025.

Among the major attractions of studying in France is the availability of post-study visas for students earning a French master’s degree after studying in France. The work experience gained with the post-study visa would open several job opportunities for such students.

For more details, contact 9037900880.

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