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French Universities Shine in QS World Rankings 2025
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French Universities Shine in QS World Rankings 2025

Jul 6, 2024

french President Emmanuel Macron has announced a plan to host 30,000 Indian students in France by 2030. French universities offer diverse programs, including many in English, accommodating various language preferences. According to data from University Living, living expenses in Paris can reach up to 1,200 Euros (Rs 1.07 lakh) per month, while other regions in France offer more affordable options, ranging from 600 Euros (Rs 53,718) to 800 Euros (Rs 71,632) per month.

The latest QS World University Rankings 2025 have been released and French universities are once again making waves. Here’s the top 5:

  1. Université PSL is 24th in the world for research-based courses in Arts and Humanities, Business and Management, Engineering and Technology, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Management. Located in the heart of Paris, it’s a gem.
  2. Institut Polytechnique de Paris (IP Paris) is 46th and has 41% international students. This public institution offers courses in English and French at Bachelor’s, Master’s, Engineering and PhD levels and attracts students from all over the world with its state-of-the-art curriculum.
  3. Sorbonne University is 63rd in the world and continues to be a research powerhouse. It offers a broad range of disciplines: Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Engineering, Medicine. Its academic excellence is felt both nationally and internationally.
  4. Université Paris-Saclay is 73rd and offers quality programs from undergraduate to PhD levels. With a strong international presence and research initiatives, it has a lot to offer across its faculties.
  5. École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS de Lyon) is 187th and is a leading institution for educational sciences, with research impact in Health, Chemistry, Human Sciences, Exact Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities.

This ranking confirms France as the go-to destination for international students looking for top education in all fields. As French President Emmanuel Macron aims to host 30,000 Indian students by 2030, these institutions are expanding their global reach and academic offerings, catering to different language preferences and creating a global community.

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