Although there are some 30 cities and villages around the world with the name Paris, only one of those is the ‘City of Love’.
Paris is the capital city of France and belongs to the region Île-de-France – averaging about 2.2 million residents and covers some 40 square miles (105 km2). The city is divided by the river Seine in a south part and a north part. Paris is the fifth biggest city in the European Union. If a city with a lot of cultural experience sounds exciting, then Paris might be the perfect study abroad destination for you.
There are about 11 universities in Paris and the metropolitan area, which are the most reputable education facilities in France. To explore some of Paris colleges and universities, click on the university names below, or visit our ‘Study in France’ page.
To study in Paris, France language skills are not required, as long as you want to study a programme in. There are many study programmes offered in English, as well as in French. Anyway, if you decide to study in English, you should consider learning the beautiful French language for your everyday life. Learning French means, you know a language which is spoken in more than 30 countries in the world – and you’ll have an easier navigating France.
Paris is like no other European city, with its special cultural background. There are many opportunities to study, since there are so many universities to choose from. If you want to combine your education with a romantic city, Paris might be your perfect study destination.
Safety is an important point to consider when studying abroad. According to the current Numbeo Safety Index, Paris has a score of 45.04 – ranking it at number 325 of 427 cities globally for safety.
Paris is worldwide famous for so many things: The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, lovely places in the city, delicious food, fashion, culture and so much more. If you decide to study in Paris, you can explore so many things and you won’t get bored.
The cost of living can play a major factor in deciding where to study. Aside from tuition fees, students should consider the local cost of living – including items like housing, food, and social life. According to the current Numbeo Cost of Living Index, Paris has a score of 86.69 – ranking it at number 33 of 567 cities globally for the cost of living (the higher the ranking, the more expensive the cost of living is).
If you’re considering pursuing a degree abroad, then let us help you find the best university for you. U-Multirank’s ‘For students’ track offers personalised university comparisons, so you can find the university that best matches you. Create your own personalised university rankings today, and compare universities according to what matters most to you. To start, make sure to select your desired study destination and we’ll help guide you through the rest.