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Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 8:06am On Jan 15, 2016
I'd love to know bout studying and working in France. Anyone can help?

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Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 8:26am On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:
I'd love to know bout studying and working in France. Anyone can help?
What do you want to know please?
Re: Studying In France. by Thatitan234(m): 8:32am On Jan 15, 2016
Is French language a requirement for studying at Msc level??
Re: Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 9:20am On Jan 15, 2016
fados4sure:
What do you want to know please?
The requirements and procedures. can I work while schooling
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 9:56am On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:

The requirements and procedures. can I work while schooling
Yes please, you can work 20 hours per week during term period and work full time during holiday. I trust this help?
Re: Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 11:13am On Jan 15, 2016
fados4sure:

Yes please, you can work 20 hours per week during term period and work full time during holiday. I trust this help?
Are you an agent or something?
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 11:25am On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:
Are you an agent or something?
Nope but an experienced traveller
Re: Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 11:30am On Jan 15, 2016
fados4sure:
Nope but an experienced traveller
please give me more info on it
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 12:03pm On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:
please give me more info on it
On what please?
Re: Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 12:35pm On Jan 15, 2016
fados4sure:

On what please?
How do i get started,Do you have a number i can reach you on or something and we might prolly talk on whatsapp
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 1:47pm On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:

How do i get started,Do you have a number i can reach you on or something and we might prolly talk on whatsapp
Am not in WhataApp. Secondly, before getting started, you may want to know more about the requirements in getting admission to French University, tuition budget, visa processing and the likes

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Re: Studying In France. by justwise(m): 2:18pm On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:

How do i get started,Do you have a number i can reach you on or something and we might prolly talk on whatsapp

So you want to take it offline?

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Re: Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 3:06pm On Jan 15, 2016
justwise:

So you want to take it offline?
No,not at all.was just asking. you got any hint too bro?
Re: Studying In France. by tobsie(m): 3:21pm On Jan 15, 2016
fados4sure:

Am not in WhataApp. Secondly, before getting started, you may want to know more about the requirements in getting admission to French University, tuition budget, visa processing and the likes
Yeah tell me
Re: Studying In France. by worry359(m): 4:33pm On Jan 15, 2016
tobsie:

Yeah tell me
Can you not use Google to go and research for yourself?
Do you want to sit there while someone does everything for you?
One quick look found this http://www.studyineurope.eu/study-in-france/admission-requirements

You must look for yourself
How will you complete school if you can not even do this simple thing?

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Re: Studying In France. by Nobody: 7:12pm On Aug 05, 2016
fados4sure:

On what please?
I want to go start undergraduate studies there I want to know the documents I can use to apply I've checked on all sites nothing gives me this info. I'm asking about Waec and if there's any other exam to prepare for note I'm already trying to attain a B2 in French so I've got that covered. I'm on whatsapp if anyone would like to reach me
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 11:25am On Aug 06, 2016
Maixperiyon:

I want to go start undergraduate studies there I want to know the documents I can use to apply I've checked on all sites nothing gives me this info. I'm asking about Waec and if there's any other exam to prepare for note I'm already trying to attain a B2 in French so I've got that covered. I'm on whatsapp if anyone would like to reach me
I don't really understand what you mean by the document you can use to apply. Are you asking about the school or visa processing?
Re: Studying In France. by Nobody: 7:49pm On Aug 16, 2016
fados4sure:

Ofcourse, you will use WAEC if you 'r applying for undergraduate & with regards to speeding up application, you reply your quote after one week.
Lol I'm sorry about that I didn't think you'd frequent the site. Have you done the process before if so, I'd like to know all the documents I'd need sorry for all the questions I'm just not sure of how to go about it.
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 9:21pm On Aug 16, 2016
Maixperiyon:
Lol I'm sorry about that I didn't think you'd frequent the site. Have you done the process before if so, I'd like to know all the documents I'd need sorry for all the questions I'm just not sure of how to go about it.
For Master's:

1, Data page of intn'l passport
2, Photocopy of first degree
3, NECO
4, Transcript
5, Motivational Letter

If i remember any other doc., i will post it

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Re: Studying In France. by Nobody: 1:27am On Aug 17, 2016
fados4sure:

For Master's:

1, Data page of intn'l passport
2, Photocopy of first degree
3, NECO
4, Transcript
5, Motivational Letter

If i remember any other doc., i will post it
Sorry boss but I intend to ho for undergraduate studies and I don't know if you've got any information on that for sure the neco / Waec would be there, any other info that you might have?
Re: Studying In France. by obiaguna(m): 1:33am On Aug 17, 2016
Maixperiyon:

Sorry boss but I intend to ho for undergraduate studies and I don't know if you've got any information on that for sure the neco / Waec would be there, any other info that you might have?

Why don't you go to google and type list of universities in France. Then filter by the course or courses you intend studying and then check for the admission requirements. It's always stated there on the schools website.
Re: Studying In France. by Nobody: 8:33am On Aug 17, 2016
obiaguna:


Why don't you go to google and type list of universities in France. Then filter by the course or courses you intend studying and then check for the admission requirements. It's always stated there on the schools website.

I have done that already and all the time their response is kind of broad, they say I needs dap and that's the only thing I don't know what it is.
Re: Studying In France. by Ugosample(m): 12:47pm On Aug 17, 2016
For those who want to study in France, go to Campus France website, they will help you.
You can also go to their office at Alliance Fran├žais in your City e.g. Lagos, Abuja, Etc
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 2:40pm On Aug 17, 2016
Maixperiyon:

Sorry boss but I intend to ho for undergraduate studies and I don't know if you've got any information on that for sure the neco / Waec would be there, any other info that you might have?
For undergraduate:
The first step is to write & pass a Compulsory Preliminary Admission ("demand d' admission prealable"- DAP)
You can apply at the culture & cooperation service at the French embassy in your home country.
Language Requirement For English Cource:
1: TOEFL or IELTS
General Requirement:
Passport Data Page
Copy of result & their French translation
Proof that you can fund your stay in France with a minimum of 800euro per month
Cover letter/personal statement
Re: Studying In France. by DisturbingEU(m): 7:10pm On Aug 17, 2016
How bout applying for tourist visa, what are the necessary documents needed? smiley
Re: Studying In France. by Nobody: 10:03pm On Aug 17, 2016
fados4sure:

For undergraduate:
The first step is to write & pass a Compulsory Preliminary Admission ("demand d' admission prealable"- DAP)
You can apply at the culture & cooperation service at the French embassy in your home country.
Language Requirement For English Cource:
1: TOEFL or IELTS
General Requirement:
Passport Data Page
Copy of result & their French translation,
Proof that you can fund your stay in France with a minimum of 800euro per month
Cover letter/personal statement
wow thanks I've been looking for that for so long, I'd get down to it. Can you please give me a link so I can know when the exam comes up and how to prepare
Re: Studying In France. by alabireal: 2:45pm On Aug 19, 2016
Is there anyone in the house that can help, I have applied for a student visa to study in france since August 2 and till now has not gotten any response....of course I got my admission letter very late but I reliably gathered that visa application always takes about 3 weeks thereabout
please I will need to get an insight into the reason for the delay as my school in france resumes by 5th of september.

if I may asked anyone who has recently gotten a student visa to please share his or her experience about how long does the visa takes to be out

Thanks a lot
Re: Studying In France. by Everest1989(m): 11:35am On May 04, 2017
I want to have my masters in France..any info?
Re: Studying In France. by daryoor(m): 8:21am On Jun 20, 2017
fados4sure:

For Master's:

1, Data page of intn'l passport
2, Photocopy of first degree
3, NECO
4, Transcript
5, Motivational Letter

If i remember any other doc., i will post it
I have all the i also have b2 in french.
Do you know if french unis admit student with low cgpa (2nd class lower) for masters?
Re: Studying In France. by fados4sure(m): 6:56pm On Jun 20, 2017
daryoor:

I have all the i also have b2 in french.
Do you know if french unis admit student with low cgpa (2nd class lower) for masters?
Yes, they do
even in Germany

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