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where courses are taught in english?
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what level, bsc, masters, PhD? also what degree type?
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what level, bsc, masters, PhD? also what degree type?
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ok, there are less options at bsc level but they still exist. you may be able to find some that are either partly English or fully English, mabye try university of Grenoble, Sorbonne university etc.. but look at others too their websites using have a section where they list their English courses. If you plan on doing engineering there are a number of grandes écoles who offer either fully or partially English courses aimed at international students
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ok, there are less options at bsc level but they still exist. you may be able to find some that are either partly English or fully English, mabye try university of Grenoble, Sorbonne university etc.. but look at others too their websites using have a section where they list their English courses. If you plan on doing engineering there are a number of grandes écoles who offer either fully or partially English courses aimed at international students
thanks.is it too hard to get into those universities?
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it depends on your marks, but it's definitely easier than getting into a top UK uni. there are no minimum marks and they take your motivational letter into account quite a bit. Just a heads up the administration is terrible in France so they probably won't answer any questions you have for them....I speak from experience. Imo if you get Bs or higher at A levels you should be ok, if you get As then you could feel quite confident of getting in (requirements are much stricter for grandes écoles, You will probably need all As to get into a decent one)
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thanks bro.If I need help I'll contact u later
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