why don't you go to an english university but do erasmus in the third year? That way you get an english education but get an acedemic year in France and enough time to learn french in the two years before you go
btw you get a degree from the university of london
a lot of very well respected business schools teach in english and target international students
completing an undergraduate curricula taught in English in France is not a viable option if you ask me, although you have loads of choices for postgraduate studies.
No no, but there's litterally no choice!
According to KLL, there are a few bachelor's degree taught in English, but I've never heard of any undergraduate programme fully taught in english in France! (apart from the AUP)
But then again KLL may be right!
but like eith any american uni theres also a wide range of scholarships, financial aid programmes and bursaries etc
general question; why are unis so expensive in the UK and so much "cheaper" in countries like France, Germany, Austria...? What's the highest amount of money you could be financially supported with in the UK?
english unis have smaller classes and less students.
you get value for your money in the UK. sometimes anyway