Ever wanted to study in France? Well it’s as easy as making contact with Campus France (A national agency for the promotion of French higher education abroad).

The quality of the French Higher education system is widely recognised throughout the world. French institutions figure prominently in the Shanghai classifications of universities, in the rankings of the Financial Times and Times Higher, and in the European report on Science and Technologies published by the European Commission.

Contact them by email to get more info. Otherwise, visit their website:

Studying in France has never been easier!


The Francophone universities of Belgium are spread throughout the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.

They offer high-quality training in the three major areas of knowledge: science and technology, the humanities and health sciences.

Beyond in-depth knowledge of the subject chosen, university study equips students with a solid general education and encourages a scientific approach, placing emphasis on the development of both basic and applied research. The universities of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, Belgium’s French-speaking regions, are renowned for the high quality of their research programmes. All of them enjoy an excellent reputation within our country and beyond our borders.

If you wish to study in Belgium, you will need at least Level B2 (of the Common European Framework of References). Please follow the links below for more info:


Canada consistently ranks as one of the best countries in the world—and is currently the #1 best country for quality of life. Study in Canada, and you’ll receive an internationally recognized education from some of the top educators and academics in the world.

What are the benefits for international students studying in Canada? Many! Whether you choose to study in one of our large, vibrant cities or settle on a small campus in a warm, welcoming community, your experience will be one that will shape your life. It may lead to a career and a future in Canada, or better career prospects at home.

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You might be asked to do the TEF exam if you want to study in Quebec.


Attending a university in Switzerland means delving into cutting-edge science and investing in an education at one of the top-ranked universities in the world. With a strong focus on their research missions, Swiss universities are among the most internationalised in the world and boast an outstanding share of international students and faculty; they are therefore very well connected with international academia – a network you will directly profit from.

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*Tip: If you are planning to take the leap, and study in France, or in any other Francophone country, why not take French language classes with us!

Learning French will give you a major advantage, not only in your studies and social life in these Francophone countries, but also give you an edge in your career!