What are the best cities to study in France

Well you may be wondering what are the best cities to study for a Bachelor’s or Masters Degree in France. Here is my advice.

Firstly it depends on the course you want to do. Secondly don’t go for the cliché Paris. France is actually a very big country and there are so many cities that are student friendly.

These are Grenoble

This city is located in the South Eastern part of France. It’s in the French Alpes and so you will explore the moutains and go skiing on weekeds. Also you can even ride the cable cars during the weekends. The cable cars are amazing especially in Summer.

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Lyon

Yes, Lyon is a big city one of the biggest. The paysage is absolutely breath taking. There is so much to see and do, from exploring the city, to exploring cafés, and restaurants.

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You will even enjoy the snowy winters. There is also a very big International airport so you are covered.

Lyon is in the same region as Grenoble. The two are close to each other.

Montpellier

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Wow this city is absolutely lovely. It is known for it’s amazing shopping malls, beaches to enjoy during the summer and warm weather.

There is always a new adventure to discover from a classy museum to high rise buildings and amazing cinema houses.

Toulouse

Yes, Toulouse is another large city that is student friendly. It is in the same region as Montpellier. Occitanie

Pau

It may be small, but sometimes a student needs that peace and quiet. It’s an easy, cost friendly city if you have just relocated.

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I like to write about food and culture, travel societal issues, arts, and bring an awareness and stir up important discussions.