Paris is one of the most historically important and culturally significant cities in the world. The city has a population of around 2.25 million and attracts over 200,000 students each year.

In 2013 and 2014, Paris was named by QS as “Best Student City”. Interestingly, though having a reputation for being an expensive city, Paris won over London to the top spot because of the cost of living. Low tuition fees indeed make Paris a more affordable destination, as compared to other student cities in Europe and America.

Known as a multifaceted and multicultural metropolis, Paris is an ideal place to get study abroad experience and develop your cross-cultural communication skills. “The City of Light” is appealing to students interested in fashion, literature and fine arts. At the other end of the spectrum, Paris hosts 55 grandes écoles and numerous business schools, making it one of the most popular destinations for business and engineering students. Also, Parisian universities, especially Sciences-Po, are recognised internationally for their degrees in political sciences and laws.

There is a high demand for English tutors in Paris, so you can teach English and earn extra money to finance your study.

Travelling to or from the United Kingdom is also very cheap and quick by air plane, train or coach.





Universities in Paris

About A Star Future

A Star Future provides information and guidance to British students looking to pursue their undergraduate studies abroad.

Through our presentations in schools and our websites we aim to ensure that British-educated students are well informed about their choices.