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French Influence and the Willingness of Indians to Study in France

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.6, No. 2)

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Page : 269-275

Keywords : Education; Higher Education; French Influence; France;

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The research undertaken serves a purpose. This report will be talking about the students, who are the samples for this study. The students met ranged from 20s to early 30s. And there were a few people who ranged from mid 30s to early 40s, who are willing to continue their higher education. These students are planning to do their higher education in France. France has acquired the 5th position when it comes to study destinations. This report deals with question as to why students end up going to France. What factors drive them to choose France as a study destination While this research was being undertaken, I had encountered over 190 students from different parts of India. Most students came up with similar reasons and some had reasons which have never been highlighted when one talks about France as a study destination. This shows that the students were aware and did a thorough research before choosing France. Many students went for exchange programs, however there were a big number of people who went for full time programs. It was interesting enough to see that most people encountered were choosing France, for not only its rich culture or heritage but completely due to the opportunities and research facilities. Most students go on internships to labs present in France, to broaden their knowledge about the research opportunities. Exchange programs provide students to understand the importance of studying in a different country and in a complete different environment. These exchanges would help the students to build their personality and give them confidence, if they ever plan to study abroad. France is the best place to do this. As this is the most student-friendly country and have known to be very diverse. For this research, the sample size was 208 students. All these students were interviewed on individual basis. Each student was asked few questions and based on that the results were established.

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