1. Quality of education
According to Campus France, 80% of foreign students who study in France are satisfied with the quality of their education and the value of their French degree. Furthermore, 9 out of 10 international students hold a positive view of their time in France and recommend France as a study destination. Indeed, France has consistently produced some of the best scholars, artists, business people, scientists, researchers and engineers, many of whom end up working in Global Enterprises and Corporations influencing global power structures through their expert knowledge and intellect. In French universities, faculties are of an incredibly high standard and students are given the opportunity to interact with high profile individuals from different sectors.
2. Studying in France will enable you enhance your French language skills
Studying in France give students the opportunity to learn French, the world’s fifth most-widely spoken language in the world and the third most-used business language. In fact, Ghana is bordered by 3 French-speaking countries, including Togo, Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso. On top of that, our country is also a member of the ECOWAS that includes eight French-speaking countries out of the fifteen members. As a matter of fact, the ability to speak French makes it easier for Ghanaians professionals, businessmen, artists, politicians, etc., to engage in economic, political and cultural transactions with their West African neighbors. It equally facilitates dialogue, negotiations, and harmonization of policies within the sub-region. Thus, for every Ghanaian student and future leader of the nation, speaking French is an advantage regardless of your educational background.
3. You pay less Tuition Fees compared to other counties (UK , USA, CANADA)
Even though the amount of financial assistance and scholarships are limited for international students in France, the cost of attending university is considerably lower compared to other countries such as the UK, the USA and CANADA where Ghanaian students usually travel for high education. The low cost of education will helps make up for the lack of financial aid assistance.