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Life in France is generally costlier than the average of Europe. It is heavily dependant on the area that one resides in. If one has chosen a metropolitain area like Paris, living expenses will be a major concern and a part time job may not be able to completely take care of living expenses while in Paris. There are a lot of contributors to the daily expense of a student in France, the following are a few of them.
Tuition fees at Public Universities
Tuition fees at public universities in France have variable prices, depending on the level of the course.For non-EEA students, the tuition fees is structured differently by the French government. The numbers below were updated in September, 2019.
For EEA students, the fees structure is briefed below.
A contribution to campus and student life of 90 EUR is mandatory for all the students.
The overall living costs in France depend on your lifestyle, but, most of all, they depend on your chosen location, mainly the French city you live in. It is estimated that you will need around 430 EUR per month to survive while you attend college in the country, but this is a no frills or bare minimum figure. All of the things that we’ve talked about above do not include that many things that will be needed while you study, such as clothing, entertainment, school testing fees, etc. If you are an international student, the laws in France allow you to work part-time up to 20 hours per week while you study in France. While this money can certainly help, it may not be enough to cover all of the things that you will need.
Check the average budget you would need for each of the large cities in France:
Prices for accommodation are usually above the international average of 200 - 300 EUR/month.
The main housing options for students in France are:
International students also have access to VISALE, which offers free rent deposit. It allows students to give a guarantee on the payment of rents t and increase their chances to quickly find accommodation.
One person can expect to spend on average about 250 - 300 EUR/month on groceries in Paris, or less in the provinces. The average price for a meal in the least expensive restaurant costs between 10 and 15 EUR. A more affordable option where you can have a meal anywhere in France are the bistros, brasseries and crepe stands. Some bistros serve substantial meals, and a crepe can take the place of lunch and prices are from 5 to 8 EUR.
You will get the best value if you buy from the supermarket; the cheapest supermarkets in France are Leclerc, followed by Géant Casino. Affordable places to have dinner include the Courtepaille restaurant chain, Buffalo Grill, or inexpensive restaurants in Paris, like Michi. Besides this a student can also have lunch at the university cafeteria for as little as 3 EUR.
Ways to reduce expenses in Paris/France
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