If you want to study in a country that is diverse, has an excellent academic reputation, and offers a culture that is revered by almost every other nation, you need look no further than France.France is a beautiful country with a long history of higher education. Located in Western Europe, it occupies a geographically diverse area from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea and the English Channel. France is one of the major centres of culture, cuisine and literature. All these reasons make it an exciting destination for international students across the world.It is an excellent location for study given that its policies serve to make it easier for international students interested in studying providing 20hours per week work permit .Entry into the country’s institutions does not require TOEFL or IELTS examination.The fees are affordable due to the exchange rates and students are not required to pay additional visa fees.Abundance of peace in France has attracted significant foreign investment n education and fostered good international relations with many countries. 

Why France?

Postsecondary programs subsidized and guaranteed by the French government
No distinction is made between international students and French students: the admission requirements, the degrees awarded, and the attractive tuition rates are the same. 
Postsecondary degrees, based on the European structure of Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate, are regulated by the government, ensuring international recognition.

A sophisticated research enterprise
France ranks sixth in the world in terms of domestic spending on research and development. 
The country’s National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) is the world’s leading research organization (Nature Index, 2015).
 12 of 55 Fields medals (the equivalent of the Nobel prize for mathematics) have been awarded to French nationals. 42% of the doctoral candidates in France are internationals.

Advanced industries and international corporations that are leaders in their field
France is home to 31 of the world’s 500 largest corporations (Fortune Global 500, 2014). Several French industrial groups are leaders in their sector and have operations all over the world: Airbus (aeronautics); 
Total, Areva (energy); Orange (telecommunications); Sanofi (health); LVMH (luxury goods); L’Oréal (cosmetics); Danone (food products).

A pleasant and satisfying style of life in the heart of Europe
Situated in the very heart of Europe, France is the world’s top tourist destination in terms of number of foreign visitors (OMT, 2014). 
For the third consecutive year, Paris has been named the world’s best city for students (QS Best Student Cities, 2014). 
France ranks third in the world in the responsiveness of its health services to the needs of the population (IMD, 2014).

French, an international language
Spoken on all five continents and the official language of many states and international organizations, French is the world’s fifth most widely used language, with 274 million speakers. 
After English, French is the most widely studied language in the world. 
It is the world’s third most common business language and second most common language of international news (OIF, 2014).

Quality higher education, adapted to students’ needs
France’s system of higher education comprises 3,500 public and private institutions. 
The system as a whole offers excellent programs at all levels and in every discipline. More than 900 programs are taught in English!

A world-class economic power
France has the world’s fifth-largest economy. Its gross domestic product ranks second in Europe, and the country is Europe’s second-largest market, with 65 million consumers (IMF 2014, Eurostat 2014). 
France is also the world’s fourth-largest exporter of services (OMC, 2013) and Europe’s leading destination for manufacturing investments (EY, 2014).

An environment favorable to innovation and to young entrepreneurs
France is home to more of the world’s top 100 most innovative companies than any other country in Europe (Thomson Reuters, 2014). 
It ranks sixth in the world in number of international patent applications (OMPI, 2013). 71 competitiveness clusters around the country f orm an appealing ecosystem of startups, laboratories, universities, and major corporations. 
French Tech, with €200 million invested, supports the development of digital enterprises and attracts young talent.


An appealing destination for international students
With more than 295,000 international students at the postsecondary level (MENESR, 2014), 
France trails only the United States and the United Kingdom (UNESCO, 2012). 80% of those who study in France report being satisfied with the quality of education and the value of their French degree. 
9 out of 10 international students hold a positive view of their time in France and recommend France as a study destination. 

Courses

  • Level 1 Diploma in English Communication for Tourism and Hospitality (QCF)
  • Level 2 Diploma in English Communication for Tourism and Hospitality (QCF)
  • Level 3 Diploma in Communication and Research Skills (QCF)
  • Level 3 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality (QCF)
  • Level 4 Diploma in Hospitality Management (QCF)
  • Level 4 Diploma in Tourism Management (QCF)
  • Level 5 Diploma in Hospitality Management (QCF)
  • Level 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF)
  • Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management