Moroccan students, like their non-European colleagues, who are planning to enroll in refresher courses in France for the first time, will be concerned about the next academic year by raising tuition fees in France. level of schools and universities in France. These fees will increase from 170 euros currently to 2,770 euros for a license and 3,770 euros for undergraduate and doctoral students (against 243 euros in the magistracy and 380 euros for doctoral studies at present).
This increase is part of the “Welcome to France” attractiveness strategy for international students. The plan, announced last Monday by French Prime Minister Eduard Philippe, is aimed at increasing the number of foreign students in France, providing better conditions for their admission, as indicated by Clelia Cheverre Kolachko, development and cooperation advisor. cultural action and the Director-General of the French Institute of Morocco, who spoke Wednesday at a press conference at the headquarters of the Office of the French Embassy in Rabat.
“France ranks fourth in the world in the number of international students in the world after the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia and the first country that does not speak English. Despite the many advantages, to know the presence of prestigious institutions, good quality of education, it is often shown by students due to the lack of a real home program, ”said the same manager.
Please note that this increase in registration fees will be accompanied by an increase in the number of scholarships issued by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the amount of 7,000 scholarships (of which 300 are Moroccan students) – 15,000 scholarships. Higher education institutions also plan to increase the number of scholarships that they offer directly to receive 6,000 scholarships.