France new education destination for AP

HYDERABAD:  Around 198 Andhra Pradesh students have chosen France as their higher education destination the last two years. These numbers are low considering the total number of  Ind

Published: 29th April 2012 03:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:48 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:  Around 198 Andhra Pradesh students have chosen France as their higher education destination the last two years. These numbers are low considering the total number of  Indian students flying to France each year. With its new premises at Banjara Hills, Alliance Francaise, Hyderabad and Campus France organised ‘Cafe du Savoir’ -  a round table conference to discuss French studies, internships, language and culture for aspiring students, here on Saturday.  

“France is not the choice for Indians when it comes to education in Europe, but it definitely is the best. Twenty per cent of French budget is on education and education cost is lower compared to other European countries,” said Vasudha Muralikrishna, education adviser, AFH.

It is a fact that, most AP students prefer business management and engineering courses in France.

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