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Access Free and Affordable University Education in France

Free Education Seminar on the 21st of September at BCIS Auditorium ( BMICH) Colombo7
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AIC Campusthe first transnational education provider in the country to partner with leading Universities in France to offer Engineering and Business Transfer Programs to French Universities has broaden the French higher education horizon to offer Sri Lankan Students a unique opportunity to access free state University education or affordable industry funded Engineering and Business Schools in France, European Union.

Free Higher Education in France
AIC Campus has been striving hard to provide the best quality higher education opportunities to Sri Lankan students at an affordable cost since its inception.
Keeping in line with AIC Philosophy of quality and affordability uniqueprograms has been launched with the engineering, Science and Business preparatory cycle being conducted in Sri Lanka with the French Language teaching. With the Partnership with Alliance Française De Kotte the French Government’s official Language teaching partner in Sri Lanka and Globally.Native language speakers will teach the language successfully to reach the required proficiency level of Universities in France.

A well-Diversified Higher Education System
French higher education involves 2.5 million students. 12% of them are from abroad. All of them are benefiting from highly diversified training, and they are enrolled in every field, at every level.
There are more than 3,500 public and private institutes of higher education in France: 72 universities, 25 multi-institute campuses, 271 Doctoral schools, 227 engineering schools authorized to award the title of engineer, 220 business and management schools.
In virtually all countries in the world, the pinnacle of the education system, the institutions providing the finest centers of excellence, are universities.
Not so in France. While France has close to a hundred universities, most of them able to hold their own as regards to teaching and research with universities in other parts of Europe, however in France it is represented by the country’s “Grandes Ecoles”, relatively small and highly selective “schools” (in the American sense of the word) which provide higher education to the nation’s future elites – tomorrow’s “haut fonctionnaires” (senior civil servants), leaders of industry, top military brass, top politicians, engineers, physicists and others.

Understanding the French Higher Education System.
ESDES is part of the elite group of top French schools known as the “Grandes Écoles” an honor which attests to the quality of education that is offered at the school. In addition to offering Master’s degrees in either Management or Engineering, the members of “Grandes Écoles” are linked by their focus on innovative teaching methods, international mobility for students and faculty members, and their research departments. The “Grandes Écoles” were founded as an alternative to the broader education provided by universities and despite their name, most of the “Grandes Écoles” are actually quite small, enrolling fewer than 1,000 students.

Major Areas of Study offered in French Universities
All Universities, Engineering Schools and Business Schools in France offer all major areas of study in Business, Engineering, Sciences, IT and Computer Science. Some more relevant and up to date majors are as follows.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering/Industrial Automation/Robotics/Mechatronics/Computer Network Architecture/Computer Science/Mechanical Engineering/Automobile Engineering/Aeronautical Engineering/Aerospace Engineering/Biomedical EngineeringBusiness Management/International Business/Marketing/Economics/Financial Management/Hospitality Management.

Join AIC Campus to gain access to Free Education in France
AIC Campus provide the right blend of preparatory cycle courses during the two years of study in Sri Lanka and prepare the students to continue their higher education in France in an institution of their choice.
Graduates are allowed to work for 18 months upon Graduation and extendable for further 18 months with possible residency in the European Union.

Free Information session will be held on the 01stofSeptember 2018 at Bandaranaike Center for International Studies (BCIS) Auditorium (BMICH) starting at 9.30AM.
Please call one of our counselors and discuss your future higher education and career path in Europe’s most popular destination and reserve your seat for the Free information session on the 01st September in Colombo on 0765 779 779/0768 268 163.

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