Before heading to France, you have to solve a lot of organizational issues associated with getting a French visa, selecting accommodation and choosing an educational institution. Dealing with these details from outside the country is rather hard. Quartier Latin is your “eyes” and “hands” here in France. Our “eyes” see the whole picture of your needs and our “hands” successfully find the right solutions for you.
However, if part of the aim you’ve set yourself involves you getting to know this magical country yourself, personally choosing a university and your future apartment, meeting acquaintances, and, ultimately, just drinking coffee in our office, we are ready and willing to help you organise a friendly visit.
In such cases, we send an invitation letter to our customers: this paper significantly simplifies the process of obtaining a French visa and you can come to France as easily as just going to the countryside for the weekend.
Invitations are issued for a fixed term and can be valid for one year, for example. This gives you more than enough time to deal with any organisational issues associated with finding housing, selecting a university or university courses. In addition, when in France, you can meet some new, useful acquaintances and establish contacts, which is always worth doing!
The service fee is 200 euros for an invitation for 1 person. The service is free to customers that have bought our VIP package.
After finishing studies at college and lycée, school leavers aspire to enroll (the French call it “signing up”) in university.
If, while obtaining a visa or when applying, you encounter unpleasant difficulties, such as security fees or collecting mandatory documents, this is a problem.
While drafting and putting together your dossier, you will encounter some specific features and requirements that cannot be bypassed.
Why do you need a CV when applying to universities in France?
A motivation letter is a very important part of your dossier.
The French government take care of gifted students or those who have low incomes, so that they are not left without the allowances, rewards and social benefits at their disposal.
One of the important stages of applying to virtually any educational institution of France is the interview with its representative.