In France, kids start school very early: school starts at age 2 (for 52% of children) or 3 (for almost 100%) and children spend 3 years in kindergarten. Schooling is compulsory until age 16. 

In primary schools, French kids spend more hours a year (more than 900, like Italy and the Netherlands) than other European countries (less than 700 for Austria, Germany and Finland).

All professors in public schools and universities are employed and paid by the state. The Ministry of Education is, by far, the largest employer in France. France prides itself on its long-standing on its long-standing tradition of University education.

The high-level of skill available in France reflects the efficiency of its education in academic, professional and technical fields and gives you enough reason to want to benefit from its educational opportunities in all fields of learning.

France offers an extensive network of 87 universities. A wide range of course at various levels. Over 300 Competitive Universities (Grandes Ecoles) as well as research centres of international repute are all working together and exchanging ideas and information. Excellent faculty and curricula to meet all professional needs is the tradition of Franceeducation system.

Higher education in France is imparted through three main categories of institutions with varying objectives, structures and admission requirements. The students who complete Secondary School in France receive a diploma known as the Baccalaurea that entitles them to enter University. 

There are two different types of education institutes you can choose from Universities and GrandesEcoles (Described as competitive Institutes).There are about 87 University and over 300 Grandes Ecoles in France. The university covers all disciplines and trains student for research. 

The Grande Ecoles take in lower number of students in areas that have direct career applicability. These can be either Public or Private institutions.

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