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Grenoble

Grenoble is the most populated city in the French Alps and is perfect to combine your postgraduate study with both city and mountain living.

Nice

There's a reason that Nice has the nickname Nice la Belle, which means Nice the Beautiful - it's because you won't find a much nicer place to study a graduate program.

Montpellier

Montpellier has a long and illustrious career in providing graduate study. The University of Montpellier is one the oldest in the world, with it being founded in 1160.

Paris

What more can you say about Paris? The city of love, the home of the Eiffel Tower and philosophy has probably had more clichés written about it than any other city.

Strasbourg

Strasbourg is a vibrant city on the France/Germany border with a long-held tradition of higher education. It is widely held to be one of the best centres for education in France, second only to Paris.

Lille

If you are looking for a picturesque location in which to study your postgraduate course, Lille would be a good place to start.

Lyon

Lyon is one of France's great providers of education, with a large concentration of university students in the city

Rennes

Rennes is a great place for taking a graduate program in France. It has a large student population of around 60,000 and is home to two main universities.

Toulouse

As one of the biggest cities in the country, Toulouse is worth a look as a place to take your graduate program in France.

Versailles

Few places have the historic significance of Versailles.

Dijon

Dijon is a small, historical city with a large student population.

Bordeaux

Bordeaux is a vibrant, cosmopolitan centre perfect for postgraduate study.

Marseille

Marseille is France's second largest city and enjoys 300 days of sunshine every year, and so if you are looking for a hot destination for postgraduate study Marseille is a good choice.