Database of programs [fr]
• Explore the directories of Bachelor, Master or PhD programs offered by French institutions (you can access the webpage in English and refine your search by field of study or region for example – see a screenshot here).
• Most of the programs offered in French institutions are taught in French – this is why most programs’ names are in French in the database. Don’t be scared, you don’t need to be fluent in French to study in France! You can begin to learn some basics of the language, as French universities generally require the B2 level to enter a program - please contact Alliance Française to know further about French-language courses and tests offered throughout South Africa. At your arrival, you will then have access to extensive French classes. In the end, you should be able to speak and write French on a daily basis. Facile !
• Campus France also provides a catalog of postsecondary programs taught in English and which includes nearly 700 programs designed for English-speaking students. The list of programs taught in English in the SAFeThink fields of study is available here.