FRENCH EDUCATION AS A PASSPORT TO UNIVERSITIES ACROSS THE WORLD
After completing their school education at the LFIR, students can attend other international education systems or, if they have completed high school and obtained their high-school diploma (“baccalauréat”), apply to join international Universities.
The French “baccalauréat”, which students receive at the end of high school, is highly regarded worldwide as it is considered a comprehensive, rigorous program which requires in-depth knowledge and provides excellent preparation for the demands of higher education.
The baccalauréat is widely accepted by Universities across the world, whether in France, the EU, UK, USA (including Ivy League universities), Canada, Australia, etc. In fact, North American Universities often grant extra credits (up to a full year of study) to Baccalauréat holders.
The “baccalauréat” obtained by the students of AEFE schools has the same value as the diplomas obtained in France, ensuring that students have access to the best Universities, specialist schools or Institutes in France and abroad.