You are a british citizen

Brexit: check how the new rules affect you

On 24 December 2020, the EU and UK reached a trade and cooperation agreement which will determine the rules that apply from 1 January 2021 to relations between the EU and the UK in a number of areas.

Read more on official information for UK nationals living in or moving to France need to know, including guidance on residency, healthcare and driving.

With regard to the impacts for MPH students

Tuition fees

British citizens are now treated like Non-EU citizens regarding student mobility, fees and research in France. Tuition fees are 5 500€ per year (incl. registration fees).

Travel and stay conditions in France

As of the 1st of January 2021, UK citizens will need a Long Stay visa if staying in France or in a French Oversea territory for more than 90 days whatever the purpose of stay (work, studies, ICT, Au Pairing, passport talent, visitor, family reunification, family members of French nationals, etc.).

You will therefore need to submit an application for a Long Stay visa (staying more than 90 days in France) to the French Consulate General London if you are a UK resident or to the French Consulate in the country you live in.

Read more on How will British nationals be able to travel in France after the end of the transition period ?

“Etudes en France” procédure

Once you have obtained your admission from a higher education institution, you will need to complete your visa procedure via the Studies in France platform.