Information for French students wishing to study a postgraduate programme at Cranfield University
Cranfield University has a vibrant international community and is historically a popular destination for students from France.
We currently have more than 500 students from France studying with us.
As an exclusively postgraduate university with a student to staff ratio - 7:1 that is one of the best for any university in the UK and the world, Cranfield represents a unique offering for French students thinking of studying in the UK. French students at Cranfield benefit from excellent teaching delivered by our world-renowned academics, state-of-the art facilities and real-life industry projects with leading global organisations.
Cranfield provides a professional working environment and our students from France also enjoy campus life and get involved in a wide variety of activities run by Cranfield Student Association.
English language requirements
To study for a formal award at Cranfield you will need to demonstrate that you can communicate effectively in English in an academic environment. For full details visit our English language requirements section.
Entry requirements for students from France:
- Licence or Diplôme d'Ingénieur
Our general entry requirement is a UK Honours degree (minimum second class lower) or international equivalent. Our Admissions Office staff have extensive knowledge of a wide range of qualifications from all over the world and will assess your qualifications against our UK entry requirements. Applications are considered on an individual basis and the information provided here is intended as a general guide. Holding this level of qualification does not guarantee entry and some programmes may have higher entry requirements.
Full entry requirements for individual courses can be found on the individual course pages. Please read them carefully as there can sometimes be additional requirements.
The University possesses close links to the industry and institutions. My group project and thesis project were both sponsored by the Environment Agency which allowed me to have close links with the world of work and concrete projectsPauline Gorgery, Current student