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The article discusses the types of education in France: primary, secondary and higher. France ranks first among non-English speaking countries in terms of the number of international students studying in it. Every third doctoral degree here is awarded to a foreigner.
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Abdukhalikovna, M. K., & Khinzhihon, R. (2023). Features of Higher Education in Europe: On the Example of France. International Journal on Economics, Finance and Sustainable Development, 5(3), 7-13. Retrieved from https://journals.researchparks.org/index.php/IJEFSD/article/view/4074
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