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Supporting your journey to study in France

Campus France

Campus France is the French national agency for the promotion of higher education, international student services, and international mobility. It guides international students throughout their application in French higher education institutions.

Call to Alumni students for testimonials!

Share your experience to other Bruneians and residents of Brunei Darussalam here!

 Support in Brunei Darussalam

There is currently no dedicated Campus France space in Brunei Darussalam but informative sessions and talks are organised by Alliance Française de Brunei Darussalam with the support of the French Embassy in Brunei, to provide students of the sultanate with some initial guidance and information.

A videoconference with a Campus France space in the region can also be organised for specific enquiries.

Please note that Campus France is not authorised to handle visas or issue consular information. Visa applications have to be directly submitted in Singapore where they are processed by the visa section of the Embassy of France in Singapore.

Follow our social media or contact us to be informed of the next Informative Session or how to be in contact with a Campus France space in the region.



Alliance Française de Brunei Darussalam

>  Where to find information

Starting point with the ‘Studying in France’ page from the Embassy of France in Bandar Seri Begawan, or accessible through the link

From Campus France website, find out the benefits of studying in France and information about the application process:, or accessible through the link


>  Studying - which programme

Finding Bachelor's programme
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Catalogue of programmes taught in English

Most programmes in France are taught in French language, but the offer of English taught Bachelors and Masters has been increasing over the past years to satisfy a growing demand from international students.

There are 1200 programmes, including 900 taught entirely in English.

View the available programmes through this link:

>  Should you learn French?

It is now easier to find 100% English taught programs; it is still recommended for you to learn basic French for everyday life.

To study a French program in French language, a B2 level is required, except Sciences Po, law (Assas), and Doctorat levels which require a C1 level.


To reach a B2 level in French from the CEFR, around 650 hours are needed (CEFR = Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

Learn French with us, find a course or contact us:

>  How to apply

The online platform ‘Études en France’ is used in some countries and currently, is not by Brunei Darussalam.


Non-European students not affected by the "Etudes en France" procedure must submit a "Demande d'Admission Préalable - DAP" (preliminary request for admission) to enrol in the first year of a training at “Licence” (Bachelor's) degree course. For other levels, you will have to contact the institute concerned.

Find out more here on the application process:

>  Scholarship

Funding and postdoctoral opportunities, fellowship and internship offers can be found on

Campus France’s website. Follow the links to find out:

>  Testimony and experience of Alumni

France Alumni

Available in more than 120 countries, France Alumni website lets foreign graduates of French higher education and foreign researchers stay in touch with France, communicate with each other and access a large number of internship and employment offers.

>  Studying in France from the point of view of Bruneians and Brunei residents alumni

Read about alumni students' experiences in France!

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