So, you have been refused a visa. We understand your condition. Believe us, it is no reason to give up. You can apply for a visa again, but let's first examine what the problem actually is.
The reasons for visa refusal are almost never revealed in detail by the Consulate. It may be due to incorrect proof of sufficient funds, incomplete set of documents or incorrect completion of any [French visa application forms] (link to section 2.2). The visa application center may have questions about your [place of residence in France] (link to section 4.3) or about your [guarantor in France] (link to section 6.11). By the way, for each of the above items, there is an introductory article on our site.
What should you do? Submit your documents again! Our experience has shown that resubmitted dossiers are evaluated more carefully so you should pay attention to all possible details and eliminate all the controversial points in your dossier.
If you want to enjoy a state of calm while your documents are under the close inspection of French Consulate staff, contact us for the [checking documents before submission] service (reference section 2.5). You may look at your dossier and not notice obvious mistakes, which we can easily help you to correct.
The price of the service is 1000 euros. If, upon submitting the dossier, you still have a refusal - Quartier Latin will compensate you 50% of the advance payment (500 euros). The price includes drawing up [a cover letter].
After finishing studies at college and lycée, school leavers aspire to enroll (the French call it “signing up”) in university.
If you don't know anything about world famous Grand Ecoles then you know nothing about education in France!
While drafting and putting together your dossier, you will encounter some specific features and requirements that cannot be bypassed.
Why do you need a CV when applying to universities in France?
A motivation letter is a very important part of your dossier.
The French government take care of gifted students or those who have low incomes, so that they are not left without the allowances, rewards and social benefits at their disposal.
One of the important stages of applying to virtually any educational institution of France is the interview with its representative.