Help British families with French education choices

Decisions, decisions… plenty of careers advice is available for students such as Robert, pictured with mother Joanne

Good careers advice can be hard to come by and students often do not know where their future lies. The Connexion discovers one option

It is the time of year when baccalauréat students have to start thinking seriously about where they want to go next for their post-school studies.

There is a huge variety of courses on offer, including apprenticeships, university degrees, private schools, or more technical qualifications, such as BTS or DUT.

The internet platform on which they have to register their choices – parcoursup.fr  – opens on December 20 and will list about 14,500 courses on offer.

Until then, students can look up information which explains the procedure and gives advice on choosing courses on the site terminales2019-2020.fr.

From mid-January to mid-March, students will have to opt for a maximum of 10 courses but can still add details if necessary for some options, such as ...

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