Is there any minimum graduation percentage for doing any Masters in France?
Asked by Tushar almost 2 years ago
Well, there is not really a minimum requirement when it comes to graduation percentage for doing a masters in France. But based on your CGPA, your options may be very different. Because each university in France has its own preference when it comes to graduation percentage.
For example a more prestigious university may ask for a higher GPA while an average one will be more flexible. For the minimum requirement I can put it around 2.5 GPA. It is equivalent somewhere around 6 CGPA. Wherever you look this will be the minimal requirement by French universities. Below this it is hardly possible to find any university that is worth applying for.
For the best university to Master in France, you will need a 3.5 or higher GPA. This is equal to around 8 CGPA in total. Since the university will be the best one, it is only logical that they ask for better grades. But even so, your grades are not everything on your profile. You will need to know all the aspects so that you can target your dream schools there.
Now it doesn't mean that having a low GPA you can not apply to good universities. Unlike here in India, foreign universities look for many more things students rather than just their grades. For example, putting some quality work experience, test scores, curriculars and community events can help your application greatly.
If you are not sure about what to include in your application and if your profile would be acceptable or not, I suggest you directly get in touch with study abroad experts. They will evaluate your profile and let you know what all schools in France would be appropriate for you and how to apply for those.
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