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Study in Albi

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Why study in Albi?

Albi is a picturesque city in the south of France, on the banks of the Tarn river. It has a population of around 50,000 people and is well known for its beautiful architecture, rich heritage, and breathtaking scenery.

International students have so much to see and do in the city. Whether you’re interested in history, art, shopping, or simply want to enjoy some of France’s delicious cuisine, so there’s something for every passion in Albi.

The city has a lively culture and vibrant nightlife. There are plenty of bars, clubs, cultural districts, and entertainment venues available for overseas students to discover. Albi comes alive with music and festivals during the summer months - the atmosphere is awesome.

There are a number of major French cities located in close proximity to Alibi. Toulouse is around an hour away by car and train. Other cities like Montpellier and Perpignan are also easy to reach - perfect if you’re a budding traveler.

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