Bae exam in France


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Hi everyone,
I would like to take the bar exam in France knowing that I did all my scholarship in France from primary to the uni but I’m a Mauritian. I saw that to be eligible to take the CRFPA in France (bar exam) one must have the French nationality or can be a foreigner if their country of origins let the French becomes lawyer their. I know this may sound weird but does someone (a foreigner particularly a Mauritian) succeed to take the bar exam in France and became a lawyer there?

Hi everyone,
I would like to take the bar exam in France knowing that I did all my scholarship in France from primary to the uni but I’m a Mauritian. I saw that to be eligible to take the CRFPA in France (bar exam) one must have the French nationality or can be a foreigner if their country of origins let the French becomes lawyer their. I know this may sound weird but does someone (a foreigner particularly a Mauritian) succeed to take the bar exam in France and became a lawyer there?
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Hi everyone,

I would like to take the bar exam in France knowing that I did all my scholarship in France from primary to the uni but I’m a Mauritian. I saw that to be eligible to take the CRFPA in France (bar exam) one must have the French nationality or can be a foreigner if their country of origins let the French becomes lawyer their. I know this may sound weird but does someone (a foreigner particularly a Mauritian) succeed to take the bar exam in France and became a lawyer there?

Hello — To my knowledge requirements to sit the CRFPA are based on education and not nationality. They will likely require a 'BAC+4 level' such as a 'Master 1 in law' (i.e. 4 years of legal studies in law) or equivalent. Many foreigners such as other European citizens, Egyptians and Lebanese regularly pass the French bar exam. (As French citizen I did not personnaly experienced that problem)  

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[quote]Hi everyone,<br>
I would like to take the bar exam in France knowing that I did all my scholarship in France from primary to the uni but I’m a Mauritian. I saw that to be eligible to take the CRFPA in France (bar exam) one must have the French nationality or can be a foreigner if their country of origins let the French becomes lawyer their. I know this may sound weird but does someone (a foreigner particularly a Mauritian) succeed to take the bar exam in France and became a lawyer there? [/quote]<br>Hello — To my knowledge requirements to sit the CRFPA are based on education and not nationality. They will likely require a 'BAC+4 level' such as a 'Master 1 in law' (i.e. 4 years of legal studies in law) or equivalent. Many foreigners such as other European citizens, Egyptians and Lebanese regularly pass the French bar exam. (As French citizen I did not personnaly experienced that problem)&nbsp;&nbsp;
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