Students who are planning their year abroad might want to look into the variety of ways available for sending euros to France.
The Minnesota Star Tribune has highlighted the "extraordinary" opportunities on offer to young people who choose to study overseas.
They can become independent, master a language and become a global citizen, the paper noted.
However, studying overseas is not cheap and university fees are just one thing that will need to be covered.
Using a foreign exchange broker to send euros to France will help to keep the cost down in comparison to high street banks and cash transfer services.
Overseas students in the Mediterranean country will find that foreign exchange brokers like RationalFX will have some of the most competitive currency rates on offer.
This is because they specialise in moving money around the world so the high value of their transactions allow the company to offer a great rate of exchange to send euros to France.