Like your comrades in international mobility. To come to spend one semester or one year at a bachelor’s degree at a university as part of an exchange program (Erasmus+ program, BCI program, etc.) or inter-university. You must comply two step
First step: Apply to your university or country.
Second, if your file is accepted You must submit your application to the desired establishment. A level of is generally required to be certified.
One year to complete all these steps.
Individual applicants in Europe
Registration is possible through the Parcoursup platform.
Conversely, to enter an L2, L3, or Master’s degree, you must send your application directly to the university of your interest. no visa required
Individual non-European applicants
The individual admissions process varies depending on where you live.
You live in France. To apply for L1, you must complete the green DAP (Pre-Application File), which can be downloaded from the website of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research. and send it to the education department of the relevant university. Between 15 November and 22 January, prior to the academic year in which you apply. You will also need to pass a proficiency test. Unless you are exempt (eg nationality of a -speaking country), no advance request is required. However, to enter L2, L3 or master; You must contact the relevant university directly.
You live in a country that is subject to the CEF procedure. Your application for the L1, L2, L3 or Master will go through the Campus France website if you live in one of the 37 countries covered by the CEF (Centres for Studies in France) This is the case. For example, if you live in Vietnam, Peru, Senegal or Japan, this electronic application will be forwarded to the university of your choice first. A full list of countries covered by the CEF procedure can be found on the Campus France website. Please note that this procedure must be followed in order to obtain a student visa.
you live in another country If you are another student residing abroad You must also download the white DAP on the website of the Department of Higher Education and Research. and return it to the Embassy in your country. Between 15 November and 22 January, prior to the date of the academic year in which you apply. Your application will first be sent directly from the Cultural Services to the university of your choice. You will also need to pass a proficiency test. Unless you are exempt (eg nationality of a -speaking country), on the other hand, DAP is not required to enter L2, L3 or Master. You must apply directly to the university of choice.
Stateless applicants or refugees
You are exempt from the general procedure for accessing higher education and from the DAP if you are a stateless or a refugee or a beneficiary of a sub-protection issued by Ofpra (The Office for Protection of Refugees and the Homeless. nationality). Your application will be sent directly to the establishment.