Applying from other countries
If you live in a country where the “Etudes en France” procedure is not yet in use, here’s how to apply for admission.
How should I make contact with institutions that offer the programs that interest me?
For admission to the first year of all other postsecondary programs, create your CampusArt account and do not forget to activate it using the email that was sent to you. Complete your online application in French. All the programs’ responsible of members CampusArt schools will have access to your file as soon as it is approved by us.
To apply create your online account
First create your CampusArt account and do not forget to activate it using our sended email. Complete your CampusArt application in French. All the programs advisers of the CampusArt members schools will have access to your application as soon as it is approved by us.Online application User’s guide/F.A.Q.
To how many institutions should I apply?
It’s a good idea to apply to at least three different institutions. Doing so will really improve your chances!
Keep in mind that some institutions receive far more applications than they can accept. Fortunately, France’s higher education system is large and diverse, so you can nearly always find alternatives that will offer you the quality education you seek.
The last step: registering for classes
On arriving France, you—and every other student—will have to take the last step before classes begin. That last step to register in person at your new institution. As part of the registration process, you will choose your courses for the upcoming term and pay any balance due for tuition and fees.
When you register, you will receive a certificate of enrollment and a student ID card. These are important—they confirm your legal status as a student. These documents are delivered in person, and generally only after you have settled any outstanding balances.