CampusArt and countries using the “Etudes en France” procedure

CampusArt and countries using the “Etudes en France” procedure

Approaches

CampusArt does not replace the “Etudes en France” process now established in most countries where a visa is required. The “Etudes en France” process is mandatory in the countries concerned. You must follow the steps at the same time you complete the CampusArt application, since this is the “Etudes en France” process .
For the students concerned, you have the right to choose non-connected schools with this “Studies in France” procedure: the “Study in France” procedure is compulsory for the students of the countries concerned but not for French higher education institutions. It is therefore normal that you do not find all the schools in the list of the procedure in France.
Some countries provide facilities “Etudes en France” procedure for students who will be enrolled by CampusArt : half price or free for fees exemption or maintenance of acceleration. This is the case of Algeria, China, Côte d’Ivoire, Colombia, Vietnam, … Check with your Campus France Area.

Get Information

CampusArt is a way to guide and to get information. CampusArt is an additional opportunityfor a already high level student (more than 3 years of higher education in art or architecture), to quickly obtain an admission certificate from a French institution, which will help him apply for the visa.

Free

And CampusArt is free until the applicant chooses to accept an offer of admission. So there’s no reason to hesitate. CampusArt was established to inform and assist prospective international students.

Mandatory registration procedure in the countries using the “Etudes en France” procedure

The “Etudes en France” procedure begins with the creation of a personal electronic application file, a process you can complete at your own pace. An application fee is charged.

The “Etudes en France” mechanism offers prospective students the benefit of guidance and support at every step in the admission process, from application to enrollment. It even allows applicants to apply for their visa online and to track the progress of their electronic application.

Applicants open a personal account on the Web site of the Campus France office in their country of residence. From there they follow a paperless procedure that enables them to submit applications for admission and to dialog with the staff of the Campus France office in their country and with representatives of the institutions from which they hope to receive an offer of admission (whether under the DAP program or not).

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.

If you live in one of the following countries, you must use the online “Etudes en France” procedure :
(to create your “Etudes en France” folder, click)

Some countries provide facilities “Etudes en France” procedure for students who will be enrolled by CampusArt : half price or free for fees exemption or maintenance of acceleration. This is the case of Algeria, China, Côte d’Ivoire, Colombia, Vietnam … Check with your Campus France Area.

If you already have a “Etudes en France” file:

“Etudes en France” Procedure : view your file

In the countries in which the “Etudes en France” procedure is active, the Campus France local office:

  • offers applicants interactive online assistance, information, and guidance using a personal messaging system
  • helps applicants schedule language tests
  • receives from the team CampusArt list of students enrolled in a school of art and architecture by CampusArt and certificates of pre-registration. Warning: any student who did not complete his application CampusArt will not be on the list sent to Campus France Areas of the country.
  • examines applications for completeness and verifies the authenticity of degrees
  • schedules interviews with applicants concerning their educational plans.