CampusArt operation

CampusArt operation

Foreign students who studied art and architecture (fine arts, art history, music, architecture, design, film, video, dance, graphics,…) for a certain number of years of higher studies (except for a request for preparatory class or bac level)  have the opportunity to address their online applications to all the network institutions through a single file.

The application is an electronic form detailing the student career. It must mention preferences (programs areas, specialties and types of program) and make 7 courses’ choices. We recommend selecting Universities also. It is supplemented by supporting documents to be attached to the CampusArt application file, allowing verification of the information in the electronic file.
This file can be accessed by all programs managers proposed by CampusArt.

Schools Network contact candidates who caught their interest and possibly send their proposal for admission.

Applicants are free to accept or reject a proposal: they can only enroll in one of their courses on their personnal CampusArt account.

Applicants must verify the program level offered and prerequisites (what degree, what year of entry into training …).

Enrolling in a CampusArt program is confirmed by the payment of fee (300 euro) on the CampusArt account of the applicant and not directly with the school. Candidates don’t have to pay until the confirmation of enrollment (excluding any costs relating to documents that accompany the electronic file).

The costs programs themselves are then paid directly to the host institution. The amount is specified in the offers sent to candidates.

Warning: any student who did not complete his CampusArt application will not be registered on the list sent to the Campus France Areas corresponding to his country.

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 which will then enable you to get the French visa. For the students concerned, you have the right to choose schools that are not in the “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.