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Nominations and applications

Published on March 17, 2023 Updated on December 6, 2023


Coordinators from partner universities are invited to send us their nominations through email :  

Nominations must include : 
Name of the student, exchange period, date of birth, academic email address, linguistic track.

Nomination deadlines
Fall semester : April 30th 
Spring semester : October 15th 


Please complete the application form if you are :

  • An exchange student nominated by a partner university (Erasmus+ or bilateral agreement)
  • An independent student (Free Mover) who wishes to apply for the University Diploma in International and Comparative Studies

Application deadlines
Fall semester : May 15th 
Spring semester : November 10th


Applications for the 2024/2025 academic year will open in April 2024.

Application enclosures

To complete their application, students will be asked to provide the following documents :

  • If English is not your first language: proof of language proficiency (B2 level minimum)

    Accepted documents : TOEFL (72 points), TOEIC (785 points), IELTS level B2 minimum (overall score 5.5), Other equivalent test, Official transcript indicating that they have studied in English language, Academic reference written by a professor, the Faculty or International Office at the home university

  • If you have already learnt French: proof of language proficiency B2 level minimum (optional)

    Accepted documents : DELF, TCF or TEF, French Baccalaureate, French-speaking diploma(s), written certificate established by a French teacher or the international relations coordinator indicating your language level in French.

  • Official transcripts or all previous college and university studies.

    If these are not in English, French or Spanish, they will need to be translated.

  • A résumé (CV)

  • A cover letter (motivational letter)

  • An identity photo

Tuition fees

Free movers: € 1,164€ 

Erasmus students and non-European students coming from a partner University are exonerated from payment of fees.