International Students – Individual Application


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You wish to register at the University of Evry Val d’Essonne? Here is the procedure depending on which level of education you wish to apply for.

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To apply for a Licence 1st year (L1):

You must follow the Request for Preliminary Admission procedure – “Demande d’Admission Préalable” (DAP)

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The DAP procedure is required for:

Foreign applicants holding a foreign diploma of secondary school who are applying for a first registration in 1st year of Licence (L1)
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Are exempt from the DAP procedure:
  • Candidates of the European Union, the European Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation
  • Candidates holding the French or the European Baccalaureate, or a diploma under the binational certification system
  • Scholarship students from the French government, from international organization or foreign governments whose grants are managed by CampusFrance
  • Stateless candidates, political refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection
  • Children of diplomats posted in France who also live there.
  • International applicants who can prove enrollment in a post-baccalaureate training given by a French educational institution, the year preceding the academic year for which they present their application.
  • Students wishing to register in L2, L3 or master.

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The DAP procedure:

There are two types of files according to whether the student is abroad (‘white file’), or residing in France (‘green file’):

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You don’t live in France: the ‘white file’ procedure

If you live in a non-European country which uses the “Etudes en France” procedure (Studies in France procedure) – the list of countries is given below – you must fill in the ‘white file’ online via the website of CampusFrance at the following address: http: // www. “Country name” .campusfrance.org (eg http://www.maroc.campusfrance.org)

Countries using the “Etudes en France” procedure: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Mauritius, Mexico, Peru, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, South Korea,Syria, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam.

If you live in a non-European country that does not use the “Etudes en France” procedure, the ‘white file’ is issued by the Department for Cooperation and Cultural Action (SCAC) of the embassy of France in your country.

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You live in France: the ‘green file’ procedure:

If you live in France, the ‘green file’ can be obtained from any university registration’s office.

For Evry, contact:
Mr. David PAULY
Admission of foreign students in L1 – L2
Boulevard François Mitterrand
91025 Evry cedex

e-mail: david.pauly@univ-evry.fr

The files can be downloaded from the following links:

White file: http://www.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/cid24144/-dossier-blanc-demande-d-admission-prealable-inscription-en-premier-cycle.html
Green file: http://www.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/cid24146/-dossier-vert-demande-d-admission-prealable-inscription-en-premier-cycle.html

Their validity is the same as that of printed paper files. However, to be valid, the ‘white file’ or ‘the green file’ must bear the official stamp of the diplomatic post or the university (except in the case of electronic transmission through CampusFrance.)

Therefore, it is not possible to consider any application that has been directly sent by a candidate.

For both types of files, green or white, the candidate chooses only one mention (or major) but can select three universities in which he or she wishes to study that mention:

  1. if the first university rejects the file, that university sends it to the second one before April 15th,
  2. if the second university rejects the request, that university sends the file to the third one before May 15th,
  3. if the third univerisity also rejects the request, that university informs the applicant directly before June 8th.

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Calendar of L1 application under the Request for Preliminary Admission procedure (DAP)

November 15th: Applications begin for the following academic year
January 22nd: Deadline to return DAP files

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Checking your linguistic level: the French Knowledge Test (TCF – Test de Connaissance du Français)

If you apply for a first registration in Licence 1 in a French university, you must justify that you have a sufficient level of proficiency in French to follow the course you wish to apply for. The B2 level is required for all the TCF tests.

A French Knowledge Test (TCF) is organized for foreign candidates before February 22. This test is organized by the International Centre for Educational Studies (CIEP – Centre International des études pédagogiques).

The TCF certificate is not required for:

  • Nationals of a State where French is the exclusive official language or the administrative language
  • Students who have completed all of their secondary education in a French-language institution.
  • Students from French bilingual sections on the list established by the Ministry of Education
  • Holders of the Advanced Diploma in French Language (DALF) level C1 and C2
  • Holders of French Language Studies Diploma (DELF) B2
    Candidates who have passed the French assessment test (TEF) organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris (CCIP) and have obtained a score of 14/20 in writing.
  • Candidates with a certificate of TCF for DAP under 2 years at the time the application is submitted.

For more information: http://www.ciep.fr/en/tcf-dap

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For an application in Licence 2nd year (L2), Licence 3rd year (L3), Master 1st year (M1) or Master 2nd year (M2)

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The procedure is different if you live abroad or in France:

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You don’t live in France

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If you live in a non-European country using the “Etudes en France” procedure (Studies in France procedure) – the list of countries is given below – you must fill in the application form online via the website of CampusFrance at the following address: http: // www. “Country name” .campusfrance.org (eg http://www.maroc.campusfrance.org)

Countries using the “Etudes en France” procedure: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, China, Colombia, Chile, Comoros, Congo,Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mauritania,Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mexico, Peru, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, South Korea, Syria, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam.

Please note: To apply for a Master, the procedure is different if you aply for a Master “Evry” and “ESPE” (see the university website under “Offre de formation”) or if it is a Master “Paris Saclay” (see Paris Saclay Master programs: http://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/fr/formation/masters)


To apply for a Master Evry and ESPE: You must fill in the application form electronically via the website of CampusFrance at the following address: http: // www “country name”.. campusfrance.org (eg http://www.maroc.campusfrance.org)


To apply for a Master Paris Saclay: For the academic year 2016-2017, a derogation is made to facilitate the registration application procedures: you do not APPLY via the website of CampusFrance. You must follow the following steps:

  1. Consult the course offer on the website of Paris Saclay: http://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/fr/formation/masters
    To apply for a Master Paris Saclay, you must register on the application https://apply-tc.ecp.fr/
  2. Applicants who will receive an admission agreement will have to contact by email the Espace Campus France in their country. The e-mail address can be found on www.nameofthecountry.campusfrance.org “. For example, an Algerian student will connect to “www.algerie.campusfrance.org” to find the e-mail address of the Campus France office in their country.
    You must specify the title of the email as followed: “Admission
    University Paris Saclay”. Campus France Officers will help you complete your electronic folder for the visa application.

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If you live in a non-European country that does not use the “Etudes en France” procedure, it is your responsibility to contact directly the department education office of the course you wish to apply for.

You can get the department contacts by clicking on the “Training” tab on the UEVE website, then “training offer” and then the tab “admission requirements – practical information” of the course you wish to apply for.

To apply for a Licence 2nd year, download the application form:

Dossier inscription étranger L2 2016-2017

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Calendar of applications for L2, L3, M1 and M2 if you live abroad:

January 1st: Beginning of registration
March 31st: registration deadline

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You live in France

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If you live in France, it is your responsibility to contact directly the department education office of the course you wish to apply for.

You can get the department contacts by clicking on the “Training” tab on the UEVE website, then “training offer” and then the tab “admission requirements – practical information” of the course you wish to apply for.

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Calendar of applications for L2:

early April: Get your application form
Mid-June: Return of Applications

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Calendar for applications for L3, M1 and M2:

Variable calendar depending on the requested courses

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Checking your linguistic level: the French Knowledge Test (TCF – Test de Connaissance du Français) regardless of the country of residence (abroad or in France)

You must prove that you have a sufficient level of proficiency in French to enable you to follow the course you wish to apply for. The B2 level is required for all the TCF tests.

You will need to provide a certificate from the French Knowledge Test (TCF) issued by the centers approved by the International Centre for Educational Studies (CIEP – Centre International des Etudes Pédagogiques)

The TCF certificate is not required for:

  • Nationals of a State where French is the exclusive official language or the administrative language
  • Students who have completed all of their secondary education in a French-language institution.
  • Students from French bilingual sections on the list established by the Ministry of Education
  • Holders of the Advanced Diploma in French Language (DALF) level C1 and C2
  • Holders of French Language Studies Diploma (DELF) B2
    Candidates who have passed the French assessment test (TEF) organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris (CCIP) and have obtained a score of 14/20 in writing.
  • Candidates with a certificate of TCF for DAP under 2 years at the time the application is submitted.

For more information on the TCF and test centers: http://www.ciep.fr/en/tcf-tout-public