International exchange program Students (Erasmus+, BCI, MICEFA etc…)


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Erasmus+ Program

Co-financed by the European Union

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Erasmus+ is the EU program in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020. This program is based on over 25 years of success in European education programs, training and youth covering the size of intra-European and international cooperation.

This program allows foreign students to undertake a -three-month to one academic year- study stay at the UEVE.

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Check the list of UEVE’s Erasmus+ partner institutions.

Consult the course offerings of UEVE

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FYI: The Erasmus Institutional Code of the University is: F EVRY04

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Program Benefits

  • You are exempt from UEVE registration fees
  • You can validate your Erasmus mobility thanks to the European credit transfer system, (ECTS)
  • You can get the diploma prepared in your home institution if you validate courses from your study contract called “learning agreement”

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What is a learning agreement?
A learning agreement is a study contract that specifies the curriculum to follow, as agreed by the student and his teacher. It defines the learning outcomes concerned for the period of study abroad and establishes formal rules for recognition. The learning agreement also specifies the location of the study period.

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Participation requirements

  • Be enrolled in a Partner University of the University of Evry Val d’Essonne
  • Follow in Europe an existing course in your home university and at UEVE
  • Have a good academic record
  • Have the language level required to follow the teachings at UEVE. At UEVE, most courses are taught in French. The minimum language level required in French is usually B1.

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Perso_02OLS Language Assessment (Online Linguistic Support)

Students selected for the program Erasmus+ have to take the OLS assessment to evaluate their level of proficiency in French.
You will have to take a first language assessment  before your departure, then a second assessment at your return of mobility in order to monitor your progress in French during your mobility at UEVE.
Although it is mandatory, it will not prevent you from participating to the Erasmus+ program.
After you took the 1st language assessment, you will have the possibility to follow a free online language course.
The international office of your home institution will tell you how to get access to the platform for the language assessment and the language course online.
For more information about the OLS Language assessment, click on the link below:  http://erasmusplusols.eu/assessment-test/

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Registration procedures for the Erasmus + program

  1. If you wish to study at UEVE under the Erasmus + program, you must first check that your home institution has signed an inter-institutional agreement with UEVE (check list of Erasmus agreements)
  2. You must contact your Office in charge of International Relations of your home Institution and ask what is the Erasmus registration procedure.
  3. The Office in charge of International Relations at your home Institution will transmit a “Nomination sheet” to the Research and International Relations Office of UEVE, indicating the list of candidates selected to participate in the Erasmus + program.
  4. Selected students will receive an e-mail from the Research and International Relations Office of UEVE, with the documents that students will have to complete and return by the deadline that will be given to them. (Application Form and Learning agreement).

    Application deadlines at UEVE
    Autumn semester
    full academic year 
    Spring semester
    1st June 30th October
  5. The Research and International Relations Office will forward the application form and the learning agreement for each selected student to the teacher in charge of the chosen course program at UEVE. If the teacher accepts the application, he or she will sign the student’s learning agreement. The Research and International Relations Office will be in charge of informing the student and will send to the student the signed learning agreement.

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Housing

Erasmus Students can ask for a student housing at the CROUS university residence. To apply for a room, nominated student will simply have to tick the box provided for this purpose in the Erasmus application form that will be sent to them.

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Available housing is T1bis type: These are apartments with 2 bedrooms, a living room to share, with a desk and a kitchenette with a fridge and 2 hotplates.

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Private students housing is also available.

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On arrival in France, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. You will have to pay your first rent (approx. 350 euros) + the CROUS security deposit (approx. 145 euros). You will also have to provide a home insurance certificate for your accommodation to the CROUS residence. The Office in charge of Student Mobility can assist you in obtaining a home insurance.
    Note: No matter what your day of arrival is within the month, you will have to pay the rent for the whole month. So we advise you to arrive right on the 1st day of the first week of the month (and not at the end of the month).
  2. You will need to proceed with administrative registration in order to get your student card.
  3. If you wish, you can open a bank account in France. This will facilitate your daily activities in France. You could for example subscribe a home insurance for your housing (approx. 15 euros per month).

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The Office in charge of Student Mobility will be happy to assist you in all your administrative procedures on arrival in France.

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Dates of arrival in France

To know when your courses start, you will need to contact the teacher in charge of the courses you will follow at UEVE or the educational and administrative office of the relevant course.

In general, students coming for the 1st semester or the whole year come on September 1st. Students coming for the 2nd semester usually arrive around January or February.


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MICEFA for North American StudentslogoMicefa

This inter-university cooperation program allows students from member institutions of the MICEFA program to attend classes in France for one academic year or semester.

The MICEFA gives North American students access to real experience of study in a French university where they will study with French-speaking students.

The MICEFA offers North American students a 3 to 4 weeks orientation program to help them acclimate to their new life in Paris and prepare their semester or year of study.

On the advice of the Academic Director of MICEFA, each student builds his or her program of study. Depending on their level of proficiency in French and curricula in their home universities, they will fit into one of fourteen partners MICEFA.

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Benefits

  • You remain enrolled in their home institution
  • You benefit from academic recognition of the period of study in France.

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More information:

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Bilateral exchange programs

.If you come from a higher education institution that has signed a bilateral agreement with the University of Evry Val d’Essonne, you may be able to spend a semester or a year of study at UEVE as an exchange student.

For more information, please see the list of UEVE international agreements or send an e-mail to rel-int@univ-evry.fr

.Program Benefits

  • You are exempt from tuition fees at UEVE,
  • You will get the diploma prepared in your home institution, if you validate courses from your study contract.

A study contract specifies the curriculum to follow, as agreed by the student and his or her teacher. It defines the learning outcomes concerned for the period of study abroad and establishes formal provisions for recognition. The contract also specifies the location of the study period. In this study contract, UEVE and the student must also agree on the level of language proficiency (main language of instruction).

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Conditions to participate in a bilateral exchange program

  • Be enrolled at a Higher Education Institution partner of UEVE,
  • Follow at UEVE an existing teaching in your home institution,
  • Have a good academic record.

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Steps not to be missed to file your application:

Interested students should meet the International Relations Office in their home institution to get more information and examine any administrative forms related to mobility.

Note: Depending on the chosen destination, also think about the formalities you will have to do if you need a visa during your mobility period in France.

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logoBCI

Canada : Programme d’échange d’étudiants du BCI

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Ce programme permet aux étudiants inscrits dans des universités québécoises, de poursuivre leurs études, pendant un semestre ou une année à l’UEVE en bénéficiant des avantages suivants :drapeaucanada

  •  demeurer inscrit dans son établissement d’origine
  • bénéficier d’une reconnaissance académique de la période d’études effectuée  en France.

Les étudiants désireux de poser leur candidature à un programme d’échanges doivent d’abord vérifier leur admissibilité en s’adressant au responsable des programmes d’échanges d’étudiants de la CREPUQ de leur établissement d’attache.

Après avoir complété le formulaire de demande de participation, les candidats doivent soumettre leur dossier complet au responsable de leur établissement d’attache au plus tard à la mi-février ou avant, selon la date fixée par l’établissement.

Le responsable de l’établissement d’attache assurera la transmission des dossiers dans les établissements d’accueil. Une demande de participation transmise directement par un candidat ne sera pas considérée.

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Le dossier de candidature doit comprendre les pièces suivantes :

  • une copie imprimée du formulaire électronique de demande de participation dûment signée par le candidat ;
  • une copie de la fiche individuelle d’état civil ou de tout autre document officiel attestant de l’identité du candidat ;
  • une copie du relevé de notes attestant les cours universitaires complétés et la liste des cours auxquels le candidat est présentement inscrit à l’établissement d’attache ;
  • une lettre présentant les objectifs de formation poursuivis en participant au programme d’échanges ;
  • la liste des cours (sigle et titre) que le candidat projette de suivre ;
  • une approbation de la liste des cours projetés émise par le doyen, le directeur des études ou l’instance appropriée de l’établissement ;
  • une lettre personnalisée de recommandation émise par le doyen, le directeur des études ou l’instance appropriée de l’établissement d’attache.

For any enquiries about your student mobility at UEVE, please contact:

Student Mobility Office

Tel: +33 1 69 47 71 76

E-mail: rel-int@univ-evry.fr

Research and International Relations Office

1er étage, bâtiment Ile de France, bureau 108C

Bld F. Mitterrand

91025 Evry Cedex, France


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Grading system:

In France, the grading system is based on scores ranging from 0 to 20.

20 is the maximum mark and 10 is the average to pass a test.
A full-time academic year totals 60 ECTS (30 ECTS per semester).
The scores expressed in ECTS are between A (the top 10%) and F (failure, credits not obtained).

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