Admission as an independent international student
Université de Paris welcomes international students who are not part of an exchange programme and who not enrolled in one of our partner universities. The admission process will depend on your country of residence, origin and level of studies.
Before applying, high school and college students or those returning to school are invited to consult the Université de Paris course catalogue to learn about the programmes, their objectives, the opportunities for continued learning as well as professional prospects for each programme.
It is important as an international student that you prepare your stay in France and at Université de Paris. Below you will find the steps to guide you through the admissions process.
Step 1: Choose your programme
To learn about the terms and conditions of the programme you are interested in, we recommend that you first visit our website or send an email to the contact person indicated on the course description in the A to Z section.
Step 2: Apply
International students who wish to enroll for the first year of an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree at Université de Paris must apply for a pre-enrollment procedure, called a Preliminary Admission Requestor or “DAP”.
International students who wish to enroll at Université de Paris (except for the first year of a Bachelor’s degree) must submit their application directly on the Campus France “Études en France” platform if you reside in one of the 46 countries :
Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Tchad, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam.
For more details on the registration processes, visit the Campus France website
If your country is not listed on Campus France, students must connect to the university application portal eCandidat.
Note: In some cases, it is mandatory to provide the results of an official French test (TCF).
Step 3: Application Review
To determine your eligibility, a committee will review your application. In some cases, students may be invited to an interview and/or language test. Selection committees will review the academic background, cover letter and letters of recommendation.
Step 1: Requesting authorisation to register
If the selection committee accepts the application, an authorisation to register will be sent by the pedagogical secretariat of the chosen programme. Without this document, it will not be possible to register at Université de Paris.
Step 2: Get informed on the registration procedure
It is likely that the registration authorisation already contains all the necessary information and the procedure for registering.
If not, it is recommended that you contact the pedagogical department of the chosen programme. The contacts for each course are available in the course catalog. The person responsible for the course will send the registration form, provide the list of required documents and will indicate the next steps for online registration.
Step 3: Administrative registration
This procedure generally takes place between July and the end of September.
In order to finalize the administrative registration, students must submit a copy of the supporting documents on the PJ WEB digital server (secure access). If the file is incomplete, it cannot be processed. As a result, the registration may take longer than expected.
In case of an incomplete file, the “Administrative Registration” team will contact the students in order to help them finalise their registration. Incorrect or illegible documents will be rejected and will require a new submission.
Tuition fees are to be paid online by credit card (fully secured payment). They will be communicated individually to each student after having finalised the registration application.
Payment can be made in three installments, with maximum of 170 € per installment.
European students pay the same fees as French students:
- Licence : 170 € + 92 € CVEC*
- Master : 243 € + 92 € CVEC*
- Doctorate: 380 € + 92 € CVEC*
Non-European student (non-exchange status):
In 2020/2021, Université de Paris has decided to grant non-European students a partial exemption from registration fees. As a result, they will pay the same fees as French and European students:
- Licence: 170 € + 92 € CVEC*
- Master: 243 € + 92 € CVEC*
- Doctorate: 380 € + 92 € CVEC*
All students, regardless of their country of origin:
- The student and campus life contribution (CVEC) is mandatory.
- The registration fees can vary by about 2% each year.
- Specific courses such as Erasmus Mundus may sometimes be subject to additional fees. Please refer to the pages dedicated to these courses (NANOMED and EPOG+).
Student card and pedagogical registration
As soon as the registration is completed and validated, students will receive through the postal service at their home address the student card and school certificate. If necessary, new copies can be printed from the My web application.
Once this step is completed, the pedagogical registration can be done. This second registration allows you to choose and register in the different courses offered by the selected programme.
The pedagogical registration is done in conjunction with the administrative service of the course in which the student has registered, generally between September and December of the academic year.
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