Coming within the framework of individual mobility

 

IMPORTANT :


For enrolment in L2, L3, M1 and M2 for the 2021-2022 academic year, applications are closed.

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DELIBERATION OF THE GOVERNING BOARD OF JANUARY 26TH 2021

Approving the modification of the framing of the exemption from differentiated tuition fees for international students outside the EU


As from the 2021-2022 academic year, the international non-EU students covered by the ministerial order of 19th April 2019 relating to tuition fees in public higher education establishments, and enrolled in a training leading to the issuance of a national first cycle or second cycle diploma, will be subject to the payment of differentiated tuition fees.

Registration in Bachelor’s degree (Licence): 2 770 €
Registration in Master’s degree : 3 770 €

However, within the framework of our internationalization strategy, partial exemptions (namely the payment of national fees) will be possible according to educational criteria, including the academic quality of the application and social criteria. We do not want excellent candidates to be hindered from joining our university because of the implementation of these differentiated rights.  

All practical and administrative information is available in this document: Application procedure for exemption from differentiated tuition fees

Calendar :

The applications will be considered during an exemption commission to be held in June 2021.
The notifications of attribution and non-attribution will be sent at the end of June by e-mail by the Scholarship Office of the Admissions department.

Contacts :
bureaudesbourses@ml.u-cergy.fr
bureauetrangers@ml.u-cergy.fr

CY Cergy Paris Université “Bienvenue en France” seal of approval!

The University was awarded the “Bienvenue en France” quality-label last year. This label distinguishes institutions providing specific services for welcoming and supporting international students. For further information (in French), click here.

 

International accomodation and welcoming

Foreign applicants already enrolled in French higher education
  • Enrolment in L1 (i.e.: bachelor’s degrees/Ungraduate, year 1)

In order to apply in L1 you have to follow the Parcoursup procedure via this link

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

  • Enrolment in L2, L3, M1 and M2 (i.e.: bachelor’s degrees/Ungraduate years 2 and 3, Master’s degrees/Graduate years 1 and 2)

In order to apply in L2, L3, M1 or M2 you have to follow the ecandidat procedure via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

  • DUT course enrolment (diplôme universitaire de technologie, “University Diploma in Technology”)

In order to apply for a DUT course, you have to follow the Parcoursup procedure via this link

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

Foreign applicants from outside the EU
 
  • Enrolment in L1 (bachelor’s degrees/Ungraduate, year 1)

Applicants residing in a country participating in the Campus France procedure

If you reside in one of the 44 participant countries of Campus France and the Etudes en France procedure (see list at the bottom of the page), you have to follow the latter procedure by creating your application before 17th January 2021 via this link :

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

Applicants residing in countries not participating in the Campus France procedure

Foreign applicants from outside the EU, residing in countries not participating in Campus France have to follow the “DAP blanc” - “prior application for admission” procedure (Demande d'Admission Préalable: applicants have to fill in the “dossier blanc” application form) before 17th January 2021 in order to apply for enrolment in L1 (i.e. bachelor’s degrees, year 1).

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

For the 2021-2022 academic year: The “dossier blanc” application form can be downloaded via this link.
 

  • Enrolment in L2, L3, M1 and M2 (i.e.: bachelor’s degrees years 2 and 3, Master’s degrees years 1 and 2)

Applicants residing in a country participating in the Campus France procedure

If you reside in one of the 44 participant countries of Campus France and the Etudes en France procedure (see list at the bottom of the page), you have to follow the latter procedure by creating your application before 5th March 2021 via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

Applicants residing in countries not participating in the Campus France procedure  

For the 2021-2022 academic year:
Applicants of foreign nationality from outside of the EU residing in a country not participating in Campus France have to download the application form for students within the framework of individual mobility from 11th January 2021, and send it by email to bureauetrangers@ml.u-cergy.fr before 31st March 2021.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

  •  DUT course enrolment (diplôme universitaire de technologie, “University Diploma in Technology”)

Applicants residing in a country participating in the Campus France procedure 

If you reside in one of the 44 participant countries of Campus France and the Etudes en France procedure (see list at the bottom of the page), you have to follow the latter procedure by creating your application before 17th January 2021 via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

Applicants residing in countries not participating in the Campus France procedure


Foreign applicants from outside the EU, residing in countries not participating in Campus France, wishing to enrol on a DUT course, have to follow the Parcoursup procedure via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.
List of Campus France participant countries: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam.

Foreign applicants residing in France and never having studied in France
  • Enrolment in L1 (bachelor’s degrees/Ungraduate, year 1) - (Demande d’Admission Préalable, “prior application for admission” procedure)

For the 2021-2022 academic year:
Foreign applicants from outside of the EU, never having studied in France, must follow the “DAP vert” - “prior application for admission” procedure (Demande d'Admission Préalable: applicants have to fill in the “dossier vert” application form) in order to apply for enrolment in L1 (bachelor’s degrees, year 1).

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

For the 2021-2022 academic year:
The dossier vert application form can be downloaded via this link, and must be sent before 17th January 2021 to: bureauetrangers@ml.u-cergy.fr

  • Enrolment in L2, L3, M1 and M2 (i.e.: bachelor’s degrees years 2 and 3, Master’s degrees years 1 and 2)

Applicants of foreign nationality from outside of the EU, never having studied in France, have to download the application form for students within the framework of individual mobility from 11th January 2021, and send it by email before 31st March to bureauetrangers@ml.u-cergy.fr

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

  • DUT course enrolment (diplôme universitaire de technologie, “University Diploma in Technology”)

Applications must be made through the Parcoursup procedure via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

Foreign applicants residing within the EU

•    Enrolment in L1 (bachelor’s degrees year 1)

Applicants residing within the EU, wishing to enrol in L1 have to follow the Parcoursup procedure via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

  • Enrolment in L2, L3, M1 and M2 (bachelor’s degrees years 2 and 3, Master’s degrees years 1 and 2)

Applicants residing within the EU, wishing to enrol in L2, L3, M1 or M2 have to follow the Ecandidat procedure via this link.

For the 2020-2021 academic year: Applications are closed.

  • DUT course enrolment (diplôme universitaire de technologie, “University Diploma in Technology”)

Applicants residing within the EU, wishing to enrol in a DUT course have to follow the Parcoursup procedure via this link.

VISA and residence permit



Visa validation / Applying for a residence permit
 


Validation of visas, first applications for residence permits and renewal of residence permits are now handled in an entirely dematerialized manner via the web portal of the DIRECTION GENERALE DES ÉTRANGERS EN FRANCE:

https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/


 

VALIDATION OF YOUR LONG-STAY VISA-RESIDENCE PERMIT (VLS-TS) ON ARRIVAL IN FRANCE

If you have a VLS-TS (long-stay visa equivalent to a residence permit), you must have it validated within 3 months of your arrival in France.
To commence this procedure, click on the link below:
https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/

For further information click on the following link:
http://95.accueil-etrangers.gouv.fr/demande-de-titre-de-sejour/vous-etes-ressortissant-e-non-europeen-ne/vous-etes-ressortissant-e-de-pays-tiers-non-algerien-ne/

FIRST APPLICATION FOR A VLS RESIDENCE PERMIT
 
If you are of Algerian nationality and have just arrived in France with a VLS (long-stay visa), you must apply for a residence permit within 2 months of entering France.
To commence this procedure, click on the link below:
https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/

For further information click on the following link:
http://95.accueil-etrangers.gouv.fr/demande-de-titre-de-sejour/vous-etes-ressortissant-e-non-europeen-ne/vous-etes-algerien-ne/vous-etes-algerien/

RENEWAL OF RESIDENCE PERMITS

Two months before your visa expires, you must apply for the renewal of your residence permit.
To commence this procedure, click on the link below:
https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/

SPECIAL CASE

“Minors in full-time education"

You do not have to accomplish any formalities on arrival. As soon as you reach the age of majority, you have to apply for a residence permit via this link:
https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/
 
“Passport for Talents” (Passeport talent)

http://95.accueil-etrangers.gouv.fr/demande-de-titre-de-sejour/vous-etes-ressortissant-e-non-europeen-ne/vous-etes-ressortissant-e-de-pays-tiers-non-algerien-ne/vous-etes-en-france-vous-avez-deja-un-titre-de-sejour/
 

Useful information for administrative procedures:

Purchase of tax stamps (timbres fiscaux) online https://timbres.impots.gouv.fr/
Or from French tobacconist’s shops, by bank card or in cash (ask for a residence permit electronic tax stamp: timbre fiscal électronique “Titre pour étrangers”).
The prices, which depend upon the visa, can be found on the web portal FAQ section of the Direction Générale des Étrangers en France.
https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/faq/montant-du-timbre-fiscal-electronique-correspondant-a-ma-situation

Further Information : FAQ de la Direction Générale des Étrangers en France : https://administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/faq

Formal declaration of provision of financial resources
 


GOOD TO KNOW :

The Prefecture has sole authority for the granting and handing over of residence permits. The individual mobility centre does not issue your residence permit.

PENALTIES FOR LATENESS

Remember to leave enough time for the completion of your administrative procedures!  A fee of 180 euros is now charged for all applications for the renewal of residence permits submitted after the expiry of the previous permit. Remember to apply for renewal two months before the expiry of your permit.

 

For all questions, please contact the individual mobility centre

at the following address: bureauetrangers@ml.u-cergy.fr