"Études en France" application : the New Campus France Process

 
From 15 April 2017, a new process to apply for student visa!
Etudes, Singapore

 

From 15 April 2017, students who wish to study in France for more than 90 days need to follow the Campus France procedure before applying for a visa.

Why a new procedure? A service provided by the Embassy of France, via Campus France, dedicated to students.

  • Thanks to the Etudes en France platform, students will be able to apply directly for French Institutions with one application only, from October each year (please visit Campus France Singapore website for the exact application dates). No need anymore of multiple applications! Campus France will take care of your file follow up until you receive the acceptance letter from the French Institution.
  • Once you got your visa student, you will receive advice on your mobility to France; get invitation for Pre-departure conference…
  • You need more information and a personalised guidance meeting about studies in France? Campus France guidance counsellors are waiting for you! 

 

 Campus France procedure

Please note that the Campus France procedure and the visa application process are distinct from each other. It is in your best interest to submit your Campus France application as soon as you get your registration letter from your French Institution.

To submit your online application, please follow the instructions provided in the User Guide available here.

STEPS OF THE CAMPUS FRANCE PROCESS:

  1. The official acceptance letter from your French Institution;
  2. Create my "Études en France" account here;
  3. Complete your account, following the user guide and add the required documents;
  4. Pay the fees for the Campus France procedure according of your status, more information here;
  5. Proceed to the Campus France Interview (if part of your process);
  6. Proceed to the visa application process directly at the French consulate.

Please note that the access to the "Etudes en France" platform will be activated only from 15 April.

 

Some cases don't need to go through the Campus France process and applicant can apply directly at the consulate:

  • "retour consulaire"
  • student below 18 years old registered in a French institution which doesn't belong to Higher Education (High School for example)
  • Internship
  • Au pair program
  • Short program (less than 90 days)