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Step by step: regular admission

You want to study at the Université de Strasbourg as a regular student? The steps you need to follow are right below.

1. Choosing a study programme

The Université de Strasbourg offers an exceptional diversity of programmes that cover all areas of education (Arts, Literature,  Languages; Law, Economics, Management, Political and Social sciences; Social sciences and Humanities; Science and Technology; Health).

Check our academic programmes and courses.

2. Checking the admission requirements

Admission requirements depend on the year of study you wish to apply to (1st year of Bachelors (Licence) degree or higher level), your nationality and current residence. The following tables provide you with all the information you need in order to apply.

Some departments have their own admission procedure: check their webpages.

Be careful with the deadlines (some depend on the country you come from) and start making enquiries about procedures as early as possible: a year is often needed before departing.

4. If you are accepted: applying for a student visa

The conditions on entry to France for long-term studies are regulated and differ from those of a leisure trip. If you have completed the admission procedures and received a positive response, you can proceed to apply for a student visa:

  • European candidates: you do not need a visa.
  • Campus France procedure: you can apply online, via your Espace Campus France.
  • Candidates living in France: if you already hold a residence permit (resident card, residence permit) you do not need to ask for a visa.
  • Other candidates: you have to make an applica- tion to get a student visa at the embassy or consu- late of your country of residence.

5. Educational enrolment

Your administrative enrolment must be completed by an educational enrolment (inscription pédagogique), which validates your participation in lectures (cours magistraux or CM), tutorials (travaux dirigés or TD), practical work (travaux pratiques or TP) and exams, and your free choices of courses or languages. Educational enrolment is organised by your department administration, often at precise dates and times.


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