Welcoming international students
International student have two alternatives to pursue studies at our faculty.
Please note : Mobility (studying abroad) projects and individual applications have their own timetables. We invite you to consult periodically the links given below and to start your applications early enough in the year preceding your arrival to our faculty.
As part of a study mobility
International students can study at the Faculty of Physics and Engineering for 1 or 2 semesters as part of a partnership, exchange program Erasmus +, bilateral agreement outside Europe, double degree, via the networks EPICUR or Eucor (see below), etc. The main stages of your mobility project are as follows :
- Prepare your mobility application
- Validation of your application
Once your university accept your application, information such as (name, first name, date of birth, semester of arrival and duration of stay) will be sent to the International Relations Department (DRI) of the University of Strasbourg.
You will then receive a message from your university explaining how to finalize your application. Your educational contract will have to be validated and signed by our international relations correspondent after having been duly completed and signed at your university. Modifications may be necessary before the start of your mobility or during your stay due to scheduling constraints, the opening of optional courses, etc. Our international relations departmentwill help you with these procedures.
- Welcome and stay
The University of Strasbourg website has a dedicated section to welcoming foreign students and publishes a welcome guide that we invite you to consult. You can benefit form a local guide to facilitate your integration.
In the context of an individual application, outside of a partnership
You wish to apply individually (not within an exchange program) ?
- If you live in a country where Campusfrance has set up the CEF procedure (electronic application procedure): contact CampusFrance in your country of residence on the Study in France (Etudes en France) platform; the application will then be examined by the Faculty of Physics and Engineering. Applications must generally be made before February.
- If you do not reside in one of these countries or if you reside in Europe, you must submit an application on eCandidat to enroll as an international student from Second year undergrad (L2) all the way to second year of MASTERS (M2).
There are several scholarship opportunities listed below. We invite you to apply as soon as possible since applications are received early in the year.