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For students living in the following countries:
Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Senegal, Republic of the Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, United States and Vietnam
What to do :
For students living in all other countries.
What to do :
Please see your local French Consulate or French Embassy for information on the exact visa requirements and procedure to follow to obtain your visa to study in France. In some countries you have to deposit your file in agencies like TLS or VFS – this is indicated on each individual French Consulate website.
Documents needed from NEOMA BS
Admission Letter – Admission letters will be sent to your home university’s International Office (for exchange students) or to your home address (for degree-seeking students).
Provisional Housing Certificate – This document is required by the French Consulate, in the late stages of the visa request procedure. We send you a provisional certificate upon request, to allow you to proceed with the visa request before your housing arrangements have been finalized.
|EXCHANGE STUDENTS||With a student visa for another member country of the European Union||With a residence permit with the “international mobility” mention for another member country of the European Union, except Denmark & Ireland||With a residence permit without the “international mobility” mention for another member country of the European Union|
|Procedure:||Must apply for a French student visa in their host country in Europe through France-Visas/French Consulate||No need to apply for a visa but must apply for the international mobility certificate from the French Ministry of Interior through NEOMA BS
* see section below
|Must apply for a French student visa in their host country in Europe through France-Visas/French Consulate|
|DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS||With a student visa for another member country of the European Union||With a permanent residence permit for another member country of the European Union||With a temporary residence permit for another member country of the European Union|
|Procedure:||Must apply for a French student visa in their host country in Europe through France-Visas/French Consulate||Must apply for a French residence permit in France within three months of their arrival in France, at the Prefecture and with the help from our HUBs|
Are you a non-European student coming to NEOMA on exchange from one of our partner universities in Europe?
If so, and you also have a residence permit marked “student-mobility program” or “researcher” issued by another Member State of the European Union (the terms may vary from one country to another): you have the possibility to apply for an international mobility authorization given from our French Department of the Interior (Ministère de l’Intérieur).
This international mobility authorization will dispense you from having to apply for a visa for France.
Unfortunately, only residence permits are accepted, and not student-mobility visas.
What to do:
Please send the following documents to the HUB by e-mail, as we will have to submit your file to the French Department of the Interior at least one month before your arrival:
Other European country visa holders (non-EU members), or students with a regular residence permit (not marked “international mobility”) will have to apply for a French visa at their nearest French Consulate (but NOT with Campus France).
The renewal of your visa or residence authorization must be done 3 months before the expiration of your current document.
To begin the renewal procedure, please contact:
If you contact us less than 2 months before the expiration of your visa or residence permit, you will have to return to your home country and apply for a new visa.
Complementary information can be found at:
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