Individual european students

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Individual european students

How to enrol

This section concerns students from the European Economic Area (European Union, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein), who have the necessary qualifications to enter higher education and who would like to enrol at the UPPA.

It is not applicable to students who come to the university as part of an exchange programme (European Erasmus+ programme, inter-university collaboration agreements, etc.).

B2 level required for all the study fields at the UPPA

Bachelor's year 1

If you have or are about to get the necessary qualifications to enter higher education in a European Union country and if you are less than 26 years old, you are invited to visit the admission-postbac website between 20th January and 20th March and to submit your application.
The proposal you will receive on Admission Postbac is subject to the 2 conditions below:

  • You have the necessary qualifications to be able to enter Higher Education (you must have the original certificates, together with an approved translation)
  • You have a certificate proving you have an adequate level of French (B2) to take the course for which you are applying (DELF, DALF, TCF).

If you have or are about to get the necessary qualifications to enter higher education in a European Union country and if you are more than 26 years old, you will have to ask for a study validation file (VA85) and fill it out. You can get one at the Registrar’s office from April.

The diploma that grants access to the higher education, its sworn translation, along with the results of the french test, are also part of the documents to add to the study validation file.

Bachelor's year 2, Bachelor's year 3, Master’s year 1 and year 2

The form VA85 to validate studies can be obtained from the registrar’s office of the concerned discipline from April. There, you will have to check the deadline for handing over the file.

For the purposes of your application:
- the degree certificates and transcripts of records must be translated into French by an approved (sworn) translator.
- the results of an official french test (TCF TP, DELF or DALF) are compulsory.

An Education Board will examine your application and you will receive a reply as soon as possible. You will receive the decision by mail.