Procedures for international exchange students at Dauphine
If your institution has signed an exchange agreement with Paris-Dauphine and you'd like to study here, follow the registration procedure is below.
If your home institution has not signed an exchange agreement with Université Paris-Dauphine, click International students.
1. Your home institution will need to select and nominate you
- Deadline for the 1st semester: May 15th
- Deadline for the 2nd semester: October 15th
2. You'll need to fill out the application form
We'll send you the link to the application form upon nomination by your home institution.
Dates for online applications:
- 1st semester: May 16 - May 31st
- 2nd semester: October 16 - October 31st
Download these mandatory documents and include them in your file:
- Language certificate:
- Non-native English speakers who would like to take classes in English must include their results of the following exams or of their equivalent: TOEFL IBT (80) / IELTS (6.5) / Cambridge (CAE) / Erasmus+ OLS test (Online Linguistic Support).
- Non-native French speakers who would like to take classes in French must include their results of the following exams or their equivalent: DELF B2 / Erasmus+ OLS test (Online Linguistic Support).
- Copy of an identity document
- Proof of health insurance (if available), European Health Insurance Card for European students
This document is required to prove you have social security coverage and to obtain a Dauphine student card. As this depends on your nationality, you may obtain further information from your home institution. Students from the European Union should show they have a European Health Insurance Card. Students from Quebec should use form SE 401-Q-106, and students from elsewhere should provide a health insurance certificate.
- Send a passport size photo with the paper form
Print the file and send it with the mandatory documents to:
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
75775 Paris Cedex 16
- Deadline for the 1st semester: June 19th
- Deadline for the 2nd semester: November 17th
3. You'll need to draw up your learning agreement
With the academic advisor of your home institution, you'll choose the classes for your studies at Paris Dauphine, in line with the academic calendar for the year of your stay.
You may create and modify your learning agreement on the learning agreement page.
4. Dauphine offers an Intensive French as a foreign language seminar for international exchange students at the beginning of each semester.
Click here for further information.
Pointers: Upon your arrival, you'll have several administrative procedures to go through (residence permit, accommodation, social security coverage). If you'd already like further information on this, go to the "Living in Paris” page.
You can also go to the Paris town hall page devoted to international students in Ile de France: www.etudiantdeparis.fr.