Students from home institutions outside Europe
Application and enrollment process
If your are enrolled in a European university and your home institution has signed an international exchange agreement with Paris-Dauphine – see below for application and enrollment information:
1. Apply via your home institution and be accepted for exchange at Paris-Dauphine
- 1st semester deadline: May 1st
- 2nd semester deadline: October 1st
2. Fill out a Paris-Dauphine international exchange application form
Once your home institution has accepted your request for exchange at Paris-Dauphine, you will receive a link to the Paris-Dauphine international exchange application form. You must return the completed application with all requested supporting documents:
- 1st semester: from May 2nd to May 15th
- 2nd semester: from October 2nd to October 15th
Supporting documents required to complete your application:
- 1 passport size photos
- Copy of personal details page of passport
- Copy of learning agreement of Université Paris-Dauphine (see course registration below)
- English Courses: B2 level certificate for non-English speakers - French courses: B2 level certificate for non-French speakers
Print your application form and send it along with all mandatory supporting documents to:
Direction des Affaires Internationales
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
75775 Paris Cedex 16 - France
- Before June 1st, 2018 for the 1st semester and the year
- Before November 2nd, 2018 for the 2nd semester
3. Draw up your Student Exchange Agreement
Students must draw up a Student Exchange Agreement for each semester they will be spending on exchange at Dauphine. If you are spending an entire academic year at Paris-Dauphine, you will need 2 Student Exchange Agreements, one for each semester. Consult the Courses offer for exchange students
Consult the academic calendar for the year or semester when you will be on exchange at Dauphine, and choose your courses in agreement with your home institution.
Your student exchange agreement makes it possible for you to pre-register for courses at Paris-Dauphine (subject to scheduling or curriculum modifications).
All students will be linked to the French general social security system (CPAM) via the dedicated website (further information coming soon).
If you are an EU student, it is recommended to provide your European Health Insurance Card (available during your exchange).
If you are a student from Quebec, you will need to provide the SE 401-Q-106 form.