Erasmus+ is the EU program in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020.

This program is based on over 25 years of success of European programs, be they restricted to the EU or in cooperation with international partners.

This program allows foreign students to take part in a three-month to one academic year exchange at the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne.

FYI: The Erasmus Institutional Code of our university is: F EVRY04

Program benefits

  • You are exempt of our registration fees
  • You can validate your Erasmus mobility thanks to the European credit transfer system (ECTS)
  • You will be awarded the diploma from your home institution if you validate the courses listed in your study contract called learning agreement

A learning agreement is a study contract that specifies the curriculum to follow, as agreed by the student and his coordinator. It defines the learning outcomes concerning the period of study abroad and establishes formal rules for recognition. The learning agreement also specifies the location of the study period.

Participation requirements

  • Be enrolled in a partner university of the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne
  • Follow in Europe an existing course in your home university and at the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne
  • Have a good academic record
  • Have the language level required to follow the courses at the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne. The great majority of our courses are taught in French. The minimum language level required in French is usually B1.

Language assessment and Online Linguistic Support (OLS)

Students selected for the Erasmus+ program have to take part in the assessment in the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) platform to grade their level of proficiency in French.

You will have to take a first language assessment before your departure, and then a second assessment when you return after your exchange in order to monitor your progress in the French language during your mobility at the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne. Although it is mandatory, it will not prevent you from participating in the Erasmus+ program.

After you take the 1st language assessment, you will be able to follow a free online language course.

  • For more information about the OLS Language assessment, click  here

Erasmus+ application

  1. If you wish to study at the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne under the Erasmus+ program, you must first check that your home institution has signed an inter-institutional agreement with us (the full list is available  here).
  2. Contact the International Office of your home Institution and verify if you meet the conditions required to apply for the Erasmus+ program.
  3. The International Office of your home institution will nominate you to the Research and International Relations Office of the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne (DRRI), indicating the list of applicants selected to participate in the Erasmus+ program.
  4. Selected students will receive an e-mail from the DRRI, cointaining the list of documents that the applicants will have to complete and return by the deadline indicated (Application form and Learning agreement).
  5. The DRRI will send your application form and your learning agreement to the departmental coordinator of the University of Evry-Val-d'Essonne. If an applicant is accepted, the departmental coordinator will sign the student's learning agreement. The DRRI will then send the signed learning agreement to the student.

Application deadlines

Application deadlines

Fall academic term or full academic year

Spring academic term

June 1st

October 30


Erasmus+ students may apply for housing in a student residence managed by CROUS, the students' welfare office. To apply, please contact the  Research and International Relations Office. The Student Mobility Office will forward your application to CROUS, and you will be contacted by its officers in order to submit your booking application online.


  • Housing application must be sent to the Student Mobility Office at the beginning of July if you plan on arriving in September or October
  • Housing application must be sent to the Student Mobility Office before the end of the Fall academic term if you plan on arriving during the second term

Attention: Please check opening hours if you must pick up the keys for your accommodation at your residence's reception when you arrive in France.

You will not be able to pick up the keys at the reception neither after opening hours, nor during the weekend.

Arriving in France

  1. Contact the person in charge of helping you with the different tasks related to your arrival, so you will be able to pick up the keys to your accommodation in the student residence. If you must pick up your keys at the Student Mobility Office, please take note that the opening hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
  2. On your arrival, you will have to pay your first month of rent (approximately 350 euros) and the security deposit (one month of rent) to CROUS. You will also have to provide a housing insurance certificate concerning your new accommodation. Attention: Notwithstanding your date of arrival, you will have to pay the first full month of rent. We advise you to arrive on the first business day of the month.
  3. You will receive a student card only after your administrative enrolment at the university.
  4. If you wish, you can open a bank account in France. This will ease your daily life. You will be able to, for instance, sign up for housing insurance (approximately 15 euros per month).

The Student Mobility Office will be glad to assist you with the different administrative procedures once you arrive in France.

Date of arrival in France

Please contact your departmental coordinator or the department registrar's office to learn the date of the beginning of classes.

In general, students coming for the 1st semester or for the full academic year should arrive on September 1st. Students coming for the 2nd semester usually arrive in January or February.