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Mrs Oriane REYNAUD

Head of International Relations
oriane.reynaud@epitech.eu
+33 (0)1 84 07 42 45

Mrs Ksenia ANDREEVA

Head of International Education Office
ksenia.andreeva@epitech.eu
+ 33 (0)1 84 07 14 12

We believe passion and hard work are the key elements to perform at Epitech!

 

Exchange students from one of our international partners are welcome to one of 7 Epitech campuses for a semester or a full academic year:

  • Paris
  • Montpellier
  • Toulouse
  • Nantes
  • Barcelona
  • Brussels
  • Berlin

We offer:

  • Computer Science Bachelor courses in English
  • An interactive, project-based learning environment
  • French language courses

 

Current Course List

Semester Dates

Application Requirements

Visa Application

Budget

Housing

Health Insurance

 

Current Course List

The following courses are available to exchange students to take at EPITECH. All courses are available in English.

Undergraduate Level, Year 1

Requirements:

Basic knowledge of programming

Code Courses Credits (ECTS)
B-CPE-100

B-CPE-101

B-CPE-110

B-PSU-100

B-MUL-100

B-MAT-100

B-INN-000

M-FLE-000

G-SEC-000

B-CPE-200/201

B-PSU-200

B-PSU-210

B-MUL-200

B-AIA-200

B-NSA-200

Unix and C Lab Seminar I

Unix and C Lab Seminar II

Elementary Programming in C

Unix System Programming

C Graphical Programming

Mathematics

Guided Project-Innovative Hub

French Language Course

Binary Security

Elementary Programming in C

Unix System Programming

Shell Programming

Graphical Programming

Introduction to AI

Network and System Admin

4

3

5

5

5

2

6

2

2

9

4

5

9

3

2

Undergraduate Level, Year 3

Requirements:

  • Knowledge of C programming language
  • Knowledge of C++ programming language
  • Knowledge of object-oriented programming
  • Basic knowledge of design patter
Code Course Credits (ECTS)
B-SEC-500

B-NSA-500

B-MAT-500

B-FUN-510

B-FUN-501

B-AIA-500

B-DEV-500

B-DEV-501

B-CPP-501

B-CPP-500

B-INN-600

M-FLE-000

B-CPP-510

B-DEV-510

B-FUN-510

Security- Cryptography

DevOps

Mathematics

Functional Prog- evalExpr

Functional Prog – HAL

Artificial Intelligence

AppDev – Dashboard

AppDev – Epicture

Advanced C++ – R-Type

Advanced C++ – Babel

Guided Project – Innovation Hub

French Language Courses

Advanced C++ – ZIA

App-Dev – AREA

Functional Prog – KOAK

2

3

3

1

3

2

2

2

3

2

8

2

5

5

6

 

Semester Dates

1st year program: September 28, 2020 –July 2, 2021 (dates are approximate)

3rd year program: August 31, 2020 –May 31, 2021 (dates are approximate).

Dates include orientation and final projects

Application Requirements

Once nominated by their home institution, students will receive an online application form directly from the Epitech International Relations Office. Students should be prepared to submit the following:

  • Copy of Passport (or National Identity Card for European students)
  • Official university transcripts translated in French or English
  • English language proficiency (TOEFL IBT: 65 / IELTS: 5.5/ TOEIC: 600, or English test of the home institution)

Epitech will then contact applicants by email to arrange an interview in order to place students in the appropriate program, according to technical background.

Students must be nominated by their host institutions.

Nomination Application
Fall/Academic Year  April 1 (April 30 for EU citizens) April 15 (May 30 for EU citizens)
Spring October 15 November 1

Applications must be submitted by April 15th for fall or academic year exchanges (May 30 for EU citizens).

For spring semester exchanges, applications must be submitted by October 15.

Visa Application

EU citizens are entitled to stay in France with their valid EU identification (passport). Non-EU citizens must apply for a long-stay visa before arriving in France. They must check the process with the consular authorities in their home countries. Requirements may depend upon country-specific agreements and are subject to change. Basic documents required for a visa application are:

  • a valid passport
  • purpose of stay statement (acceptance letter)
  • a local address in France.

How to get a visa?

Students living in a country with a Campus France office should visit their website in order to know the steps that you should follow (Section “Prepare your Stay, Obtaining a visa”)

Students living in a country with no Campus France office should contact the French Embassy of their country of residence. Upon arrival in France and according to the student’s immigration status, there may be several remaining steps to obtain a residence permit (such as the registration at the OFII –the French government Organization in charge of Immigration and Integration).

Budget

Lodging: 600-800€

Utilities: 130€

Food (grocery bill): 160€

Transportation: 342€ for an annual student pass or 75€ per month (anywhere in metropolitan ParisPhone: 2-20€

Entertainment: 160€

Costs are approximate and will ultimately depend on the lifestyle of each student. Students can reference Numbeo for detailed information and cost of living comparisons for different cities in France and Europe, depending on their Epitech campus of choice. More resources are available on the Campus France website

Housing

Students are encouraged to register on the Studapart platform.

Health Insurance

EU citizens must have a European Health Insurance card issued by the appropriate authorities of their home country, as well as a photocopy of this document (or the E128 form). Non-EU citizens will automatically have to register to the French social security system upon arrival. Social Security covers about 60% of medical costs incurred in France. Additional health insurance to cover the remaining costs is not mandatory but is recommended.

Questions? Contact us at international-relations@epitech.eu or by phone at +33 (0)1 84 07 42 45