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ERASMUS + program

The University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines is a recognized member of he Erasmus + Program and maintains links with over 100 partner universities across Europe.

All students at UVSQ are eligible for an Erasmus+ exchange placement, whether they are European or not. Students wishing to come from another European institution should check to see if there is an existing agreement and apply through their university if possible.

Erasmus exchanges are based on agreements between specific departments within separate universities. This means that each department has a specific set of partnerships. If you are interested in attending UVSQ you should check with your home university, your department, or the UVSQ International Relations Office to see if there is an agreement in your subject area.

Term dates: UVSQ courses are based on a semester system, divided into a Fall term (semester I) from mid-September to mid-January and a Spring term (semester II) from mid-January to mid-May, with some exams continuing until the end of June. Please click here (site only available in French) if you wish to find out dates relating to specific courses of study.

Possible study periods: UVSQ welcomes exchange students for both the Fall and Spring terms.

Language Requirements: Depending on your course of study you will need to have a certain level of language proficiency before arriving at UVSQ. In general, we require that all Erasmus students have a minimum B1 level of French proficiency and some courses of study may require proficiency in a second language as well. If you have specific questions about language requirements, please contact the International Relations Office.

Application forms and procedures: Applications for Erasmus exchanges must come from your home university and are generally for the next academic year. If you are a UVSQ student, please click here to access the online application. Non-UVSQ students should contact their university’s International Relations Office to find out about how to apply.

Accommodation: Students who have been selected to spend a semester or a year at UVSQ may ask for campus housing through the Housing Office (site available only in French). The Housing Office can also help you search for private housing.

Contact the International Relations Office:

The International Relations Office has two branchies. The Versailles branch negotiates and coordinates agreements, and the ERASMUS+ mobility office in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines helps students who are arriving or departing on experiences abroad.

For inquiries related to agreements and if you would like to set one up, please write to us at agreements@uvsq.fr
For urgent matters related to agreements please call Ms. Laure Olchowik on +33 (0)1 39 25 79 83
If you are an incoming or prospective student with questions or concerns you can contact us at etudiantetranger@uvsq.fr
For urgent matters related to incoming students, please call Ms. Solène Haillard on +33 (0)1 39 25 51 39
For matters relating to Erasmus grants please contact Mr. Christophe Castro at christophe.castro@uvsq.fr or +33 (0)1 39 25 79 84

If you are a UVSQ student heading abroad and wish to contact us for any reason, please email us at mobilite@uvsq.fr or call Ms. Jocelyne Studer on +33 (0)1 39 25 51 29.

Last update of this page : February 3, 2016

Please note:

The Erasmus program is funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects only the views of the Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein. Please contact the UVSQ International Relations Office with any questions.
> ERASMUS charter (in french)

Key Facts

150 bilateral agreements
120 partner universities (Lifelong Learning Program)
80 cooperation agreements with universities throughout the world
Dual degree and joint degree programs, offshore programs, collaborative research projects