In this section, you will find all essential information on the various procedures you need to come study at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School as an international student. You can also find information in the International Student Guide edited by Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, a complete guide for international students.
After being accepted in a program, the Admissions or International Office will send you an acceptance letter. With this letter you may register on-line with the French Embassy or Consulate in your home country to obtain a student visa (procedure CEF). For detailed information, please go to CampusFrance website.
European citizens, and those from the European Free Trade Area known as Schengen Area, may enter and stay in France at their convenience. They do not need a visa to enter and stay on the French territory.
Non-European citizens must obtain a multiple-entry visa to enter France.
Different categories of visas provide various types of protection for international students. Consulate services in your country of origin will help you understand the rules and regulations that apply.
Exchange students from European countries do not need to apply for a visa.
Exchange students from non-European countries are required to have a multiple-entry long-stay visa.
It is compulsory for all international students to be covered with a Health and Liability Insurance.
Non-European students must subscribe an international health and liability insurance before coming to France. For international health insurance, you can register on line at: http://www.assistance-etudiants.com/en by filling out the document and paying online. You will be asked to provide an address. You should use the following:
(after your arrival you’ll change your address).
The French health service (sécurité sociale) aims at preventing you from health issues. That is to consult practitioners, and to be reimbursed easily.
Doctoral students have to register to the CPAM (Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie, the French national healthcare center). In Evry, they can do so to the CPAM d’Evry (Boulevard François Mitterrand in Evry, Monday to Friday from 9AM to 5:30PM) with the following
It is compulsory to subscribe to a civil liability insurance policy (assurance responsabilité civile) to be covered for damages done to others. Telecom Ecole de Management recommends ACS foreign researcher insurance.
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