Yes, you can enroll in one of our programs at your own expense, paying the non-partner university fees.
Yes, the program has a limited number of places. The registrations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. So it is wise to register early to be sure to have a place.
Whatever the program you choose, the total cost of the summer program amounts to € 2,000 for students from partner institutions and € 3,000 € for students from non-partner institutions.
You have to validate at least your first and second years at your university, and you need to provide the following documents:
All application documents may be e-mailed.
Yes, but we recommend the program for students having completed at least two years of undergraduate studies. Applications from first-year undergraduate students will be considered, but the School reserves the right not to accept those students.
We do not ask for a proof of your English level, but all candidates must have a sufficient level in English to attend courses taught in English.
No, but if you have already attended French classes at your university, it is preferable that you indicate the number of hours, or that you provide a certificate of level from your French professor. Anyway, Lucille BERTAUX, the French coordinator, will create level groups based upon the scores the students obtain on the tests that are organized on the first day.
No. The classes do not require any particular textbooks as the teaching is mainly based on lectures and presentations. Faculty will provide all course material.
All courses are included in the fees (including French courses).
You are not allowed to have additional courses. The program is pre-set and no change can be made.
Same answer as above. You cannot choose your courses. All are mandatory. Please refer to the program syllabi.
It’s up to your university to make credit transfers and to decide how many credits you will obtain for the summer program. TEM grants 6 credits for main program and 2 credits for the French classes.
It depends on your nationality. Please seek advice at your university. If you need a visa, make sure you have a multi-entry visa. Also check this link to have information about Visa.
Accommodation is on campus in single occupancy rooms with a private bathroom and kitchen. Laundry facilities are located on the ground floor of the building and are common to all students.
Only one student per room.
We strongly urge you not to. The price remains the same and includes accommodation. Likewise our accommodation is on-campus and ensures you will mix not only with students from the summer school, but with other full-time students who will organize events and outings throughout the program.
The School does not arrange any trips on weekends. However, it will be possible for summer school students to be assisted by full-time student interns for organizing short trips around the School: thematic visits in Paris, Versailles Castle, Disneyland, etc. We also encourage you to buy a Eurail Pass before you leave your home country, which will allow you to purchase tickets to travel throughout France and Europe at low rates.
Yes. A shuttle service will be organized on Monday, June 25th in the morning at Charles de Gaulle Airport. If you plan to arrive on another day, we do not guarantee that you will be picked up at the airport (pick-up price is € 30.00).