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Deadline Exchange

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

October the 20th, 2020 for Spring Semester 2021 (2nd Semester)

May the 1st, 2021 for Fall Semester 2021 (1st Semester)

 

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International students coming from ESA partner universities can attend either FALL SEMESTER or SPRING SEMESTER or ONE FULL YEAR at ESA Angers. ESA Angers delivers a French National Agricultural Engineering degree which is recognized internationally as a Master of Science and Engineering degree by Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur , CTI.

For the Agricultural Engineering degree, incoming mobilities are possible for semesters (fall or spring) during the third year of Bachelor (IL3), first year of Master (IM1) or the second year of Master (IM2), only fall semester. Students can also attend different Vocational Bachelor degrees or Master degrees.

ACADEMIC OFFER:

FRENCH-taught courses:

  • BACHELOR LEVEL named "IL3"=INGENIEUR LICENCE 3ème ANNEE equivalent to the THIRD YEAR of a BACHELOR DEGREE (program description) - FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS
  • MASTER 1 named  "IM1"=INGENIEUR MASTER 1ère ANNEE equivalent to the FIRST YEAR of a MASTER DEGREE / A year after Bachelor (program description) - FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS
  • MASTER 2 named "IM2"=INGENIEUR MASTER 2ème ANNEE equivalent to the SECOND YEAR of a MASTER DEGREE, except AGRECINA and CIPAL full (program description) - FALL SEMESTER ONLY

ENGLISH-taught courses:

  • BACHELOR LEVEL: Vocational Bachelor (Year 3):
    • Plant Production – Minor in Plant Breeding and Experimentation (program description) – SPRING SEMESTER ONLY
    • Innovation and Transformation of local food products (program description) – SPRING SEMESTER ONLY

Master FOOD IDENTITY - 1st year - FALL SEMESTER ONLY

Master INTERNATIONAL VINTAGE - 2nd year - FALL SEMESTER ONLY

EXCHANGE APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

All exchange students must have a full time semester with at least 30 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), see the link here.

Step 1/ Nomination by Home Institution

Step 2/ Students must create an application form on OLAGE with documents listed below and fill in the Learning Agreement. with the following documents:

  • Transcripts of academic records (all higher education)
  • CV in French or in English depending on the program selected
  • Cover letter explaining your choice of courses
  • Official proficiency of French or English
  • Small ID photo
  • Copy of your passport or national ID

Step 3/ Once the LEARNING AGREEMENT is completed, please send it to Mrs Marie GODARD, ESA incoming student mobility coordinator (m.godardThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) The program of study must be approved by both the Home Institution and ESA.

Step 4/ Alejandra CARRIL, Assistant of incoming international students will send an admission letter and certificate of housing to approved students. Non-European students will then be able to start the visa application procedure. Contact your local Campus France office for more details on obtaining a French student visa.

Step 5/ After being accepted in this program, please upload a birth certificate on OLAGE.