You can continue your studies at Bordeaux Montaigne University in the form of an exchange programme.
In this case, your point of contact is the International Relations Office, known as the Direction des Relations Internationales. The Study Abroad team, known as the Pôle Mobilité, will welcome you and guide you.
The Study Abroad team will send you an acceptance letter by mail (for Erasmus) or by email (for visa requests).
It is imperative that you attend the information meeting organised at the start of the semester (Semester 1 - September / Semester 2 - January, exact dates to be confirmed). The team from the Study Abroad team and International Relations Office will take this opportunity to welcome you and to:
Foreign students (Erasmus or convention) may choose from the classes offered by the university that correspond to the specifics of their learning agreement. Please note there may be some exceptions.
It is your responsibility to know the number of ECTS credits required by your home institution. You can consult the courses on offer. Please note that certain specialisms are not open to students on study abroad programmes.
Once you have filled out the teaching enrolment form, or 'fiche d'inscription pédagogique', your selection will be validated by the co-ordinating teacher for the academic discipline and the institutional co-ordinator for international relations, and then sent to your home university.