The main countries of origin of foreign students are :
Exchange programs revolve around Erasmus and bilateral agreements.
It could be : internships or tutored projects, semesters of classes, double degrees, or Summer School, like the Summer Session held each year with American students from Oklahoma University, USA.
Terms of admission
The terms of admission of international students for a semester of courses are based on the international agreements of Clermont Auvergne University that links Polytech and the universities of origin and according to a learning agreement established between the two stakeholders.
In the case of an existing bilateral convention
The student must contact the international relations department of his or her home university to obtain information about the available programs, the type and level of exchange possible, the selection and application procedures and the inherent funding possibilities of the country of origin.
In the case of absence of bilateral convention
Specific case of international students holding a French baccalaureate
International students holding a French baccalaureate follow the same procedure as national students via an online application form :
Admission as part of the Polytech network devices
Information on scholarship opportunities can be obtained from : foreign universities of origin specific programs (Campus France). Special cases : Polytech Excellence Polytech France “Become a Polytech engineer”.