Foreign students at École Camondo
The international dimension has become essential in building a professional future. Study abroad is an opportunity for students to confront their capacities for innovation and creation with different cultures and different economic, social, and environmental approaches. Working in another culture is also a way of becoming strongly adaptable.
• University of Montréal
• University Belgrano – Buenos Ayres
• Politenico Milano
• Institut Saint Luc – Brussels
• The Glasgow School of art
Students are accepted at École Camondo in
• 2nd year class-spring semester only ;
• 3rd year class ;
• 4th year class.
French language requirements
Students must be aware that a minimum B1 level in French proficiency is highly recommended in order to be able to benefit from the programs and life at Ecole Camondo and in Paris.
Fall semester : 31th August – 20th December (1st December in fourth –year)
Spring semester : 4th January to the end of April or May
All application must include the following materials :
• Completed application form
• Portfolio of work
• Statement of purpose
• Résumé or Curriculum Vitae
• Official Transcripts
Inquiries and request for application, as well as completed application forms, should be sent by your International office to
École Camondo - Relations Internationales. Elodie Roi
266, boulevard Raspail
or by mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Notification of acceptance
Upon reception of all application materials, a letter of acceptance will be edited. Admission for study is determined by the coordinator of studies after examination of the applications. Students accepted as part of an exchange are exempted from registration fees, as their tuition has been paid at their school of origin.
Foreign students receive an “École Camondo students card.” During their study period, they enjoy the same rights and are subject to the same obligations as the students of the School. An attestation for the period study at École Camondo, as well as a transcript of credits corresponding to each teaching unit, is provided to foreign students at the end of their studies at the School.