Studying at IPAC for international students

Etudier-à-l'IPAC-pour-les-étudiants-étrangers

To choose IPAC for a study mobility period means :

  • Attending a short or long training programme in French or English in the field of Business and Tourism.
  • Benefiting from a specific welcome and integration in the city and the campus, and benefiting from support in finding accommodation.
  • Enjoy the possibility of taking FLE courses (French as a Foreign Language).

The French higher education system

Students on exchange programmes: Erasmus or Bilateral Agreements

Training courses

Here are the state-recognised courses we recommend to international students:

English language training

French language training

Application form

  • Erasmus students from partner universities : download the application form.
  • Students without Erasmus status must use the application form for the programme they are applying for. See procedure on the Education page.

Application form  Survival Guide


 

Foreign direct entry / Freemover students wishing to study at IPAC will have to prove a B2 level in French.

Modality

Foreign direct entry / Freemover students wishing to study at IPAC will have to prove a B2 level in French.

IPAC programmes Application form IPAC International Student Guidebook

 

Training courses

Here are the state-recognised courses we recommend to international students:

English language training

French language training

Training in French and English

The other courses are also accessible to international students who wish to enter the French labour market.
 

Courses

Autumn semester courses available from the first week of September until Christmas for students coming from IPAC partner universities for exchange mobility in the first semester.

Courses taught in English :

  • English (3 ECTS)
  • International Negotiation (3 ECTS)
  • International Distribution (3 ECTS)
  • International Business Monitoring (3 ECTS)
  • Professional Communication (3 ECTS)
  • Business English (3 ECTS)
  • Market Studies (3 ECTS)
  • Sales Force Management (3 ECTS)
  • International Development (3 ECTS)
  • Project Management (3 ECTS)
  • International communication strategy (3 ECTS)
  • Management of people and organisations (3 ECTS)
  • Commercial proposal (3 ECTS)
  • Customer Relationship management (3 ECTS)

*The list of courses can be modified

Students have access to the entire catalogue of French courses of the IPAC programmes according to the calendar.

International Student Guidebook

Application to study at IPAC under Erasmus status

Application for registration to study at IPAC under Erasmus status

 

Housing

The International Office will send you a list of student residences in Annecy when you register and will assist you in your search.
 

Application form

  • International students should use the application form for the programme they are applying for.
     

Request documentation Download an application from