International

Application Form – Incoming Students

Degree-Seeking Students & Exchange Students

* Fields with an asterisk are mandatory

Programme

If you are applying to a 2nd or 3rd year of a Bachelor's or to a Master's degree you must follow the "Studying in France" procedure to obtain a student visa.

If you are not a European Union citizen and if you are not residing in France before entering your programme at MINES Saint-Étienne, you must ask for a visa in your home country before starting your programme at MINES Saint-Étienne. This visa is called "long-time visa considered as a residence permit for student".

WARNING: the visa called "long-time temporary visa for student" is more restrictive, you are not allowed to work during your studies even for an internship and you must leave France at the end of the visa - no extension is allowed. This visa is therefore not recommended for your studies at MINES Saint-Étienne (especially if an internship is a part of your programme).

WARNING: if you enter France with the wrong visa ("short-time visa" or "tourist visa"), you may be asked to go back to your country before applying for a new (correct) visa.

In any case, MINES Saint-Étienne shall not be considered responsible for any error in your visa procedure.

For 42 countries listed hereafter, you must follow the "Studying in France" procedure.
Create your private electronic file, follow the instructions and fill in the appropriate fields of this application form with your personal ID attributed by the procedure. If necessary, contact the Campus France space for your country of residence for more information.

Any document that is requested in the Campus France procedure may be omitted in this application package.

The 42 countries are: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam.
If you are from another country, please contact directly the French Embassy or French Consulate for your visa.

From September 2019 Non-European students will be required to pay 3.770 euros to enrol on a Master of Science programme in France. In the case of a bilateral agreement between your home institution and Mines Saint Etienne, fees can be waived.
For more information, see Campus France.
For Government grants see embassy web sites.


Personnal information

(dd/mm/yyyy)


Higher Education

Start by the most recent diploma obtained or in progress.

If in progress, indicate projected end date for diploma.

 


Work Experience

Internship, Industrial & Lab placement, Job

Start by the most recent experience.

 


Language Skills

French

English

Other


Provisional Study Plan

Please complete the appropriate parts for your projected programme (check boxes for courses
that you want in your programme; specify elective courses if requested; degree-seeking students
must fill in all parts)

ICM Programme

NB: degree-seeking students must choose the same topic for parts I and II of “Societal Challenge”.
On the opposite, Major II should, however, be different from Major I.









Please complete the appropriate parts for your projected programme (check boxes for courses that you want in your programme; specify elective courses if requested; degree-seeking students must fill in all parts)

ISMIN Programme



Please complete the appropriate parts for your projected programme (check boxes for courses that you want in your programme; specify elective courses if requested; degree-seeking students must fill in all parts for degree).

MSc

MSc Prospective Design (PRODE)

This MSc is a two-year programme, taught in French. Applicants should attach to the application file a portfolio describing projects already realized (alone or with a team), during studies and professional experiences.


Registration form

Your application file should include

Be careful with the naming of your files: no accented character, apostrophe, etc.

  • An identity photo* - File format : JPEG / JPG / PNG / PDF / 1 MB max
  • Curriculum vitæ* - File format : PDF / 1 MB max
  • Letter of application* (one page max, detailing precisely the reasons for your application to the programme) - File format : PDF / 1 MB max
  • Copy of each diploma* (higher education only) and detailed transcripts - File format : PDF / 1 MB max
  • Official certificates of French and English skills (minimum B1 CECR level for both languages) - File format : PDF / 1 MB max
  • Max 2 recommendation letters - File format : PDF / 1 MB max
  • Copy of an ID card* (passport, residence permit…) - File format : JPEG / JPG / PNG / PDF / 1 MB max

By checking this box, I, , certify that all the information given in this application form is correct and complete.

By checking this box, I accept the general conditions of use of the site and give my consent for the storage of my personal data as mentioned on the legal information page.
The information you provide is used exclusively for the École des Mines de Saint-Étienne and will not be disclosed to third parties and will be used only for research, statistics, or to improve our site and services.
* Mandatory

In case of concern with the sending of your file, please contact Anaïs NICOLAS.