Incoming students


Incoming students

If you are enrolled as a full time student in one of our partner institutions, you can come and study at the EAC as part of an exchange programme.

 Application Process

=> step 1: Nomination by the International Office of your Home University

 The home university of the student interested in undertaking an Erasmus exchange has to officially nominate that student via an email message which specifies the following:
 the name of the home university, the name and surname of the nominated student,
 the area of studies, type of studies (degree/ master's), period of the exchange
(1st semester, 2nd semester, full academic year) and their email address.

=> step 2: Application to EAC Group Paris

Once nominated by the home university, student may prepare your application documents as listed on the application form which you can find in the useful tools section on the right-hand side of this page.
All application documents must be prepared in English or French and it must be sent to the EAC Group before the application deadline of the corresponding exchange semester.

=>step 3: Application evaluation by the EAC Group

The received documentation will be evaluated within 5 weeks after the reception of the application documents.

=> Step 4: Acceptance letter

If everything is correct, then a letter of acceptance will be sent to the student's home university.

=>Step 5: Make Your Course Selection

During the application process, EAC Group will be in touch with student regarding the course choices. Once finalized, student will receive information about the classes, which will be available
to exchange students during the semester you applied for.

=>Step 6: Signature of the Erasmus+ Learning agreement (LA) for Erasmus students / signature of the International students form for non-Erasmus students

Once the academic coordinator from the home University approved the course list selection, student will be asked to sign a LA.
Then, the home University has to send the LA to EAC Group for signature (3 signatures required: home university, student, EAC Group).


 Welcome guide for international students

 Once student have been accepted to study with us,  they will receive our Welcome Guide in order to help them prepare for their stay abroad and life at EAC Group.


Useful tools 2016-2017

Autumn semester deadline: May 1st
Spring semester deadline: November 1st

Courses in English :
Fall Semester
Spring Semester

Courses in French :
Fall Semester
Spring Semester

For more informations contact Ms Zoé ADAM :

A variety of paths to meet all passions

Rita Lielamure, Bachelor student from Aberystwyth
studied at EAC Paris in the second semester of 2013-2014

“The time that I have spent in Paris has been very challenging, exciting and above all simply amazing! (…). At EAC I was studying what I am passionate about and also progressing with my French language. During my semester in Paris, I have met a lot of like-minded people, I have learned to be independent and confident. Also, I have learned and understood a lot about the event industry, because Groupe EAC offers a wide variety of creative courses and the best thing is that all the professors are professionals already working in the industry of events, festivals and live performances.“

Tony Do, Bachelor student from Budapest studied at EAC Paris in the first semester of 2013-2014
“If you want to purchase a carrier in fine arts, then EAC is definitely the place for you to study. The teachers are very professional, and most of them are still active in their field. Besides academic and theorical teachings, the teachers allowed us to take an insight to very practical and useful informations used in their work, and helped us observe the contemporary art scene in an updated and professional way.”

YOO Hojung, Bachelor student from Kookmin studied at EAC Paris in the second semester of 2013-2014
“The EAC has many talented students and good professors. The courses give students valuable opportunities to experience the actual work ground with various field trip activities. The teachers are professionals in their field of work; therefore their lectures are very practical with many realistic examples.”