International exchanges



he international dimension represents a strong feature of training as much by the numbers of students leaving and arriving on exchanges as by the number of partner institutions.
Since their creation in 1991 these exchanges have never stopped developing and as far as our school is concerned have allowed almost 1000 students to benefit from international mobility.

Our school asserts a policy of positively encouraging exchanges. This is displayed by, among other things, travel grants which it allocates from its own funds to students going abroad while giving lessons in French as a foreign language for their first semester to those students arriving.

Having international students exchanges at the school also benefits to those of our students who do not get to do a year abroad by giving them the opportunity of opening themselves to other ways of envisioning architecture. This assists them in entering today's international labour market.


Arnaud Miseriaux - Tél. : 01 72 69 63 36
Cécile Mauras - Tél. : 01 72 69 63 80
Aurélie Bela - Tél. : 01 72 69 63 19

ENSA Paris-Val de Seine
3/15, quai Panhard et Levassor
75013 Paris