ISA Lille has more than 200 partner universities around the world and has signed many of these agreements through international programs such as Erasmus+, Brafagri, Brafitec, Arfagri. Don't miss your chance to study abroad in France!
Our international network includes partner universities of France Agro 3 and Lille Catholic University. If you are a student from one of our partner universities, ISA offers you various opportunities to come as an exchange student for a semester or a full academic year.
ISA Lille offers courses taught in English and French. All programs are open to exchange students who meet the language requirements and academic prerequisites. Exchange Students must take a minimum of 20 credits (ECTS) per semester.
ISA Lille uses the European Credit Transfer System to facilitate the transfer of credits and ensure the validity of learning outcomes according to the European system. In the ECTS, a full semester consists of 30 credits and a full year of study is 60 credits. ISA Lille's credit and grading system is fully compatible with the ECTS.
All of our programs are open to all students, without discrimination based on age, origin, disability, sexual orientation, or gender. Any Erasmus+ participants who have a severe disability or exceptional special needs may be entitled to extra funding to cover associated costs on their Erasmus+ mobility. Please contact the ISA International Relations Office for details.
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Our Graduatelevel courses are open to all exchange students, even if they are currentlypursuing a Bachelor’sdegree, as long as they have sufficientprerequisiteknowledge of the subject.
Transcripts of academic records (all higher education)
Document certifying B2 level in desired language of instruction: English or French
Statement of purpose
Small ID photo in a JPEG format
Copy of your passport or national ID
All documents must be sent by email by the Home Institution International Office to isa.international(at)yncrea(dot)fr.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
ISA will send the Home Institution International Office the Admission Package (Admission letter and Information Guide).
Non-European students will then be able to start the visa application procedure.
Contact your local Campus France office for more details on obtaining a French student visa.
The mandatory Orientation Session generally takes place a week before the start of the academic semester. It includes administrative procedures, general information sessions, intensive French classes and Intercultural Communication classes.
All incoming international students are required to participate in the Orientation Session.