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Accueil » International » Foreign students » Administrative registration

Contact

Exchange students

Matthieu Hulbert

incoming@univ-paris1.fr 


Free-movers

Pascal Melou (Economics, Management, Mathematics, IT, Geography, History, Art History) freemover2@univ-paris1.fr

 

Sadri Sakka (Law, Economic and Social Administration, Political Science, Visual Arts, Philosophy) freemover2@univ-paris1.fr   

 

International Relations Office

Mobility Service
58 Boulevard Arago 75005 Paris

+ 33 (0)1 44 07 76 79

 

Opening times 

Monday - Friday

9.30 - 12.15 / 14.00 - 16.30

(except for tuesday afternoon)

 


 
Teaching and Student Life Office / Administrative Registration Service
90 rue de Tolbiac 75013 Paris

+331 44 07 89 45 (from abroad)

01 71 25 11 37 (from France)

 

Reception on-site from

9.30 - 12.00 / 13.30 - 16.00

(except university holidays)


Telephone reception: 9.30-16.30

(except university holidays)

Administrative registration

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OBJECTIVES OF ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTRATION

Administrative registration consists of officially registering you as a student of the University for the academic year. It is essential in order to obtain your student card, to access the University Intranet (ENT), to confirm your Civil Liability Insurance and, if applicable, to register with Student Social Security and pay registration fees.

Obtaining your student card

The student card enables you to :
► enter into the different centres of the University (in particular Sorbonne and Pierre Mendès France) ;
► pay for your meals in the University Restaurants (RU) using the integrated payment system Izly ;
► access the University Libraries (BU) and pay for your photocopies there ;
► benefit from preferential rates in cultural places (cinemas, theatres, concert halls, museums…), sports halls and fields, transport…

Access the Intranet (ENT)

The Intranet enables you to :
► obtain your exam results and statement of grades ;
► download teaching documents put on line by tutors ;
► consult the catalogue of University libraries and access your reading account ;
► access books and reviews that can be consulted for free online (several thousand French titles - Le Monde, Le Figaro, Courrier International, L’Express, Le Point… - and international) ;
► connect to the wifi network Eduspot which is available in all the Universities in Ile-de-France ;
► communicate with a University mailbox address (first name.surname@malix.univ-paris1.fr) ;
► access internship offers and job offers.

Confirm “Civil Liability” Insurance

“Civil Liability” Insurance covers you for personal injury or material damage accidentally caused to others during your studies at the University. At the time of your administrative registration, you must present a certificate proving that you have taken out such insurance. This certificate can be applied for from :
► a student mutual (see the section “student social security” below)
► a bank (see the section “open a bank account in France”)
► an insurance company (“civil liability” insurance is often included in “housing” insurance that you must take out in order to rent accommodation – see the section “accommodation”)
► an establishment in your country of origin (N.B. : the certificate must be in French and explicitly mention that your insurance policy covers you in France for the whole year).

Register with student social security 

Student social security enables you to be reimbursed 70% of your medical costs by the mutual of your choice : SMEREP (Mutual Company for Students in the Parisian Region) or LMDE (Student Mutual). It is obligatory and can be complemented by an optional insurance taken out with the chosen mutual. To have it for the academic year 2017-2018, you   must pay a contribution of 217€ at the time of your administrative registration at the University except if you are in one of the following cases :
► you are from a country of the European Union (EU = 28 countries) or from the European Free Trade Association (EFTA = 4 countries = Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland). In that case, at the time of your administrative registration, you must present your European Health Insurance Card or a certificate of private insurance.
► you are from Quebec, Andorra or Monaco. In that case, at the time of your administrative registration, you must present the form given by the Social Security Department of your country of origin (form SE 401-Q-106 for those from Quebec, SE 130-04 for those from Andorra and without specific reference for those from Monaco) ;
► you are more than 28 years old. In that case, ensure either that you are covered by the Social Security Department of your country of origin or by a private company or register with the social security department of your French domicile ;
► you are coming to the University for less than three months. In that case, at the time of your administrative registration, you must present an insurance certificate prepared by the social security department of your country of origin or by a private company ;
► you are in receipt of a scholarship from the French government (Eiffel excellence scholarship, a scholarship based on social criteria of CROUS…). In that case, at the time of your administrative registration, you must present your notice of scholarship award.
► you are a student employee and work throughout the whole academic year (from 1st October to 30th September of the following year) at least 60h/month, 120h/quarter or 10h/week.

Paying registration fees

The registration fees are identical for French students and foreign students : 189,10€/year for degree; 261,10€/year for Masters and 396,10€/year for Doctorate (they can be higher for specific University degrees). You are exempt from paying these fees if you are in one of following categories:
► you register at the University within an agreement or exchange programme (Erasmus+, Bci, Micefa…). In that case, at the time of your administrative registration, you must present a certificate that certifies this (prepared by the person in charge of the exchange in your University of origin, this certificate must state in particular the length of your stay and your   discipline).
► you are in receipt of a scholarship from the French government (Eiffel excellence scholarship, a scholarship based on social criteria of CROUS…). In that case, at the time of your administrative registration, you must present your notice of scholarship award.

 


ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

Administrative registration is firstly done online then on-site.

Stage n°1: Registration online

► between 6th and 28th July 2016 or from 24th August 2016 : register at https://primo.univ-paris1.fr/primo/ident1.jsf (see instructions here). N.B. : do not send your supporting documents by post : hand them directly to the university’s administrative registration services (SIA) after having made an appointment (cf. below). Furthermore, if you are exempt from having to pay a contribution to the student social security and/or registration fees, do not choose the option « pay by bank card » online : you will settle your situation during your appointment at the SIA.

► activate your digital account (see instructions here) to access the site https://rdvia.univ-paris1.fr in order to make an appointment with the university’s administrative registration services. N.B. : the site https://rdvia.univ-paris1.fr enables you to make an appointment within a fortnight : if you think that you will not yet have arrived in France in that period, log-in again later. Appointments take place between 8th and 27th July 2016 and from 29th August 2016.

Stage n°2: Registration on-site

Go to the administrative registration services (situated in the centre Pierre Mendès France) on the date and at the time arranged. Make sure you have the requested documents with you :
► passport photo & copy of your passport
► certificate of “Civil Liability” Insurance
► if you are exempt from having to pay a contribution to the student social security :  European Health Insurance Card (for Europeans), OR certificate provided by the social security department of your country of origin (form SE 130-04 for those from Andorra and SE 401-Q-106 for those from Quebec) or a private insurance company, OR notice of scholarship award from the French government (Eiffel excellence scholarship, a scholarship based on social criteria of CROUS…).
► if you are exempt from having to pay registration fees : certificate from your University of origin certifying that you are registering in an agreement or exchange programme such as Erasmus+ (this declaration must specify your discipline, the length of your stay at the university and the name of the person in charge of the exchange in your university of origin) OR notice of scholarship award from the French government (Eiffel excellence scholarship, a scholarship based on social criteria of CROUS…).
► if you have to pay the contribution to social security and/or registration fees, come with a bank card valid in France or with a cheque or money order made out to the accounting officer of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (see here for the procedures for opening a bank account in France).