Study in Europe: incoming students

Study at Ecole de Savignac: an opportunity and an unforgettable experience

Every year, Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac is ranked amongst the best schools in France in the Hospitality, Catering and Tourism Management. Come and study at Savignac is a real opportunity for your future career and will remain as an experience you will never forget.

If you want to come and study at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac thanks to the Erasmus+ programme, you will find all the necessary information below.

  • Apply – Incoming students
  • Download application form for the Erasmus+ Exchange programme
  • Information on ECTS credits
  • Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac’s course catalogue
  • Practical Information
  • Information on visas
  • Contact details for the International projects Coordinator
  • FAQs for incoming students

Apply

Download the application form for the Erasmus+ Exchange programme for studies and traineeships. You can ask your home institution. 

ERASMUS

In order to be able to apply for an Erasmus+ study period at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac, you need to fill in the online form as well as the Learning Agreement.

To apply, please fill in our Online Form. Once you have submitted your form, you should receive an email within 5 working to confirm receipt. If you have not received an email within this timescale, please email:  c.masdupuy@ecole-de-savignac.com

Please note that applications that are received without the required enclosures will not be taken into account.

The application forms must be sent no later than October, 30th for spring semester.

Important

The students who wish to apply for an Erasmus+ study period at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac need to provide evidence of English and French language skills. Most of the applicants submit either a TOEIC, TOEFL or IELTS score. The required scores are as follows:

B2 Level
TOEIC: 605 - 780
TOEFL: 87 – 109
IELTS: 5,5 – 6,5

Erasmus + procedure

Students doing an Erasmus+ study period must complete an application form and a Learning Agreement prior their arrival at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac. The deadline for applicants coming for spring semester is October, 30th. 

The application form must be signed by the student and the academic coordinator from his/her home university. The Learning Agreement must be signed by the student, his/her academic coordinator and the Erasmus coordinator from his/her home university before sending it to the International Projects Coordinator at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac.

Please note that the Learning Agreement will be returned if it does not bear the two signatures under “home institution”. The student must also send a copy of their CV along with the application form, as well as a copy of their English and French language skills.

Once the application form has been accepted by the relevant body at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac, the International Projects Coordinator will forward the student’s file to the educational and financial teams to enable the student to enrol.

The student will then receive an acceptance letter/email with all the necessary information for their arrival and studies at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac.

Linguistic requirements:

B2 Level: 
TOEIC : 605 - 780
TOEFL : 87 – 109
IELTS : 5,5 – 6,5




Practical information

Download the Savignac's brochure Study abroad semester.


Information on visas

Incoming students who do not have a European passport will have to apply for a visa to come and study in France. It is the responsibility of the student to take all necessary actions to obtain their visa in due time.

Students with a european passport

If you have a EU/EEA passport, you do not need to apply for a visa. However, we urge the student to check that their passport will be valid for their whole stay in France.
> Check if you need a visa to come and study in France. .

Students with a non-european passeport

If you do not have a EU/EEA passport, it is highly probable that you will need a visa to come and study in France.
You must check with your embassy the type of visa you need; it may vary according to the type of exchange and the length of your stay. The conditions also depend on the type of visa you ask for.
> Check what type of visa you need.

You must do all procedures well in advance as some procedures may take a long time.

If you have any questions regarding visas, you may send an email to:
v.triau@ecole-de-savignac.com

Disclaimer

The aim of this page is to inform students about the procedures to obtain a visa to study in France, and is purely for information purposes.

These pieces of information are provided by third parties that are not related to Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac, and even though we do our best to provide correct and up-to-date information, we cannot be held responsible for the content of those webpages.


 

FAQs

How can I apply to come and study at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac?

All details on how to apply to come and study at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac are available in the section "Apply" of this same webpage.
> Incoming students : Apply

What is the deadline to apply?

Spring semester: 30th October
Autumn semester: 30th April

Where do I have to send my application form?

Only originals will be accepted – if you send a fax or a scan of your application form and documents, you will be asked to send the original versions to the following address:

Chrystel Masdupuy
Bureau des projets internationaux
Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac
Place du Souvenir
24420 Savignac-les-Eglises
France

Do I need a proof/certificate for my English and French language skills to come and study at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac?

All details on your English and French language skills can be found in the section "Apply" of this same webpage and in the sub section "Erasmus procedure "
> Linguistic requirements

Where can I find information on modules I will be taught?

The catalogue can be found here:
> Information on ECTS crédits

How many ECTS credits can I take?

If you come and study at Savignac for one semester, you must take:
> 30 ECTS credits

Can I choose modules from any programme and level?

No, you cannot chose modules from any programme or level. You must refer to the course catalogue.

What are the exact dates of the study abroad semester?

The exact dates can be found here:
> Academic calendar

How can I find accommodation?

If you have been accepted by Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac, you are going to receive an official letter of acceptance. Once you have received this letter, you will be able to start looking for accommodation. The contact details of the accommodation service will be on the acceptance letter.  

My university does not have a bilateral agreement with Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac, could you please sign one with my home university so I can come and study at yours?

You can apply to become a student at Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Savignac. If you are accepted, you will have to pay for the tuition fees.  

For the Bachelor programmes, tuition fees are currently €6500 for one year.

Please note that there is no guarantee that your file will be accepted.

You may find all details on how to apply on this webpage.


Contact details for the International Projects Coordinator:

Ms Chrystel Masdupuy
Tel. +33 5 53 05 60 01
Fax. +33 5 53 05 39 65
Email: c.masdupuy@ecole-de-savignac.com


Information on ECTS credits

Spring semester:

CoursesECTS Credits
Cross Cultural Management3
Business Strategy4
Finance4
Cultural Diversity in an international environment3
Marketing and Social Media4
Luxury Hospitality1
Gastronomy and French heritage5
Wine economics focused on Bordeaux wines1
Tourism development3
Professional skills2
French language for non-native speakers
(non compulsory)
3

 
Autumn semester:

CoursesECTS Credits
Cross Cultural Management2
Controlling and Budgeting5
Hospitality Business Finance4
Macroeconomics4
HR Management3
Tourism Management1.5
Luxury Hospitality1.5
Professional Project2
English culture and communication3
Second language3
French language for non-native speakers
(non compulsory)
3