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You come to the Savoie Mont Blanc University as part of a privileged partnership between your University of origin and the USMB, through the Erasmus programme or a bilateral Convention.

To find out if your University has a cooperation agreement with Savoie Mont Blanc University, please consult the International Relations Office of your University of origin.



Your University enrollment has several steps:

  1. a pre-registration via the moveonline software around the month of March for the first semester and October for the 2nd semester before your arrival in France
  2. a "contribution to student life and campus" (CVEC) – see terms and conditions below
  3. an administrative registration on your arrival in France
  4. a pedagogical inscription

The Savoie Mont Blanc University sends an official document to the International Relations Department of partner universities each year, indicating the modalities and dates of registration.

Your pre-registration consists of an online entry of your application (1) and then a paper consignment of your file (2).

1-entry of your online application for the year 2019/2020

Students who plan to study at the Savoie Mont Blanc University as part of an Exchange Programme (Erasmus, bilateral agreements, ISEP, ORA, BCI, BRAFITEC...) during the academic year 2019/2020 must register in Line.

Registrations for the first semester (from September 2019 to December 2019 or even January 2020) or the full university year 2019/2020 open from Monday 11 March to Friday 26 April 2019.

-> Register here

The Directorate of international relations can help students in their search for accommodation, within the limits of available places. The accommodation will be allocated on the basis of "first come, first served".

2-mailing your paper file

In order for us to guarantee you a quality welcome, we kindly thank you to respect the deadlines and the following procedure:

  • Fill in the online application form, save it in PDF format and sign it (+ download and complete the housing demand If you are interested).
    Please indicate the valid email address you regularly visit as you will receive a lot of useful information!
  • Establish your study contract (= Learning agreement, whose blank form will be provided to you by your University of origin) and sign it.
  • Have the application form and the study contract signed by the Coordinator of your home University.
    Please note: your registration application cannot be accepted if your registration form and your study contract are not signed by the Coordinator of your home University.
  • Attach the copy of your study contract to the MoveOn online application.

Send these 3 original signed documents (application form, housing application and study contract) by post before Friday 3 may 2019, last deadline, at the following address:

Ms. Séverine QUILLIET
Incoming students
Savoie Mont Blanc University – International Relations Division
27 MarcoZ Street BP 1104

F-73011 CHAMBERY Cedex

No files sent after this date will be reviewed!

Upon receipt of this dossier, the international relations Directorate will send your application file to the Faculty concerned for validation.

Wait for the response from the international relations department who will inform you by e-mail of the receipt of your file, the acceptance (or not) of your application as well as important data concerning your arrival and your stay.

Once your application has been validated, the International Relations Division will send you an e-mail containing:

  • the letter of acceptance at the Université Savoie Mont Blanc,
  • an informative package containing: the list of documents required during your administrative registration, the dates of the welcome meetings, the list of contact persons by faculty.

For foreign students outside the European Union, the original of the letter of acceptance at the Université Savoie Mont Blanc will be sent to you by post, in order to facilitate your efforts to obtain your visa.

Attention: we send the information about your registration and your arrival in France to the email address you indicate in the application form. So think about watching your email inbox regularly.

If you have any questions or concerns about your pre-registration, please contact:Ms. Séverine QUILLIET

If you are a student in international exchange, in France, you are not concerned with this contribution. You don't have to pay for it.

EXCEPTION: However, students who are in double-degree and who pay for the registration fee at the Université Savoie Mont Blanc are to be paid the CVEC. Students who, in turn, are in double degrees and who pay the tuition fees in their home University do not charge the CVEC.

The CVEC is the student life and campus contribution.  The law provides that it is collected by the CROUS.
An annual amount of €90 may be subject to or exempt from the case.

For those who have to pay it, please follow the following payment procedure:

  1. Log or create an account
  2. Enter your study city
  3. Pay your CVEC, by credit card
  4. Get your certificate, to be presented to your institution when registering

When you arrive in France, you will have to register officially at the Savoie Mont Blanc University. Registration takes place in 2 stages: an administrative registration and a pedagogical inscription.


  • In September for the first semester and for the full academic year
  • In January-February for the second semester

Prior to registration, welcome meetings will be organised by the Directorate of international relations, which will help you to complete the registration dossier and will present useful information about your stay in Savoie (social security, insurance, housing assistance, etc.)

Your presence is indispensable, your convocation (date and time) for registration is given to you on that day.

What documents to bring?

Please submit to the registration with the requested documents:

It corresponds to the choice of courses you wish to follow, according to your studies in your country of origin, and according to your UFR of belonging to the University Savoie Mont Blanc.

To do this, the administrative correspondent of the international relations of your faculty will give you a booklet summarizing all the courses offered within this component.