The EAC is an institution that welcomes you throughout your course of study according to your aspirations :
Resolutely open to the world, the EAC offers training in French and English.
The EAC opens its initial, but also continuous or professional (summer sessions & MBA) training courses to foreign professionals who wish to develop new skills, to better understand the specificities of the art market, culture and luxury sectors (professional practices, legal frameworks, business models and networks).
If you are currently studying at one of our partner schools, you can apply to the EAC as part of our exchange programme.
Step 1 : Appointment by the international office of your home university
The university of origin of the student, wishing to benefit from the Erasmus programme, must officially name the latter by an email specifying: the name of the university, the name and first name of the student, his field of study, the diploma he prepares, the exchange period (1 semester, 2 semesters or a full academic year), as well as his email address. For Erasmus students, only one semester is allowed.
Step 2 : Application to EAC Paris
Once nominated by his home university, the student can prepare his application gathering all the requested documents. Please request the application form from your university and send it back to the EAC International Relations Department. All required documents must be provided in English or French, and must be sent to the EAC by the corresponding deadline for the desired semester of exchange.
Step 3 : Evaluation of the application by the EAC
Documents received will be evaluated within 5-weeks from the date of receipt of the complete application.
Step 4 : Letter of Admission
If the file is validated, a letter of admission will be sent to the student’s home university.
Step 5 : Course Selection
During the admission process, the EAC will be in contact with the student regarding his choice of course. At the end of the selection made by the student, the EAC will validate the list of courses related to the university of origin and the student.
List of courses :
Bachelor cultural coordination : 2nd year / 3rd year
Bachelor expert-advisor for the art market : 2nd year/ 3rd year
Master International art market Manager : 1st year
Step 6 : Signature of the study contract (LA) for Erasmus students / Signature of the international exchange form for non-Erasmus students
Once the pedagogical head of the home university has approved the selection of the selected courses, the student will have to sign a study contract.
Then, the home university must send the study contract to the EAC for signature (3 signatures required : home university, student, the EAC)
Once the student has been accepted to the EAC, he will receive a welcome guide that will help him for his stay in France and his student life at the EAC.