RUBIKA

STUDY AT RUBIKA AS AN EXCHANGE STUDENT

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

ACADEMIC EXCHANGES

RUBIKA offers international students the opportunity to come and live an immersion among its students for one or two semesters. Each year, we welcome about fifty international students for long or short study cycles. These stays are part of academic partnerships.

RUBIKA pays particular attention to welcoming its students and offers dedicated support: bilingual teachers, French as a Foreign Language (FLE) courses, help in finding accommodation, student sponsorship and administrative assistance.

Students wishing to study at RUBIKA as part of a university exchange must be selected by the partner institution. If there is no partnership between your school and RUBIKA, you can contact your International Relations Department.

ERASMUS CHARTER

FACT SHEET ERASMUS

COURSES CATALOGUE

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT

PASSEPORT & VISAS

➔ Students from the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland: hold a national identity card.
➔ Non-European students: hold a passport valid for the entire duration of your stay in France and a long-stay « student » visa (to be requested from the French Embassy in your country). Without this visa, you will not be able to register at RUBIKA.

FIND AN ACCOMMODATION

The International Relations Department will assist you in your search for accommodation. In Valenciennes, there are many possibilities of accommodation at moderate prices, in university or private residences.

Students who have confirmed their arrival must fill in an accommodation form. As the number of places is limited, the reservation of accommodation will be made according to availability.

OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT

The International Relations Department also assists you in opening your bank accounts by giving you the benefit of offers negotiated with our banking partners.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES

ERASMUS+ students

Before applying for an exchange stay in RUBIKA, you must :
➔ make sure that your university has signed an ERASMUS agreement with RUBIKA (code: F VALENCI 14),
➔ be nominated by your host university

Contents of the application :
– ERASMUS application
– Copy of passport / copy of identity card
– Copy of your transcripts
– Letter of motivation
– Document certifying your level in French language (letter of recommendation from a teacher, diploma, certificate). A minimum B1 level is required.

Your file must be sent by email to the following address: a.matosjimenez@rubika-edu.com

Non-ERASMUS students

Before applying for an exchange stay in RUBIKA, you must :
➔ make sure that your university has signed a bilateral agreement with RUBIKA
➔ be nominated by your host university

Contents of the application :
– ERASMUS application
– Copy of passport / copy of identity card
– Copy of your transcripts
– Letter of motivation
– Document certifying your level in French language (letter of recommendation from a teacher, diploma, certificate). A minimum B1 level is required.

Your file must be sent by email to the following address: a.matosjimenez@rubika-edu.com

Do you have any questions? Please contact us:
Responsable des relations internationales

AMANDINE
MATOS JIMENEZ

 03 61 10 12 43
 email Amandine