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Last edited by nauvice; May 31st, 2011 at 10:06 PM.
call the school.
You'll have to call the school for specifics, but I can already tell you that you'll need to get your US diplomas evaluated.
You should consult this website for that:
And a french test wouldn't hurt, try to get a level 3 ''General and Speaking'' French, look at this website:
Edit: And because I felt like it, I went on the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris website, and can confirm you that you'll have to prove you speak/understand french. Therefore, you should pass the test I linked. Also, if you get to the interview, you'll have to speak in french to the panel.
All the documents you'll send will have to be translated in french, and certified if needs be (i.e: your diplomas). You'll have to prove you have the equivalent of a french BAC, so use the first link I gave you.
Hope that helps.
Last edited by Xayasha; July 17th, 2009 at 10:01 AM. Reason: More information
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It's written that 20% of the students are not french, so it's not a problem for foreigners
read this pdf: http://www.ensba.fr/download/pdf/Ens...ntHandbook.pdfOriginally Posted by Ecole des Beaux Arts de Parisforeign students
same application requirements and procedures as
Certified French translations of all foreign-language
documents must be provided.
Applicants must have a strong command of French
and are requested to furnish proof thereof; e.g.,
certificates to that effect. Proficiency in French will
be assessed by the admissions committee in the
course of the admission interview.
The entrance examination is the sole means of being
admitted to study at the École des Beaux-Arts.
Professional training periods and temporary
enrollment are permitted solely under official
arrangements between the École and the schools
it has signed exchange agreements with.