FAQ French Language Center
There is no minimum level required to study French at EPITA.
EPITA offers different levels from beginner to advanced.
Students are placed in the appropriate group, based on their prior knowledge of French.
EPITA issues a training certificate showing the student’s language level, number of hours of training and results from the final exam.
TFI test sessions are organized twice a year.
EPITA provides housing for students enrolled in summer school or semester-long programs.
Accommodations may be with a host family, in a student residence or at a hotel near the campus.
This service is optional.
The number of hours depends on the session.
In the intensive session, classes are held every morning and three afternoons a week.
In the extensive session, classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon with workshops on Wednesday afternoon.
All individuals from member states of the European Economic Area (EEA) do not need a visa when staying in France for under 90 days. You will simply need your ID card or passport.
For a stay of over 90 days and for all non-EU students, please consult the French embassy in your country.
As a general rule, a visa is required unless granted an exemption. Please visit France-visas, the official website for visas for France to receive information, prepare and submit your visa application. https://france-visas.gouv.fr/web/france-visas/accueil