International Office

Coronavirus: official document justifying an outing

17.03.2020

Updated on 25/03/20

As of today, a new document must be used. It includes two new reasons, amends former reasons and requires people to specify the time they leave their homes. Moreover, it is now bilingual (French and English).

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As of 17 March 2020 and until further notice, people willing to leave their home must fill in a document called "attestation de déplacement dérogatoire" which is an affidavit justifying any outing. If you can't print it, you can write it down on paper. Please be aware that it is very important that you carry this document as well as an ID every time you go out because the police will be patrolling and issuing fines if you can't provide it.

On this document, you have to tick the reason why you are leaving your home:

- travelling to work if it is essential and telecommuting is not possible;

- shopping for groceries and other essential items (you can find the list of all the shops that are still open on https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus);

- all health-related outings (medical appointments or pharmacy);

- “imperative family reasons”, such as looking after vulnerable people or children;

- brief outings to get some exercise individually (group activities are prohibited) or take pets for a walk near your home.

Warning: you must not translate this document into English.

 

More information https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-derogatoire-et-justificatif-de-deplacement-professionnel

International Relations Office's shutdown

16.03.2020

According to a Decree by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the President of the University, we inform you that the International Relations Office will be closed as of Monday 16 March until further notice. Notwithstanding, the Office will be telecommuting.

More information regarding all the measures COVID-19 epidemic and Frequently Asked Questions frequently asked questions

Please, do not hesitate to use the contacts below should you have any further question:

- individual mobility : bureauetrangers @ ml.u-cergy.fr

- incoming mobility : incomingmobility @ ml.u-cergy.fr

- outgoing mobility : outgoingmobility@ml.u-cergy.fr

We will keep you informed of any update.

Take care.

The International Relations Office Team

Welcome to the International Office at the University of Cergy-Pontoise

The University of Cergy-Pontoise welcomes about 1900 foreign students each year within the framework of various exchange programmes, including Erasmus, Crepuq and bilateral partnership agreements with universities all over the world : Brazil, China, Japan, Korea, Russia, the United States, Vietnam, etc.

If your university has a partnership agreement with the University of Cergy-Pontoise, our International Relations Office will review your application and act as your representative throughout the duration of your stay with us.
This section provides you with the information you are likely to need to prepare for your stay in Cergy, as well as the details of all the documents and procedures you will have to complete prior to your arrival. 

 

 

STEP BY STEP REGISTRATION PROCEDURE  FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS

If you are not in this situation, but would still like to come and study at Cergy as an individual student, please refer to the Individual applicants office. Your application will be dealt with by our registration department.

 

A single reception desk

International students coming to the University of Cergy-Pontoise will receive a very warm welcome from the international relations office.

When you arrive, the international relations team and French student tutors will welcome you and present the university and its services and environment : enrolment, accommodation, administrative formalities...

To make formalities easier, the university has set up a single reception desk. Thanks to this system you can carry out all your paperwork in one place (enrolment, visa, accommodation...).

At the beginning of each semester, a special welcome / orientation day is organised so that you can visit the university campus and the Cergy-Pontoise area.

This welcome day is also an opportunity to meet other international students, French students who have also studied abroad, and the university’s professors and administrative staff.

Throughout the year special cultural outings are organised for international students such as trips to local and Parisian museums, plays, etc. Geomoov, the international students' association organises many day trips as well as parties and social events.

In the Maison des étudiants (the student union, located in the Les Chênes tower) room 101 is reserved for exchange students. It’s a friendly place where you can come to meet other students. The room is equipped with a "chill out" space, a microwave/eating area and computers with Internet access. You can also pick up information and brochures on cultural activities in Cergy-Pontoise and the Paris area (or at the Cultural department on the second floor).



Contact Mobility Office
relations.internationales @ ml.u-cergy.fr

International Relations department

Incoming students 

Aïssata ANNE
Tel.: +33 1 34 25 60 96

Mara LIM
Tel.: +33 1 34 25 67 02

Les Chênes campus
Maison des Etudiants Tower
3rd floor - Office N° 313

Fax: +33 1 34 25 62 93
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Outgoing students

Anissa ABBAS

Tel: +33 1 34 25 62 45
Fax: +33 1 34 25 61 50

Les Chênes campus
Maison des Etudiants Tower
3rd floor - Office N° 318
outgoingmobility@ml.u-cergy.fr (christine.lavialle @ u-cergy.fr)

International Agreements

Enara BERARD
Tel: +33 1 34 25 62 65 

Les Chênes campus
Maison des Etudiants Tower 
3rd floor - Office N° 308
enora.hardelin@u-cergy.fr (christine.lavialle @ u-cergy.fr)

How to get the International Relationships Office

HOW TO GET TO UCP FROM CERGY-PREFECTURE RER STATION.pdf

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