Mobility as part of your course

International mobility is available to students from the third year of their undergraduate degree to the second year of their Master’s degree.

Mobility projects must be prepared the year prior to your departure date.
An information meeting is held within UFR STAPS each year in mid-September.

Your mobility project must be consistent with your programme of study and chosen field of sports science in order to ensure you are able to validate your work and continue your studies on your return to France.

The choice of classes that you take must therefore be prepared and validated by your course tutor and the CMI. Their signature is essential for your international mobility application.

Some universities impose minimum language requirements.
A language certificate must therefore be included in your application.
This may take the form of a statement signed by a teacher or an official certificate issued by a public or private organisation. This will depend on the chosen university.
In English-speaking countries, the TOEFL is often required. This must be passed as soon as possible to ensure your application is complete (more information below).

Language classes are proposed throughout the year to help you prepare (contact the SCEL):

- TOEFL preparation classes
• - TOEIC preparation classes (contact the SCEL)
• - English classes to improve your knowledge of the language before your departure


Selection panels decide which applications to transmit to partner universities.

It is then the partners themselves that decide whether to accept or refuse your application.