The Ecole des beaux-Arts de Paris organizes an exchange study program each semester, only open to students officially nominated by their home institutions and only in the frame of specific agreements signed with the Ensba.Every year, 45 to 50 four...
I used to always think that I worked better under stress, I've learned here, that that is untrue. If I could go back in time to graduating high school I would have applied to ENSBA it's 500 euro a year to go there people. COME ON!
My future plans are to graduate SMFA and come back to France find a simple job possibly WOOF and ...
- SMFA - School of the Museum of Fine Arts
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The Ecole des beaux-Arts de Paris organizes an exchange study program each semester, only open to students officially nominated by their home institutions and only in the frame of specific agreements signed with the Ensba.
Every year, 45 to 50 fourth-year students have the opportunity to study abroad on an École scholarship at one of the École’s seventy partner art schools. Students travel for 4 months either to another European Union country on an Erasmus/Socrates scholarship, or to a foreign country on a Colin-Lefrancq scholarship.
In February each year, a committee meets to examine the records of 3rd-year students wishing to apply to study abroad in their 4th year. The committee determines the list of scholarship winners and where they will be sent. Foreign students admitted into the 3rd year of studies are not eligible for the study abroad program because they need to become integrated into their new school environment. Students’ departure is contingent on their admission to 4th year (obtention of the 1st-cycle degree and admission into the 4th year of study) and agreement by the receiving school.
Before students leave, a “learning agreement” is drawn up to plan their program of study at the foreign school. When they return, students hand in their learning agreement validated by the receiving school, and a detailed report on their stay.