Interested students from the Philippines are required to send applications directly to the schools and universities. The school's website is the primary source of information for prospective candidates.

The Philippines is a country that does not require the CEF application procedure. Some schools ask applicants to contact the Campus France office in their country to begin the application process. This is not the case for applicants from the Philippines (Filipinos ans foreigners alike).

They should send applications directly to the French higher education institutions (HEI) of their choice. They are likewise responsible in contacting the school/s regarding applications and admissions

 

Requirements vary from one institution to another. Most of the time, the prospective student should accomplish an application form (available on the website of an institution), provide a motivation letter, a recommendation letter, and a transcript of records. It is possible that an institution would require a translated version (French) of certain documents.

Depending on the medium of instruction, an institution may require a certification of proficiency in the French language (DELF). Some schools may also request international students to provide English language test scores (IELTS, TOEFL).

Visit the Alliance Française de Manille’s website for more information on language certification and translation services.



The Campus France Manila office offers free educational consultations to help prospective students select a program and in completing their application.