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HOW TO APPLY

Here you will find all you need to apply for our courses and stays, payment and booking procedures, as well as administrative information for traveling to France :

BOOK AND SEND A RESERVATION

DOWNLOADS

Download our registration form and general conditions

SEND THE APPLICATION

Send the application to Celine Dupuis:

 

IMPORTANT!
We need to receive all the information mentioned in the application form. You may use our application as provided with your stamp, or send us all the information with your own form.

PAYMENT INFORMATION

For all the bookings in ANTIBES (Adults+Juniors)

INSTITUT PREVERT
Bank name: CREDIT LYONNAIS
IBAN: FR66 3000 2032 3100 0007 2700 T12
SWIFT (bic) Code: CRLYFRPP

For the bookings in CANNES and HYERES

ATOLL
Bank name: CREDIT LYONNAIS
IBAN: FR20 3000 2032 3100 0007 2701 Q64
SWIFT (bic) Code: CRLYFRPP

Contact for payments

billing1@cia-france.com

VISAS INFORMATION

Depending on the student’s nationality and the duration of his/her stay, a visa might be required by the French authorities.

Two criteria will determine the need for a visa:

ACCEPTATION LETTER

  • In certain cases, a document from our school is required (such as a letter of enrolment).
  • No document of this type will be provided until the payment (or full booking fees) is received.
  • IMPORTANT: In case of non-payment, the application will not be processed.

INSURANCE INFORMATION

After booking, the student must verify that he/she possesses insurance covering his/her stay in France.

All students younger than 18 must have insurance (covering health, accidental injury, and repatriation of remains) before arriving and provide a copy of this information to the CIA language school at the time of enrolment.

European Health Insurance Card:

  • From 2006, nationals from countries members of the European Union can get a free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). EHIC allows citizens of the EEA countries and Switzerland to receive medical treatment in another member state for free or at a reduced cost, if that treatment becomes necessary during their visit (for example, due to illness or an accident), or if they have a pre-existing chronic condition which requires care such as kidney dialysis.
  • It only covers healthcare which is normally covered by a statutory health care system in the visited country, so it does not render travel insurance obsolete.

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