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Information for international students and researchers

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, France continues to welcome international students and researchers. Depending on the country and the vaccination status, the procedures to follow to enter French territory may vary.

énsa-v - International

lien : Ministry of the Interior’s website

PDF : COVID How I can come to France

PDF : COVID Como venir a Francia

France has done everything to help you reach your host institution safely. Depending on your country of origin and your vaccination status, the procedures that apply when entering France may vary. We recommend that you get fully vaccinated before leaving your country to make it easier to enter and live in France.


APPROVED VACCINES FOR ENTERING FRANCE

Approved vaccines for entering France are those recognized by the European Medicines Agency (Comirnaty/Pfizer, Moderna, Vaxveria/AstraZeneca, and Janssen) and foreign vaccines similar to those authorized in Europe (Covishield etc.)

Please get fully vaccinated with a vaccine recognized by France before your departure.

If you are unable to be vaccinated before coming to France, you will be offered an opportunity to get vaccinated as soon as possible after your arrival, in conjunction with Social Security and your host institution, especially if you come from a country in the red zone.


HOW CAN I COME TO FRANCE?

Countries have been classified based on various health indicators.

- “Green” countries: countries without active circulation of the virus and variants of concern

- “Orange” countries: countries where the virus is actively circulating but in controlled proportions, without the spread of variants of concern.

- “Red” countries: countries with active circulation of the virus, and variants of concern

The lists of countries, travel statuses and required certifications are available in French and English on the French Ministry of the Interior’s website : https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage

These lists are updated each week. See the website for the most recent version.