Vos diplômes, votre niveau d’études ou encore votre nationalité détermineront les procédures d’admissions pour intégrer l’ENSAS. Pour en connaître les modalités, répondez aux questions ci-dessous et laissez-vous guider…
Enrolling in the first year?
Are you of French nationality or do you have a French or European baccalaureate?
Enrolling in :
Enrolment via the Parcoursup system
Prior application for admission (DAP)
Candidates of foreign nationality ( non-European Union) applying for enrolment in architectural studies in France must make a prior application for admission between November 1, 2019 and January 17, 2020.
Validation of acquired experience (VAE)
Admission to the Bachelor’s (2nd or 3rd year) or Master’s (4th year) degree program is open to candidates who can demonstrate higher education, experience or personal achievements related to the architectural profession. Eligibility is based on an examination of the file. Successful candidates will be invited to an interview.
Applicants of foreign nationality (non-European Union): prior application for admission (DAP)
Candidates of foreign nationality (non-European Union), applying for registration to study architecture in France, must apply for prior admission between November 1, 2019 and January 17, 2020.
Transfer between ENSAS
Under certain conditions, it is possible to move from one French ENSA to another during your university studies.
Professional Degree in Ecological Construction
This training is intended for students (or employees in the context of continuing education) with prior training in the disciplines taught in Civil Engineering (1st - 2nd year of university, IUT, BTS, preparatory classes for the Grandes Ecoles) and in 1st and 2nd year of National Schools of Architecture.
Dual Master’s degree in Architecture and Urban Projects in Euro-region // Karlsruhe IT
The Franco-German Dual Master’s degree in Architecture and Urban Projects in an international context has been set up by ENSAS and the Faculty of Architecture of the KarIsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). This Dual Master’s degree aims to train a new generation of architects/urban planners capable of taking part in the territorial economic logics of a region by intervening on urban, architectural and landscape issues.
Dual Master’s degree in Architecture // TU Dresden
The Franco-German Double Master’s degree in architecture and technical construction set up by the ENSAS and the Faculty of Architecture of Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden) aims to train architects with strong technical skills, who are qualified to work in France and Germany.
Dual Master’s degree in Architecture and Urban Planning and Design // CAUP Tongji
International, the Franco-Chinese dual degree, is a response to the inexorable shift of the world’s economic poles towards Asia, thus providing a real asset to its students.
Master in Architecture and Archaeology
The Master in Architecture and Archaeology, coordinated by the ENSAS and the Faculty of Historical Sciences of the University of Strasbourg, is a specialized course in the field of ancient and medieval architecture, aimed at students wishing to study the history and techniques of these architectures, or to move towards the practice of heritage enhancement. Its purpose is professional.
Master 2 in Civil Engineering Architectural Wood Construction
The Master 2 Civil Engineering specialization Architectural Wood Construction is coordinated by ENSTIB and the École nationale supérieure d’architecture of Nancy and in close collaboration with ENSAS. This course is a combination of initial training and apprenticeship training, and enables architects and engineers to acquire a dual competence thanks to a pedagogy based on techniques for using wood in buildings.
Master 2 Urban Planning and Development (ASPU) // INSA Strasbourg
The Master 2 Urban Planning and Development ASPU (Architecture, Structures and Urban Projects) is coordinated by the École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Strasbourg (ENSAS) and the Institut national des sciences appliquées (INSA) of Strasbourg.
MAE Engineer Manager Alsace Tech
This master’s degree allows engineers who graduated from the schools of the Alsace Tech network to develop a double competence in management. Objective: to accelerate professional integration into project management missions.
Accreditation for state certified architect to manage projects in their own name (HMONP)
The training is accessible to architects who possess a state diploma or a title admitted by dispensation or equivalence.
Ph.D. and research
Any student who has obtained a State Diploma of Architect (DEA - conferring the Master’s degree) can start a thesis in the university of his or her choice.