The undergraduate exchange programme: language requirements

Exchange students can take courses in French, English or in both languages.
 
To ensure that every exchange student is fluent in at least one of these languages of instruction, exchange students whose native language or language of instruction at their home university is neither English nor French must provide results of an official English or French test with their application. Only students who meet certain conditions may be exempt from the language test.
 
Note that different programmes have different language requirements. 
 
The choice of campus depends on the language in which exchange students want to take their courses, their language level and the number of places available on each campus. 
Students who do not meet the language requirements of the campus they were nominated for by their home university will be offered a place at another campus.
Language requirements for Undergraduate exchange students
Campus Language of instruction Language requirements Is it possible to take all courses in French?  Is it possible to take all courses in English?  Is it possible to take courses in several languages? 
Dijon French. Limited range of courses in English French B2 or French A2 in the remedial French programme (Semester 1 only).
 
Yes Yes (limited range of courses in French) Yes (French and English)
Le Havre English. Limited range of courses in French
 
English C1 No Yes Yes
Menton English/French English C1 and/or French B2 No Yes Yes
Nancy French/German
Limited range of courses in English
B2 in two of the three languages of instruction Yes (and courses also available in German) No Yes
Poitiers

French

Spanish

English

Portuguese

French B2 and
English B2 (if C2/native in Spanish or Portuguese)
Yes (and courses also available in English, Spanish and Portuguese) No Yes
Paris French/English French B2
English B2
Yes Yes Yes
Reims

English

French

French C1 for the French programme. 

English C1 for the English programme.

French B2/English B2 to take courses in both languages.

Yes (and courses also available in English) Yes Yes (French and English)