Non-French diploma holders: access via application form
The programme is open to students, who hold a non-French degree obtained after at least three years of higher education outside France (Licence degree, Bachelor’s degree, Benke...)
No English language test score is required for students holding a degree from an English-speaking university. For other applicants, language requirements are: TOEIC 790, IELTS 6, TOEFL 83
Due to the covid-19 situation and the closure of some Exams Centres, we do offer the possibility for the candidate to take a Language Test online, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most of our programs have reached their maximum enrolment and can no longer accommodate new students. To find out about application opportunities, please contact our team as soon as possible.
- Special attention is paid to the quality of the file and the quality of the academic and/or professional profile.
- Shortlisted candidates are invited for an interview via Skype with a Head of Academic Programme. This interview helps clarify who the applicant is, their projects, their objectives and the consistency of their choices with the programme selected. The final admission decision (offered or denied admission) is publicised a few days after this interview.
- Admitted candidates are notified formally and invited to make a down payment later on deducted from the tuition fees. This initial payment confirms the candidate's seat in the programme and an unconditional letter of admission is then issued.
In parallel with their EM Normandie application file, international candidates must also complete the Campus France application process to facilitate the visa obtention. Once the fee down payment has been received, the School will help International students with their visa procedures and search for accommodation.
French diploma holders: Passerelle 2 National Test Bank
The Passerelle 2 National Test Bank is common to 10 French Business Schools. It is open to all students who hold a French undergraduate degree of 3 or 4 years minimum and in any specialisation.
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