The next application deadline is the 15th of the month
BBA in Global Management admissions
We offer two intakes in the school year, one in September and the other in January.
Applicants must hold a minimum of a French general baccalaureate or an equivalent foreign diploma (12 years of primary and secondary school).
Intensive English courses are offered enabling students to reach the level required by the partner universities.
The admissions procedure comprises five distinct parts:
- Academic dossier (transcripts from the two last years of school, CV, cover letter)
- Extra-curricular portfolio: reference letters, activity reports for voluntary work and other, sports results, artistic work, other diplomas, and other relevant documents.
- Test TAGE post-bac®: for French-speaking students who are resident in France only (more info)
- English language test required for all students: TOEFL IBT, TOEIC, IELTS (see note below)
Interview (more info)
Admissions to second or third year
A student who has already begun higher education may request a parallel admission into second or third year:
Students with a background in management may transfer their ECTS credits and join in second year (with 60 ECTS credits) or in third year (with 120 ECTS credits). As part of this parallel admission, students may apply for any specialisation provided in any one-year, or two-year, mobility track (excluding Supply Chain, Global Business and partner universities' tracks), the specialisation choice will be validated during the individual interview.
With no background in management, a student may qualify for equivalency assessment, examined case by case depending on the application file and the profile.
Students entering in second or third year must provide an English language test score. For second year: TOEFL iBT score > = 70. For third year, the requirement is TOEFL iBT score > = 80.
Note on English tests
In the case where a candidate whose first language is English or any candidate who has been educated for at least one year in an English course may, with the agreement of the admission jury, be exempted from the English test.