You must attach all your transcripts of the past three years of secondary education, and where applicable from your first year of higher education, including periods spent in an exchange programme. You must also provide your secondary school exit exam final results.
No, a written examination is not part of the international admissions procedure.
The international admission procedure only offers entry to one of the regional campuses (in cities other than Paris). If you want to study on the Paris campus, you must apply throught the exam procedure (FR).
Yes, because you obtained your French Baccalauréat abroad.
The application process consists of two phases: A pre-selection and the oral interview. If you have not been pre-selected you will not be invited to pass an interview.
You will be able to choose from a list of available dates and locations through the online application, including the campus you are applying to in France.
You must submit a completed application at least six weeks prior to the interview date most convenient to you.
Please note that the earlier your application reaches us, the more scope you will have to choose the interview location and therefore the more chance you will have to be interviewed in your location of choice.
You may choose the city in which you wish to be interviewed. Please note that your application must be submitted at least 6 weeks before the session you have selected.
No, you do not have to sit for the SAT test if you hold an IB diploma.
No. If you have already completed two years of higher education, you are no longer eligible. You must continue your current studies and apply to a graduate programme once you have obtained your BA degree.