International graduate admissions: required documents
Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration. In order to ensure that your application is processed, it is your responsibility to make sure that it is complete and that all equired supporting documents are attached in the appropriate format (PDF) no later than the deadline of the programme or scholarship. For further information, please check our application guide.
For all programmes:
- Official academic transcript(s) (signed and/or stamped) for the entirety of your time in higher education (including periods spent abroad on exchange programmes). Acceptable transcript formats include scanned copies of paper transcripts produced by the institution, electronic transcripts produced by the institution, and web-based academic records produced by the institution and containing your name and the name of the institution. An official or informal translation in English, if applicable (the translation can be made by the candidate). The Admissions Office reserves the right to request official transcripts at any time during the application process.
Two academic references. Please note that some programmes require one or two professional references in addition to the academic ones.
- Official proof (signed and stamped) from your university, providing your undergraduate cumulative grade average (and your graduate cumulative grade average if applicable). Please provide one certificate per degree and/or institution attended.
- Articles or other texts which you have written or published (not mandatory). If you apply to both a Master's programme and a dual degree programme, the documents must be attached in the original language version, along with an official or informal translation in English where necessary.
One of the following documents may also be required depending on the programme:
- Professional reference
- A copy of your law degree, etc.
Please do not overload your application with non-requested documents.