International undergraduate admissions: required documents
Make sure your application is complete and that all required supporting documents are attached in the right format, when you submit your application (at least six weeks before your interview session).
Incomplete applications will be evaluated as is or not taken into consideration.
Documents to be included
- CV/Résumé (in French or in English depending on the language of the programme)
- Academic Record: details of all examination results obtained during the last three years of secondary education (including the first semester of senoir year and mock secondary examination results, if available).
- Secondary school examination certificate(s), if already held. Otherwise, you must provide it as soon as received.
- One academic reference (mandatory). one extra academic and/or professional reference is optional.
- Photocopy of your ID/Passeport
Copies of your transcripts and diplomas must :
- be included in the original language version
- be accompanied, where necessary, by an official or informal translation in French or in English (in English only for the programmes with Keio University and The University of Hong Kong).
Applicants holding a Bachibac, Abibac or Esabac
Applicants who will obtain a Bachibac, Abibac or Esabac must likewise provide the transcripts of "Seconde", "Première" and beginning of "Terminale" as well as the results of the preliminary Baccalaureate examination.
Applicants who will obtain a Bachibac in France must present a certificate from the Spanish Embassy in France, specifying that they will obtain the "Titulo de Bachiller", providing they require so.
Applicants holding an International Baccalaureate
Applicants who will obtain the International Baccalaureate (IB) must present their end of year IB predicted grades.
Applicants holding a High School Diploma (USA)
Candidates who have or will obtain a US High School Diploma must also provide:
- SAT Reasoning Test (code number 6192) or ACT test scores. Those taking the ACT must also sit the writing section
- A School profile
- Optional: SAT Subject test
- Optional: Advanced Placement (AP), including results
- The attached files must be in PDF format and cannot be bigger than 2 Mo. Use free software to compress your PDF documents.
- For ease of assessment, we request that you name each attached file, in English or in French (for example: Baccalaureate results, CV, transcript).
- Make sure you do not attach your documents upside down.
- Avoid sending any documents by regular mail and never send any original documents as they will not be returned to you.
- Scan your academic records of each academic year in a single document and in chronological order.
- If admitted, you will be required to present a copy of your original documents, certificate and or diploma to the Registrar's Office during registrations.
You must write your personal statement directly into your application form. You may, if you prefer, draft it in Word format and then copy / paste it into the application.
It must be written in French or in English depending on the language of the selected programme. If you are applying for a dual degree, you will also need to write a second letter in the partner's language of instruction (English or German based on the dual degree).