Undergraduate Admissions for applicants from the Foreign secondary schools: Language requirements

Last Update: 
8 November 2021

The main working languages in our undergraduate programmes are French and/or English. It is your responsibility to find out about the working languages of the programmes you are applying to. No proof of language proficiency is required at the time of application (you may attach a proficiency test to your application form if you wish to do so), however you must ensure that you have a sufficient level to attend the programmes you are interested in, and to be able to study in these languages should you be admitted.

The candidates invited to the final stage of the admission process, will be tested during the interview on their language proficiency according to the programmes to which they apply. Should the level be insufficient (i.e. below the linguistic prerequisites), the interview panel reserves the right to issue a negative opinion which the jury admission will take into account when assigning the admitted candidate to one of the two chosen programmes.

The language requirements for each programme are listed below.

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