Admission

Admission requirements

1. Bachelor's degree

  • Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree (of a minimum 180 ECTS) from a non-French accredited university.
  • Candidates who are likely to have obtained such a qualification before the beginning of the MSc course are also eligible to apply.
  • French candidates with a non-French bachelor’s degree are able to apply if they can prove that they have studied for at least 2 years outside of France.
  • Candidates with a qualification from a French university can apply for the Master in Management.


2. 
Proficiency in English

Candidates need to present an officially recognised English certificate. The minimum scores needed for admission are:
  • TOEFL IBT: > 80
  • IELTS: > 6.0
  • FCE
    Note: Candidates do not have to provide proof of their English level if English is their mother tongue or if they took their bachelor’s degree fully in English.

3. Admission tests
Candidates must take one of the following admission test:

GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-based adaptive test designed to assess analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in English. It is used to admit students to graduate management programs worldwide. The GMAT exam can be taken throughout the year in centres around the world. For further information, please consult GMAT’s official website.

The minimum score required is 530.
 

GRE

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a computer-based adaptive test intended to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills in English. It is used to admit students to graduate management programs worldwide. The GRE score can be converted to its GMAT equivalent by using this online comparison table.

The GRE exam can be taken throughout the year in centres around the world. For further information, please consult GRE’s official website.

 

EXADEP

The Postgraduate Admission Test (Spanish initials: EXADEP) is a standardised test intended to assess the verbal, quantitative, and analytical skills needed for postgraduate studies. The test is in Spanish. For further information, please consult EXADEP’s official web site.
 

TBS admission test

Our admission test is a computer-based adaptive test intended to assess verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills in English. For further information, please download the Academic Skills Test guide.
 

4. Candidates' profile
Candidates must meet the following criteria:
  • Be under 29 years old on the MSc program start date.
  • Have no more than 2 years of work experience in a position relevant to the MSc course's field.
  • There is no minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) requirement. However, a strong GPA will be viewed positively when considering the application.


 

 

Admission process

 
 
 
  
  • Consult the relevant admission round
  • Complete the online application form
  • Upload the required application documents*
  • Pay the admission fee via credit card or bank transfer (130€)
  • Arrange to take the online TBS Admission Test, or provide a certificate of any of the recognised admission tests
  • Have an admission interview (face-to-face or via Skype)
  • Wait to be notified of the admission decision. This will be sent by email.

*Application documents 

  • A copy of the following documents will be required from you:
  • Scanned copy of your bachelor's degree certificate
  • Scanned copy of the Transcript of Records from your first degree, including the GPA (Grade Point Average)
  • Scanned copy of your passport or ID card
  • Official proof of English level (check the required scores above)
  • Photo (in .JPG format)
  • CV (written in English)


 

 

Admission rounds

Admission to the MSc courses operates on a rolling admission basis: the sooner you apply, the greater your chances of being admitted. Applications will be considered in accordance with the rounds shown below. Applications submitted after each deadline will be rolled over to the next round. 

 

ROUNDS

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

 

DECISION WEEK

 

RESERVATION FEE PAYMENT

1

 

22 March

 

3 April

 

24 April

2

 

19 April

 

2 May

 

22 May

3

 

17 May

 

29 May

 

19 June

4

 

21 June

 

3 July

 

24 July

5

 

19 July

 

31 July

 

21 August

6

 

23 August

 

4 September

 

25 September

7

 

20 September

 

2 October

 

16 October

8

 

18 October

 

30 October

 

10 November

  • Application deadline: You must complete your application before the relevant deadline, otherwise your application will be rolled over to the next round.
  • Decision week: You will be notified of the admission decision by email during this week.
  • Reservation fee payment: You must pay the reservation fee by this deadline in order to have a place in our MSc programme.