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The admission procedure for the ESCE International Bachelor (for French or foreign students) is done outside of ParcourSup and takes place throughout the year:

  • Evaluation of the application
  • Motivational interview
  • Feedback from the admissions committee

After studying your file, you will be called for a face-to-face or remote interview for candidates living abroad. Your file will be submitted to a committee for deliberation.

What is the difference between an admission on title and a parallel competition?

prerequisite for admission to the international bachelor program

  • 1st year: hold the French baccalaureate or an equivalent international diploma
  • 2nd year: having obtained 60 ECTS credits at Bac+1
  • 3rd year: having obtained 120 ECTS credits at Bac+2
ESCE Bachelor Admissions
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The composition of the application file

The file must consist of the following documents:

  • copy of your identity document
  • a copy of your baccalaureate diploma (if obtained) or other diplomas
  • a copy of your transcripts for your last two years
  • a CV
  • a cover letter
  • Payment of €70 application fee

*Warning! The international admission procedure only applies to you if you are not a French national and live outside France.

Preparing for your admission interview: 5 steps to success

1. S ’informer sur l’école

Find out more about the course, existing associations and 3rd year specialisations. The idea is to be able to show during the interview that you are interested in ESCE and the Bachelor Programme in particular.

2. Préparer une introduction

In addition to a formal introduction (who you are, what you’ve done before, why you want to join the school), the introduction should direct the conversation towards what you want to talk about. The purpose of the oral is to get to know you better.

3. Mettre en avant ses projets extrascolaires et ses hobbies

These are the elements that will make the difference. If you are passionate about an author or a musician, say so. In the same way, promote your projects carried out outside of school. The ESCE values enterprising and committed candidates.

4. Se tenir au courant de l’actualité

Current affairs questions are a way of testing a candidate’s openness to the world. We must pay attention to economic, social, political news and especially to international news.

5. Soigner sa communication non-verbale

Look your interlocutors in the eye, stand up straight, smile… in short, pay attention to the image you send back during the interview. Professional attire is recommended.

Delayed start : join the Bachelor Program in the 1st or 3rd year

Join the 1st or 3rd year of the ESCE international Bachelor’s degree in a staggered start and benefit from quality teaching without losing a year.

Our staggered return to school allows you to benefit from a flexible course schedule, integrating the 2 semesters into 1.
Holder of a Baccalaureate or a Bac+2 and looking for training.

Découvrir le programme international bachelor

Nathan Kosmowski

Admissions Manager International Bachelor Program

For international applications*, please contact

*Warning! The international admission procedure only applies to you if you are not a French national and live outside France.


Updated 11 April 2024