International Admission

The admissions procedure for international students applies to the following individuals:

  • Students residing abroad (French nationality, residing outside of mainland France)
  • Degree-seeking students who are foreign nationals

Do you want to join EDC Paris Business School but are unable to travel to France ?

You will find all the necessary information on admission procedures below :

Degree-seeking students

International students who wish to apply for one of EDC Paris Business School programs must follow the admission below:

Programme in French or English Track

Tests:

  • Skype interview

Required documents:

  • Transcripts of records of the last two years in high school
  • Results of the French Baccalaureate or equivalent translated into French by a sworn translator
  • Certificate of school attendance
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • 1 cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copy of passport
  • For English: B1 level (French track) B2 level (English Track)
  • For French: B2 level

Programme in French or English Track

Tests:

  • Skype interview

Required documents:

  • Transcripts of records of the last two years in high school
  • Results of the French Baccalaureate or equivalent translated into French by a sworn translator
  • 60 ECTS credits or equivalent
  • Certificate of school attendance
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • 1 cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copy of passport
  • For English: B1 level (French track) B2 level (English Track)
  • For French: B2 level

Programme in French or English Track

Tests:

  • Skype interview

Required documents:

  • Transcripts of records of the last two years in high school
  • Results of the French Baccalaureate or equivalent translated into French by a sworn translator
  • 120 ECTS credits or equivalent
  • Certificate of school attendance
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • 1 cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copy of passport
  • For English: B1 level (French track) B2 level (English Track)
  • For French: B2 level

Programme in French or English Track

Tests:

  • Skype interview

Required documents:

  • Transcripts of records of the last 3 years of study translated into French by a sworn translator
  • 180 ECTS credits or equivalent
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • 1 cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copy of passport
  • For English: B1 level (French track) B2 level (English Track)
  • For French: B2 level

For French-speaking students, it is possible only within the framework of interuniversity agreements for the purpose of obtaining a degree.
It is also possible to follow the curriculum with 240 ECTS credits, but without obtaining a degree.

Incoming exchange students

Exchange students are students whose home university has signed a partnership agreement with EDC Paris Business School. (See partner list)

For all application requirements, nomination and application deadlines, academic calendar, application process via Mobility online please download our application guide.

Application deadline:

  • Fall semester: June 2020
  • Winter semester: November 2021

Language requirements

International students are expected to have a good command of English (possibly of French) - the equivalent of B2 level minimum- to ensure that they can follow courses competently. They are not required to produce a language certification score (TOEFL/IELTS) but may be requested to do so if the language results on their transcript of records prove insufficient.

Students applying for a double degree are required to take the TOEFL with a minimum score of 85 points or IELTS with a minimum score of 6.5.

FAQS Admissions

Q. I am an international student, can I do your work-study program?

R. Yes, you can. Newcomer" students can follow the training through a sandwich course only. The tuition fees remain their responsibility

Q. What do I do if I am denied a visa?

R. In the event of a visa refusal, you may request a refund of the advanced fee, subject to submitting the notification of visa refusal.

Q. Am I accompanied in the visa process?

R. Yes, we do our best to accompany you. However, it is the responsibility of each student to obtain a visa and to have proper documentation.

Q. What is the cost of living in Paris?

R. Paris is one of the most expensive cities in Europe. As an example, you should plan for a minimum of 500€ for a shared room in the Paris region. In order to live decently (without making excesses) and cover all your expenses, count on a minimum of 1000€/month.

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EDC will process your personal information to contact you and to inform you about the program of your choice for the upcoming two terms. Afterwards, your data will be deleted.

You may exercise the rights of access, deletion, rectification, opposition, limitation and portability, by post to EDC, Post office box 221 of Barcelona, or by email to edc@edc.edu. Likewise, if the interested party considers it appropriate, they can lodge a claim to the Spanish Data Protection Agency.

Moreover, you can contact our Data Protection Manager by email to dpo@planeta.es, or by post to Grupo Planeta, At.: Data Protection Manager, Avda. Diagonal 662-664, 08034 Barcelona.

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EDC will process your personal information to contact you and to inform you about the program of your choice for the upcoming two terms. Afterwards, your data will be deleted.

You may exercise the rights of access, deletion, rectification, opposition, limitation and portability, by post to EDC, Post office box 221 of Barcelona, or by email to edc@edc.edu. Likewise, if the interested party considers it appropriate, they can lodge a claim to the Spanish Data Protection Agency.

Moreover, you can contact our Data Protection Manager by email to dpo@planeta.es, or by post to Grupo Planeta, At.: Data Protection Manager, Avda. Diagonal 662-664, 08034 Barcelona.