Admissions to Bachelor’s Programs

Non-EU International Students (non-mobility)

To apply to a first, second or third year program (Licence 1, Licence 2, Licence 3), non-EU, non-mobility international students* must carry out the following procedure:

 * Regardless of nationality, all international students who wish to study at the Institute of Psychology as part of an exchange program must refer to the “International” section of our website.

EU Students (non-mobility)

L1 Admissions

High school students from France and the European Union must log on to the Parcoursup platform. The registration and application phase on Parcoursup is open from January 20 until March 11, 2021.
Candidates have until Thursday, March 11, 2021 to choose 10 programs at the most – in any order and by attaching a cover letter – and have until April 8, 2021 to complete their application and confirm their choices. Responses will be given starting May 27, 2021 and will continue until July 16, 2021.

As the number of applications received by the Institute of Psychology is higher than the number of available slots, applications will be arranged in order after being examined and the Institute of Psychology’s response will be either:

  • yes (offer of admission)
  • yes if (conditional offer of admission)
  • waiting list

When you receive an offer, you will have a short deadline to respond. If the response is “yes if”, this means that you can only be admitted if you accept to take a personalized training course to bring your skills in line with the Institute’s expectations and put you on the path to success.

L2 and L3 Admissions

Recent graduates from France and the EU who want to join a 2nd or 3rd year Bachelor’s in Psychology must apply through E-Candidat. This online application platform is open from April 19 to May 7, 2021 and is accessible via the following link:

You will have to upload:

  • ID card (front and back) or valid passport
  • High school diploma
  • Transcript for the baccalaureate/school leaving examinations
  • CV
  • Cover letter
  • Other post-secondary diplomas
  • Other post-secondary transcripts (signed and stamped) from the undergraduate or graduate levels, etc.
  • Translations of foreign diplomas and transcripts done by a sworn translator (for international candidates)

Results from the C1 French language test (find out more > Where can I sit a French language test ?)

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