Admission Post-Bac: Registrations for french Universities are open

You wish to apply for studies in France ? Pre-register online from January 20th until March 20th  through the “Admission Post-Bac” platform.

This dedicated platform gives you access to all French Universities and Higher Education programs’ registration for first year undergraduate/Bachelor's degrees.

There are 4 steps to complete in order to register.

Step 1 - Online registration

  • Log onto Admission Post-bac and create your account.
  • Type in your program wish list : candidacy (candidatures)

You can always cancel or register to additional programs any time from Jan. 20th until March 20th (6pm).

  • Rank your Wish List. You will be able to change your ranking until May 31st.

Step 2 – Application documents

  • Print out your application form from your digital account, only if requested for certain programs
  • Gather all documents, according to each program’s list of requirements
  • Send out your paper application file, individually, according to the specified deadline for each program
  • Check out the application file reception status
  • Regularly check your email account (registered in your Admission post-bac account) for any messages requesting any missing documents
  • Log onto your online account to ensure your paper-application file has been received by the requested school and that it is fully completed.

Step 3 – Results

You may change your wish list ranking until May 31st.

Whenever a place is offered to you by a University or Hiher Education program, reply to the proposal through your digital account.

  • 1st session of admission offers: June 8th at 2pm until June 13th at 2pm
  • 2nd session of admission offers: June 27th at 2pm until July 1st at 2pm
  • 3d session of admission offers: July 14th at 2pm until July 19th at 2pm

Step 4 - Admission procedure

  • Once you have accepted an online offer of admission, you must formally register with the specific university (before the deadline)
  • In case you did not get any admission offer, you may register through your online account to the additional sessions (procedure complémentaire), in case of future vacancies. This additional session starts on June 27th, at 2pm. You have until September 25th 11:59 pm to update your wish list.

For further information:

check the Campus France website (French and English versions)

Tutorial videos with subtitles, for inscriptions and wish list, are available to help you through the process. 

For any information, contact Campus France Estonie: tallinn(at)campusfrance.org

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