To apply for ESPOL, you must follow the steps explained on the PARCOURSUP site.
FRENCH LEVEL B2
Registration of your application takes place on the admissions website of the Catholic University of Lille.
The second year of the bachelor’s degree is open to students who have completed their first year of Bachelor or obtained 60 ECTS credits in political science or related subjects (sociology, law, international relations, economics, history, …)
To apply, we invite you to register your application on our admission area between 15 February and 1st May 2023.
To be eligible for admission, students are required to submit:
Access to M1 is open to candidates with a bachelor’s degree and/or 180 ECTS in political science or a related subject (sociology, law, especially public law, international relations, economics, geography, history, civilisation, demography, etc.).
A language test is not required for native English speakers or students with an undergraduate/graduate degree in English. (Proof of French language proficiency is not required).
Please do not add any additional documents other than those listed above. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Several criteria are taken into account for the evaluation of the admission
The admission procedure for ESPOL Masters Courses is supervised by the Admissions Committee which is headed by the Director of Studies.
The standard admission procedure at ESPOL consists of 4 phases:
If you have any questions about the admission procedure, please contact the admissions department: firstname.lastname@example.org
ESPOL, as a private higher education institution, requires to charge tuition fees in order to operate. Tuition can be adjusted, based on the revenues of the applicant’s family’s, household composition and CROUS scholarship indexes.
You can now get an immediate online estimate by logging on to the school simulation site.
Bachelor’s and Master’s fees: €3,300 and €11,640
Programme in European Politics fees : €5,000 per semester (flat fee)
You can apply for housing benefit (APL) from La CAF as soon as you become a tenant. This aid helps to finance part of your rent. It is adapted according to the amount of rent, your income and your family situation. You can find more information on La CAF website.
La CAF also offers you the possibility of carrying out a simulation on their website.
The Visale guarantee is a new scheme which is a state guarantee for students who do not have a personal guarantor. For more information, visit the Visale website.
Two grants can be applied for by students going on international mobility. The Erasmus grant is a scheme for students going on exchange to Europe. For more information, visit the Génération Erasmus+ website.
The Mermoz grant, for students wishing to do an internship, a study period or a research stay abroad. Visit the Regional Council website for more information.
Information meetings are planned at the beginning and during the year. If you have any questions about your mobility, please do not hesitate to contact the ESPOL International Relations Office.
Many banks have offers tailored to the needs of students. Ask your bank for information on how to obtain a student loan at an attractive rate. In addition, the french state can provide a guarantee for your student loan (EU citizens only). For more information, go to the public services website.
To find your student job and optimise your job search, don’t hesitate to go to the Career Center! In addition to workshops and individual meetings, your Career Center offers job dating and online offers.
The Féron Vrau grant is open to high school students with grant and future undergraduate students. Information, rules and applications: email@example.com
This scholarship is open to ESPOL students from Bachelor 2 to Master 2 based on the excellence of the applicant and his/her motivation. The amount of the scholarship varies from 1000€ to 2000€. For more information, please consult the regulations (French).
A prestigious awards scheme that funds British postgraduate students who want to study in France. Visit Franco British website for more information.
The Susan Strange Prize is awarded to the best Master’s thesis and the best undergraduate research paper. The prize money is €1000. For more information, you can consult the regulations (French).
It intervenes to take charge of all or part of the students’ schooling in the event of a life accident occurring after enrolment in the institution.
1 – ESPOL’s Student Excellence Grant
As part of our commitment to talent, ESPOL issues Student Excellence Grants every year. The grants are intended to provide a source of financial support to the best candidates who have been offered admission for one of ESPOL’s master’s programmes. The grant will be allocated primarily to incoming master students who have confirmed enrolment.
2 – Grant criteria
The Student Excellence Grants are allocated based on the following criteria:
3 – When and how to apply
As an accepted candidate to one of ESPOL’s master’s programmes, the only thing you need to do to be considered for a Student Excellence Grant is to confirm your enrolment in the chosen programme by completing your registration on the admission platform (https://espaceadmission.univ-catholille.fr/) and paying the enrolment deposit (or the full tuition fees if you register from July onwards) by the registration deadline stated in your admission letter. Once confirmed, you will be automatically considered for the Student Excellence Grant.
4 – How much you can get and how the grants are paid
Grants typically range from 1000€ to 2000€. The grant is awarded by check to the students once their enrolment in the programme is confirmed. In case of early drop-out or non-validation of the MA programme, the total amount of the grant is to be reimbursed.
The Admission Committee will meet in the second half of June (Round 1) and in the first half of September (Round 2) to attribute the grants. Results will be communicated in early July (Round 1) and by mid-September 2022 (Round 2).
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