– A cover letter in English
– Official transcripts of grades for final two years of high school
– Official Transcript of final school exam scores and subsequent years of study (if applicable)
FRENCH LEVEL B2
Registration of your application takes place on the admissions website of the Catholic University of Lille.
– A cover letter in English
– Transcript of final school exam scores and subsequent years of study (if applicable)
– Any document certifying to foreign language skills can be added to the application
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, …)
Procedure: Applications will be reviewed in rounds, 4 times a year
1st February – 31 May
Phase 1 : from 1 February to 28 February (results 30 April 2019)
Phase 2 : from 1 Mars to 31 Mars (results 29 May 2019)
Phase 3 : from 1 April to 30 April (results 28 June 2019)
Phase 4 : from 1 May to 31 May (results 31 July 2019)
Applications after 31 May 2019 (23:59 CEST) will not be considered.
2. Eligibility criteria
To be eligible for admission, students are required to submit:
Please do not add extra documents to your application beyond those listed above. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
3. Admission criteria
Several criteria are taken into account for the evaluation of the admission:
The ESPOL Master admission procedure is supervised by the Admission Committee. The Admission Committee is led by the director of the Master and is composed of the director of ESPOL and the co-directors of the Master’s programs. The Admission Committee meets 5 times per year. The Admission Committee is supported in its tasks by the Admission Officer.
The standard procedure of admission at ESPOL involves 4 phases :
5. After the admission
6. Appeal procedure
Candidates can appeal the decision of the Admission Committee by addressing a written statement within four weeks following the date of decision. Appeal will be considered by the Admission Committee during their next following meeting. Appeals brought later than four weeks following the date of initial decision will not be considered.
This programme is open to undergraduate and graduate students.
Students should send a copy of their most recent diploma, their academic transcript and a CV to Oliwia Baran (email@example.com).
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 immediately estimate your fees online on: simulation scolarite
Bachelor’s and Master’s fees: €2,660-€8,435 depending on revenue and household composition.
For any international students, it is possible to apply to the housing aid, delivered by the CAF (the family allocation service). To benefit from it, you have to rent accomodation in France, in your name. For more information, go on the caf’s website. You will find a UK flag at the end of it: when you will click on it, a PDF about the functioning of this housing assistance will open.
You can make a simulation here for bachelor or master.
Programme in European Politics :
Tuition fee: 9,000 euros for one year – 5,500 euros for one semester (registration, courses, excursions, transcript and health insurance included).
Accommodation package: 7,000 euros for one year; 3,500 euros for one semester.