Application and registration
What programmes does TSM offer?
- Bachelor, Master, Doctoral Programmes
- Professional Bachelor
- DCG, DSCG (national accounting examination training)
- Master 2 programmes
- Certificate programme (Diplôme universitaire)
How to join TSM?
- Via the Parcoursup platform
- Via eCandidatures platform
- On our partners' websites
For the procedure to follow, please consult the description of the programme that interests you.
Do I need to pass an entrance exam in order to apply for TSM (SCORE IAE MESSAGE, TAGE 2, TAGE MAGE)?
No. These exams are no longer a requirement.
What are the language requirements to study at TSM?
Non-French speaking applicants for a programme totally or partly taught in French must demonstrate evidence of their CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French level with one of the following certificates: DELF, DALF or TCF.
For English-taught courses and programmes, non-English speaking applicants must demonstrate evidence of their CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) English level with one of the following certificates: TOEFL (ITP not accepted), TOEIC (Bridge not accepted), Cambridge First Certificate, Cambridge Advanced Certificate, Cambridge Proficiency Certificate or IELTS (Academic).
The certificate must be valid at the time of the application submission.
For the recommended or required level, please consult the description of the programme that interests you.
What are TSM admission criteria?
Please consult the description of each programme to review their application requirements (within the "Admission" section).
I am applying from a foreign country, what additional steps should I take?
Non-EU applicants living in one of the following countries and regions at the time of the application must follow the Studying in France procedure in addition to the TSM application procedure: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, the Comoros, the Republic of Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, the United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam.
What are the registration fees for international students?
Can a young foreign national obtain an apprenticeship (or professionalisation) contract?
If an applicant from outside the EU has a legal residence permit in France, he or she may be granted a work permit for an apprenticeship contract (or professionalisation).
This permit must be requested from the Foreign Labour Department of the Direccte on which the site of the apprenticeship (or professionalisation) contract is to be executed.
How to pay the application fees?
Payment will be made via an online platform.
I cannot find the link to the application fees payment platform. What should I do?
You can access the application fees payment platform by clicking on the eye pictogram in the list of the supporting documents for your application:
I'm having trouble with the eCandidatures platform. What should I do?
A dedicated FAQ for the eCandidatures platform is available at: https://v2-ecandidatures-tsm.ut-capitole.fr/ecandidat-V2/#!assistanceView
For any other question, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The eCandidatures application does not respond. What should I do?
For technical reasons, the reference database of the application is cut off from 00:55 to 2:00 (UTC+01:00).
Can I send additional documents after the deadline for applications?
No. Once your application is submitted, no other submission is possible.
When will the admission results be published?
The publication dates of the admission results are visible in your eCandidatures space.
If I am on the waiting list, can I know what my ranking is?
No, the student ranking on the waiting list is never communicated to students, be that by email, telephone, or even in person.
When are registrations taking place?
The dates will be communicated later.
Please note that your definitive admission is conditioned by the obtention of the diploma giving access to the chosen programme.
How much is the TSM student registration fee?
For state degrees, registration fees are set each year in early July by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and published in the Official Bulletin.
If you have any questions about international student fees, please click on this link.
Check out this site for 2019 fees (in French)
For certificate programmes (Diplôme universitaire), fees are voted by the University's Board.