Application FAQ

 

TSM offers degrees in the field of management:

  • Bachelor, Master, Doctoral programmes
  • Professional Bachelor
  • the DSCG (Diplôme Supérieur de Comptabilité et Gestion), a national accounting examination training
  • Certificate programmes (Diplôme universitaire)

 

  • Via the Parcoursup platform
  • Via eCandidatures platform
  • Via Mon Master platform
  • International students: apply in parallel on Etudes en France
  • On TSM's partners websites

For the procedure to follow, please read the description of the programmes that interest you.

 

 

No entrance exam tests (such as the SCORE IAE MESSAGE, TAGE 2, TAGE MAGE) are required to apply to any of the TSM programmes.

 

 

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 a certificate.
List of the English language certificates accepted.

 

 

Please refer to the "Admission" tab of each programme page to view the documents and conditions required to apply to TSM.

 

 

Applicants residing in one of the following countries at the time of application must follow the Études en France in addition to the TSM application procedure.

 

 

The request for a gap year is made during the application campaign.
The gap year project is presented in the letter of motivation, which is part of the application file for a specific program.
The application file is studied by the relevant pedagogical committee of the program in question, which issues an opinion.

Conditions of the gap year:
To be authorized to register for the year N+1 in the gap year:

  • the gap year project must have received a favorable opinion from the pedagogical commission,
  • the student must have validated his/her year N,
  • the student must have been accepted to register for the higher level diploma targeted for year N+1.

 

Tuition and fees for public universities (from which TSM depends) is set every year at the beginning of July by law.

If you are a student in an exchange programme, the tuition you pay for your year or semester at TSM is the one from your university. You can learn more here.

See Tuitions and Fees at TSM

Payment is done via an online platform called eCandidatures.

 

 

If an apprenticeship applicant from outside the EU has a legal residence permit for France, he or she may, by right, be granted a work permit for an apprenticeship (or professionalisation) contract.

This authorisation must be requested from the foreign labour department of the Direccte on whose territory the apprenticeship (or professionalisation) contract is to be performed.

Please note: students of Algerian nationality must be in possession of an Algerian student residence certificate and apply for an APT for professionalisation and apprenticeship contracts.

 

 

The link can be found on the Eye icon once you're logged in on eCandidatures in the list of documents to be provided:

 

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A dedicated eCandidatures FAQ is available for applicants at: https://v2-ecandidatures-tsm.ut-capitole.fr/ecandidat-V2/#!assistanceView

You can also access video tutorials.

Note that for technical reasons, the platform is unaccessible for maintenance every day between 00:55am and 01:45am (UTC+01:00).

For any questions, please email assistance@tsm-education.fr

 

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It is not possible to send additional documents once the application deadline has passed.

 

 

Admissions results dates are on eCandidatures.

Note that you must get your diploma/degree that you're currenly studying for during the time of your application to be admitted to TSM.

 

 

We do not communicate this information.

 

 

See the Application Area.

Application dates may vary, for most up to date information, please refer to the Programme Descriptions.

 

 

Registrations take place between July and September depending on your course and once your admission has been confirmed. They take place in person at TSM : Application area.