International students

Degree Seeking Students

You are an international student and you wish to study at Toulouse School of Management outside of an exchange programme? Learn more about what you can study, the academic calendar, and the tuition and fees.


Academic Calendar

The academic year at the university is split between two semesters: the first semester runs from September to December, and the second one from January to July. There is only one intake each year in September so students need to apply to the entire year, from September to July.

View the detailed academic calendar.



Apply to a TSM Programme

Bachelor year 1 in Management

The Bachelor year 1 in Management corresponds in French to a Licence 1 Gestion, sometimes abbreviated L1 Gestion.

  1. This programme is taught entirely in French and is only accessible to students holding a French or European Baccalaureate.
  2. Learn more about the courses description and requirements for this programme.
  3. Apply online on the Parcoursup platform

Next application round:

  • January 18 to April 6, 2023 for an intake in September 2023.

Bachelor of Science in Global Management 1

  1. This programme is taught entirely in English and is accessible to students holding a French or European Baccalaureate or a high school diploma equal to the highest level of secondary education.
  2. Learn more about the courses description and requirements for this programme.
  3. Apply online on the Parcoursup platform for French or European Baccalaureate or eCandidatures for international students.

Next application round:

  • January 18 to April 6, 2023 for an intake in September 2023.


Bachelor year 3, Master's and Doctoral Programmes

The Bachelor year 3 corresponds in French to a Licence 3, abbreviated L3.

  1. Find out more about TSM's Bachelor programme, Master's programme, or Doctoral Programme as well as the documents and requirements needed to apply.
  2. Go on each programme page during the application period and apply through the online platform indicated.
  3. If you reside in one of theses countries, you will need to separetely submit an application on "Etudes en France". For a fee, this platform manages all of the enrolment procedures for an institute of higher education up until the visa request. Students can file their enrolment applications, talk with the Campus France space for their country and communicate with the institute they wish to enrol in. Learn more.

If you missed the deadline for Etudes en France you can still apply to TSM. Once you have received your TSM acceptance letter (typically delivered in June), contact the French embassy from your country and apply for a student visa. You can also contact directly your local Campus France chapter.

Next application rounds:

  • Bachelors and Masters : 
    Application dates can vary depending on the programme. Please visit each programme description to learn more.
  • Doctoral Programme:
    • • Round 1:
      → Application period: from January 3 to January 23, 2023
      → Publication of eligibility results on February 2, 2023 
      → Admission/interview phase: February 6 to 17, 2023 
      → Publication of admission results: February 23, 2023
      → Candidates' responses : until February 27, 2023
    • • Round 2:
      → Application period: from March 1 to April 3 rd, 2023
      → Publication of eligibility results: May 25, 2023
      → Admission/interview phase: May 30 to June 9, 2023
      → Publication of admission results: June 19, 2023
      → Candidates' responses: June 22nd, 2023



Tuition and Scholarships

Tuition and Fees

The tuition and fees at TSM depend primarily on your country of origin (European or non-European student) and whether the programme you are applying for is taught in English or in French. They are other factors that impact how much tuition and fees you will pay. Visit our dedicated Tuition and Fees page to learn more.



Toulouse School of Management does not offer scholarships, however international students can benefit from tuition and fees exemptions based on their country of origin, their income, or their grades.

There are also a lot of scholarships offered to international students by various French agencies, public institutions, NGOs, foundations, or regional organisations. Below are some resources to guide you: 

  • Campus Bourses : directory of all grants delivered by France and foreign countries, local authorities, companies, foundations and higher education institutions. Filter your search by nationality, field and level of study to find the grants that match your profile.
  • Bourse Eiffel : a merit-based grant offered to international students by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It is available to foreign students who wish to study in France for a Master's degree or a PhD.
  • Erasmus + : a European Union programme that supports education, training, youth and sport and aims to give students and trainees the opportunity to spend time abroad to enhance their skills and increase their employability. Erasmus Mundus is a study programme that provides scholarships to the best students in the world, for one or two years, in any field.
  • Finance your studies in France, by the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.


If you have any questions or need more information, check our F.A.Q.

If you wish to study at TSM as an exchange student, please go to the page Exchange Students.


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