For state diplomas, registration fees are set each year at the beginning of July by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and published in the "Bulletin Officiel".
The fees may vary depending on the programme and the country. This information is specified on the page for each course in the "Fees" tab.
The registrations take place between the months of July and September, depending on your program, once your admission is confirmed.
As long as an applicant for apprenticeship from outside the EU has a valid residence permit in France, they are entitled to obtain a work permit for an apprenticeship contract (or a professionalisation contract).
This authorisation must be requested from the Foreign Labor Department (Service de main d'œuvre étrangère) of the Direccte (Regional Directorate for Enterprises, Competition, Consumer Affairs, Labor, and Employment) office responsible for the apprenticeship contract (or professionalisation contract).
Plesae note : students of Algerian nationality must be in possession of an Algerian student resident certificate and apply for an APT for work-study and professionalisation contracts.
If you would like to know:
you can consult the information sheet for the programme you are interested in.
Non-French-speaking candidates who wish to access a programme entirely or partially in French must provide proof of their proficiency in French according to the CEFR [Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or through certifications such as DELF, DALF, or TCF.
For certain programmes, an English language certification is required. Please refer to the list below:
> List of accpeted English language certifications
The certification must be valid at the time of application!
For technical reasons, the application's reference database is down from 00:55 to 1:45 (UTC+01:00).
No, once the application is submitted, it is not possible to submit any additional documents.
No, no test (SCORE IAE MESSAGE, TAGE 2, TAGE MAGE) is required to apply for TSM programmes.
The result publication dates are specified in the information sheet of each each programme program, directly in the "Admission." section.
Please note that your final admission is subject to obtaining the required diploma for the desired programme.
The request for a gap year is made during the application campaign.
The gap year project is presented in the motivation letter, which is part of the application file for the desired programme.
The application file is reviewed by the relevant pedagogical commission of the programme concerned, which provides an opinion.
Conditions for the gap year
To be authorised to register for a gap year in year N+1:
No. TSM never communicates rankings whether by email, phone, or in person.
To apply, in addition to the TSM procedure, candidates dependent on Campus France must follow the "Études en France" procedure.
On the page of each programme, it is specified how to apply.
Please note that "Études en France" has become the reference procedure for non-EU countries. Students living in one of these 68 countries must use the "Études en France" platform to apply to a higher education institution.
It is a single online service for all procedures: from registering with a higher education institution to applying for a visa. All you need to do is create a personal electronic file and follow the instructions.
The academic year begins in September. There is only one academic year in September. There is no new academic year in January.
The academic year is divided into two semesters: the first semester from September to December, and the second semester from January to July. Find the 2023-2024 academic calendar on the l'UT Capitole website.
The Études en France procedure is an additional application procedure requested by Campus France. This platform enables you to manage all the steps involved in registering with a higher education institution, right up to the visa application. You can submit your enrolment applications, communicate with the Campus France office in your country and contact the institutions in which you wish to enrol. You will be asked to pay a fee for this support service.
The following French tests are accepted:
The certification must be valid at the time the application is submitted.
If you have missed the deadline on Études en France / Campus France, you can still apply to TSM. Once you have your TSM acceptance letter (issued in June), you will need to contact the French embassy in your country to obtain the visa that will allow you to study in France.
You can also contact your local Campus France office.
There are no admission fees on eCandidatures.
To find out the recommended or required level, consult the page for the programme you are interested in. This information is given on the pages of each programme.
Toulouse Capitole University offers courses for students wishing to improve their French: courses, workshops, level tests, etc.
Go to Cours de Français Langue Étrangère to find out more!
No. Once the application has been submitted, no additional documents can be sent. All documents must be submitted on the application platform.