Bachelor's Admission Post Bac- Entering in the 1st year

Bachelor's Admission Post Bac- Entering in the 1st year 

 

The 3rd year of study for students in the PSB Paris School of Business Post-Bac program is completely done abroad. 

 

The internationalisation strategy in the 3rd year is part of the PSB Paris School of Business Director's desire for ALL students to have the possibility of earning a fund of experience all while fully respecting our students' diverse personalities, future career plans and interest areas but also the diversity and complexity of today's world. 

 

This choice of internationalisation also involves diverse selection procedures and fee schemes which are important for our students to clearly understand.

 

This year in particular has a lot to offer academically but also personally. The expat process will allow you to discover a new culture and other ways of viewing your studies in addition to confronting new realities, your ideas and your systems of reference. This experience will not leave any of you indifferent and the "return on investment" will be measurable well beyond your 3rd year at PSB Paris School of Business.

 

General Information:

The 3rd year of study at PSB Paris School of Business is mandatorily completed abroad for Post-Bac admissions programs. 

 

In order for each student to become proficient in their language and intercultural skills, the classes are completely taught in the language of study of the host country (often in English) and in most cases, PSB Paris School of Business students take classes with students from around the world.

 

This year of study abroad is recognised and counts towards your degree. 

 

But remember, the number of openings for each destination is limited. The best applications will be given priority. 

 

Who can go

Enrolled students who entered PSB Paris School of Business in the 1st year.

When?

3rd year

Is it a requirement?

Mandatory 

What is the cost of a year abroad?

Students pay the host university tuition plus administrative fees

What are the pre-requisites?

An overall average grade between 10/20 and 15/20 (depending on the partner institution) and proof of language proficiency (IELTS and/or TOEFL, or other test for the university language of teaching).

What is the process?

Candidates who can accredit the pre-requisites may apply for up to 3 different destinations via the Internet by completing the online form and attaching the required documentation. Assignments are made based on a specific and objective scale mid-March by the international relations service. 

Where to study?      

at any of our sixty partner universities in 25 countries.

Which degree courses?

The possibility of earning a bachelor's degree from the partner university or classes for credit transfers only

Calendar

Presentation/informations : October/November/December of your 2nd year

 

Candidature : February

 

Assigment : March

 

Departure : Periods of study depend on the continent. In general, the dates are as follows:

 

Australia / New Zealand Periods of study depend on the continent. In general, the dates are as follows:
North America From August to December, then from January to May
South America From July to November, then from February to June
Asia From September to December, then from January to May
Europe From September to December, then from January to June
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