The Spring Intake at Paris School of Business

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The Spring Intake at Paris School of Business
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22
October
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You are determined to study in Paris and you simply can’t wait? What if you didn’t have to?

The Spring intake gives international students the possibility to join Paris School of Business in January. So … ready to pack your bags?

Intakes in France: Fall intake & Spring intake

“What are the Fall intake and the Spring intake?”, you may wonder. 

In some higher education institutions, the school year is divided into two seasons and students are free to start classes either in September (for the Fall intake) or in January (for the Spring intake). 

In France, however, most universities/schools only welcome new students once a year, in September. Meaning that if you haven’t applied in time, you will therefore very likely have to wait for an entire year in order to apply for the following academic year, in September. 

That being said, a small number of institutions – such as Paris School of Business – are offering a Spring intake and therefore giving students the possibility to enroll in January. 

Why join Paris School of Business for the Spring intake?

You’ve missed the application deadlines for the Fall intake? You’ve started a program that you’re not crazy about and you’re craving for change? You’ve just decided to come study in Paris and you simply can’t wait?

Good news: admissions are open in Paris School of Business for the Spring season (the Spring intake’s in January). 

The advantages are endless:

 You won’t have to wait for an entire year in order to apply to a business school in Paris;

 Your classes will be condensed and the school year will end in July, giving you the possibility to start the following academic year in the Fall season (for BBAs) or to graduate in the summer (for MScs);

 You will join a small class of students who all share the same interest in management and who’ve all applied to Paris School of Business for the Spring intake, just like you. 

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Fall intake vs. Spring intake in Paris School of Business

While students joining Paris School of Business in Fall follow classes from September to June, the academic year is slightly more condensed for students joining in the Spring semester, with classes starting in January and ending in July. 

Does it mean that the diploma differs whether you start classes in the Fall semester or in the Spring semester? No, it doesn’t! While the schedule is more tightly packed for students applying for the Spring intake, the curriculum remains the same. 

The main difference therefore resides in the work pace. The Spring semester is indeed somewhat more intense. But not to worry: the rhythm is perfectly manageable just as long as you remain serious and diligent! 

Paris School of Business’s international programs

Paris is an economic, artistic and cultural hub. It is therefore no wonder that the French capital keeps attracting international students from every corner of the world. 

In order to provide them with the best training courses possible, Paris School of Business has designed higher education programs taught in English and specifically engineered for international students interested in studying in Paris.

Bachelor’s level programme in France: Paris School of Business’s BBA

A BBA (Bachelor in Business Administration) is a 3-year undergraduate degree designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company and their interconnection, while also allowing specialisation in a particular area.

Paris School of Business’s BBA is specifically designed for international students looking to discover the world of business while studying in Paris, and interested in putting their skills into practice through a hands-on learning approach (business games, professional projects, meetings with experts and company visits).

Paris School of Business’s BBA lasts for a total of three years (majors are picked in the third year). Students that have applied for the Spring intake during year 1 will be able to start the second year in September. 

Click here to find out more about our BBA.

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Master’s level programme in France: Paris School of Business’s MSc (Master of Science)

A Master of Science (or MSc for short) is a degree awarded at universities around the world for completion of graduate-level study.

Paris School of Business offers a wide selection of MScs, which will no doubt meet the needs and expectations of most international students coming to study in Paris: 

 Arts & Cultural Management

 Hospitality & Tourism Management

 International Finance

 International Management

 International Marketing & Business Development

 Luxury & Fashion Management

 Marketing Strategy & Date Analytics

 Purchasing & Supply Chain Management


Students that have applied for the Spring intake will graduate in July. Click here to find out more about our MScs. 

How to apply for the Spring intake at Paris School of Business?

Ready to apply for the Spring intake at Paris School of Business? We couldn’t be more excited!

Paris in the time of Covid

While Covid is not ancient history quite yet, the darkest hours of the pandemic are thankfully well over and daily life in Paris has (almost) gone back to normal. 

People are asked to respect social distancing measures and wear a face mask in public spaces as well as provide their “pass sanitaire” (medical passport attesting that the holder has received two injections) in order to go to bars and restaurants, visit museums, go to the movies…. But other than that, no restrictions are currently in place.  

As for students, in-person classes as well as extracurricular activities (associations…) and events (orientation retreats…) have finally resumed!

At this time, the vast majority of the French population has received the vaccine. So seize your chance to come and study in France!

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You’re not sure a full-length programme is the right fit for you, Spring intake or not?

Check out our short programmes (2 weeks in Paris in the summer or the winter time)!

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