Applying for Master programmes

How to apply

Université Paris-Saclay master's programmes have a limited capacity and are therefore selective.

To apply:

  1. Fill in your application on the university's application platform
  2. Examination of your application by the jury of the selected master
  3. The response will be by email (to the email address indicated on your application).
     

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All candidates currently enrolled in M1 at Paris Saclay University must attach the following document completed to their online application :

Application calendar

Each master has an opening date and a closing date for application. Outside these dates, it is not possible to apply. These dates can be found on the master's page.

 

Useful information

Questions frequently asked

International students

International applicants who have not been enrolled in a higher education institution in France over the last two academic years (2018-2019 or 2019-2020) must provide the contact details of two academic references (lecturer, professor, tutor, internship supervisor, etc.) with their application.

Students concerned by the CEF online procedure

International candidates concerned by the CEF online procedure, must apply through the Université Paris-Saclay website.

Once an admission approval for a Université Paris-Saclay Master is received, the candidate must create an account on the French portal "Etudes en France" and complete their files from the tab "Je suis accepté" or "I am accepted", by following the procedure below:

The full list of nationalities covered is available on this link: https://pastel.diplomatie.gouv.fr/etudesenfrance.

 

Exemption resolution for new non-EU UPSaclay students in 2020-2021

In keeping with the resolution voted by its executive board, dated April 17, 2019, Université Paris-Saclay is intent on developing a proactive policy to attract national, EU and non-EU students. As such, for the 2020-2021 academic year, successful candidates affected by the decree and order relating to tuition fees in higher education institutions falling within the jurisdiction of the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, will need to pay the same tuition fees as that of national students without having to make any explicit appeal to this end. Partial exemption will be enforced throughout the duration of their studies at Université Paris-Saclay, except in the case of repetition, where a commission will adjudicate on maintaining such exemption.