M1 2024 applications: master’s entry procedure and timetable – updated January 2024 – english version

Since last year, French and European students** must  apply for via the national Trouver-Mon-Master platform.

Full details and access: here

Note: In 2024, « a complementary phase will be introduced, following a main phase. Candidates will be authorized to make 15 wishes in the main phase (applications counted at the « mention » level) and 10 wishes in the complementary phase for conventional training as well as for work-study training.

Candidates will only be authorized to keep a single admission offer, whether for non-standard or sandwich courses ».

« Trouver-Mon-Master » 2024 application timetable:

– January 29, 2024: publication of the training offer opening in September 2024
– February 26 to March 24: application phase for initial or work-study courses.
– April 2 to May 28: application review phase (work-study courses may publish the list of candidates as soon as they are ready to do so, and before May 28).
– Tuesday June 4 to Monday June 24: main admission phase
– June 25 to July 31, 2024: complementary phase
*June 25 to June 30: application phase and ranking of applications still on the waiting list, for
list, to manage withdrawals
*July 1 to July 12: review of applications
*July 15 to July 31: Admission phase
Applicants who have definitively accepted a proposal during the main phase will not be eligible for the complementary phase, as the purpose of this phase is to enable programs that still have places available to offer them for recruitment.

At the end of the complementary phase, all provisionally accepted admission proposals will become final.

The procedure for referring applications to the rector will begin on July 15, particularly for applicants who have received
no offers in the main phase and only refusals in the complementary phase.


**Applications from non-European  students can be made via Campus France here.

See also Faculty of Science – coming to study outside an exchange program


  • in M1 Eco-EPI : 22 for French or European new incoming students – 25 in total including re-registrations and non-EU new incoming students (depending on Campus France applications)
  • in M1 Eco-EPIED : 3 for French or European new incoming students – 5 in total including re-registrations and non -UEnew incoming students  (depending on Campus France applications).

In total, the M1 intake capacity is 25 French or European new incoming students  and 30 in total, including re-registartions  and new incoming students from outside the EU.


In all cases

  • quality of previous studies
  • mandatory minimum prerequisites (including professional or extra-academic experience in one of the course’s key areas)
  • maturity of the project and  coherence between  the applied training  (its integrative objectives, content, methods) and the professional project

will be important aspects examined by the committee.


A distance interview may be requested.