Admissions

To find out the application procedure to follow if you hold a French or a foreign degree, and depending on the program level you want to apply for, please fill in the form below  (please note that applications open from November for Eiffel scholarship applicants only and from January for other foreign degree applicants).

Please read carefully the Frequently Ask Questions section, and check the deadlines before applying.

Application campaigns for the year 2019-2020

  • November 7th to 27th 2018: Eiffel Scholarship candidates (foreign applicants only): http://www.campusfrance.org/fr/eiffel
  • January 10th to February 7th 2019: applications for Master's degrees (applicants holding a foreign degree)
  • from the end of January to mid-March 2019: for applications in first year of Bachelor's degree through Parcoursup
  • May 2nd to 22nd 2019: applications for Bachelor's degrees (applicants holding a French or a foreign degree) and Master's degrees (applicants with a French degree).

Any application submitted outside recruitment campaign periods will not be reviewed.

    Application

    There is no application fees.

    Administrative registration

    For the academic year 2018-2019, the registrations fees amounted to:

    • 136 euros for a Bachelor's degree
    • 209 euros for a Master's degree
    • 34 euros for the Commun Documentation Service (payable only once for the same academic year)

    Master's degree - international track. Additional training fees of 5,500 euros apply, these fees include:

    • Project management courses and other practical courses (e.g. professional development courses in small groups)
    • Our full careers service
    • French language classes at the beginning of the year (at the end of August)
    • Mathcamp before the beginning of courses
    • A Welcome pack called ALL IN-TSE  to help you to settle in Toulouse.

    Student Social Security

    As for the academic year 2018-2019, the Student Social Security contribution (217 euros) disappear. It is replaced by a student life contribution, the "Contribution Vie Etudiante" (CVEC), amounting to 90 euros, which must be paid to the CROUS, before the administrative registration.

    All students, including scholarship holders will be issued with a certificate relating to the payment or exemption of the CVEC by the CROUS via the portal messervices.etudiant.gouv.fr

     

     

    Fee waivers and scholarships 

    Fee waivers

    Fee waiver recipients: In 2017-2018, 6 students received a fee waiver of 5,500 euros out of 6,000 euros based on academic and geographical criteria. This action is part of TSE policy and will be maintained for next recruitment campaigns.
    Please note that these fee waivers are part of the International Master program application process, therefore no specific application is needed. 

    Scholarships

    Sanofi & Analysis Group Excellence Scholarship Grant for Master’s Studies  

    Sanofi and Analysis Group offer a scholarship grant that will be awarded to one U.S. resident for his/her first and second Master’s years (2019 – 2021) at TSE.

    • Application process : The application to the grant is conditional on your admission into the 1st year of the Master’s program (please see deadlines in the dedicated section). After completing his/her application for admission to a TSE Master’s program, the applicant should send his/her grant application file by email to the following address – dean.office-tse@ut-capitole.fr (before March 1, 2019). Download the PDF document for eligibility requirements.

    UniCredit and Universities Masterscholarship
    UniCredit & Universities Foscolo Foundation offers a scholarship to a student national from one of the 15 European countries in which UniCredit Group operates with outstanding academic background and accepted in the “doctoral path” of the Master 2 in Economics (Master 2 in Economic Theory and Econometrics). http://unicreditanduniversities.eu/index.php/en/home.html

    Eiffel scholarships
    Scholarships from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs may be awarded to outstanding international students from developing countries and Eastern Europe (1,180 euros per month, for 9 to 24 months) http://www.campusfrance.org/fr/eiffel

    Candidates who wish to be supported for the Eiffel scholarship will have to apply in November through our procedure (see Deadlines).

    “Bourses d’études”

    This scholarship (also from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs) is awarded through the French Embassies channel (750 euros per month for 9 to 12 months). 

    Deadlines to apply: February to April. For more information, visit the website of the French Embassy in your country. 

    United States Department of Education: Federal loan deferment

    Regular students at Toulouse School of Economics which is part of Université Toulouse 1 Capitole (Federal school code: 04266200 for deferment only ) are eligible for the purpose of granting to an inschool deferment of repayment of Federal Family Education Program Loans and Federal Direct Student Loans.

    For more information

    Application:

    • Form to be completed (Students complete sections 1-3 of the form and the school completes section 4.)

    TSE grants (for M2 students, doctoral track only)

    Some TSE grants can be allocated to M2 students “Doctoral track” (between 5,000 euros and 8,000 euros). Please note that the allocation of grants is part of the application process for the Doctoral Program. To apply, you must send an email to the Doctoral School once you have received your admission confirmation for M2 ETE (contact: Caroline.Tejedor@ut-capitole.fr). Please attach a covering letter with the email, explaining your personal and academic background. The selection committee at the Doctoral School will meet in April or early May to review the applications and attribute TSE grants to the best candidates.

    L’association Jean-Jacques Laffont grant (for M2 only)

    L’association Jean-Jacques Laffont allocates each year one or several grants to a student originating from a developing country, and assigned according to merit (between 5000€ and 8000€).

    Application process for the Jean-Jacques Laffont grant: if you have been admitted to a Master 2, that you come from a developing country and you have an excellent application file, you may send a covering letter to the following email address before 5th April 2018: scholarship@jjlaffont.org

    Students that have been successfully accepted for an international Master’s at Toulouse School of Economics, and receives a grant from the Jean-Jacques Laffont association, to the extent of 2 students per year, will be exempt of course fees for this Master. 

    Scholarships for PhD students

    Research scholarships from the French Ministry of High Education and Research are granted to the best students coming out of the first year (Master 2 research). Beneficiaries must be 30 years or less at the time the scholarship is awarded (1,300 euros per month, for three years). Exceptionally, outstanding students not eligible for these scholarships can be offered equivalent fellowships by the TSE Program.
     

    The following documents are required for application:

    • curriculum vitae
    • cover letter
    • official transcripts
    • official diploma or certificate of achievement
    • for applicants in Master program : recommendation letters (two for Master 1 program and three for Master 2 program)

     

    If you are in the following situation, these documents are mandatory for applying:

    • applicants for Bachelor degree and Master program (standard track) : a certificate of French language (TCF C1 level required)
    • applicants for Master program applicants holding a foreign degree : Graduate Record Examination, GRE (no minima required)
    • applicants for Master program (international track) : a certificate of English language C1 level (TOEFL 90/120, IELTS 7.0 or Cambridge English Advanced Certificate C1 level required)

    Applicants are exempted of submitting any certificate of English (French) language if they are English (French) natice speaker or if they have obtained a degree (2 years minimum) at university in an English- (French-) speaking country.