Applying to Paris-Dauphine

Whether you are applying to Université Paris-Dauphine for the first time or registering as a returning student, click below for detailed information on how to proceed for applications and registration.

1) Applying

Applying to a first-year a Bachelor's program

There are 3 different admissions procedures depending on where you went to high school and what type of Baccalaureate you passed:

You passed your Baccalaureate in or prior 2017


You have a French Baccalauréat
(standard or with the international option)


You attended a French lycée, in France or one of the French overseas departments or territories, or a Lycée Français à l'étranger

(separate from the standard APB system)

From February 26th to April 06th 2018
You have a foreign Baccalaureate from outside the European Union, the European Economic Area or Switzerland

Request for authorization to apply

Pre-registration from November 15th 2017 to January 22st 2018

- You are French citizen of an EU country with a foreign baccalaureate
You have a European (EB) or international Baccalaureate (IB)
You have a DAEU A or a DAEU B
- Your parent or parents are diplomats and are (or will be) posted in Paris for 2017-2018 academic year
- You are officially considered a refugee or stateless student
(in possession of OFPRA card)

Through the Dauphine Registar's Office
(Scolarité Centrale)

From March 26th to April 20th 2018

Applying to a 2nd or 3rd year Bachelor's program

Applying to a Magistère Multidisciplinary program (Bac+2)

Applying to a Master's program

Applying to a Dauphine University Diploma, Executive MBA or Executive Master's program

Applying to the Dauphine Doctoral School

For detailed information, go to the EDD - Dauphine Doctoral School webpage or visit the EDD - Dauphine Doctoral School web site

Applying to Executive and Continuing Education

Visit the Executive and Continuing Education web site for complete application guidelines and procedures as well as our course offering:

Applying to a Non-Degree Programs (Certification programs and Preparation for Civil Service Entrance Exams)