* If the student is in his/her last year, the Diploma will be provided once graduated (English or French are the only accepted language).
** IUM School report code for TOEFL is 9074.
*** Students that are Native English Speakers, lived in an English speaking country of studied in English do not have to provide the test.
Candidates that do not provide one of the above proofs of English proficiency are required to undertake an IUM English Entry Interview (a telephone or Skype interview may be arranged for international applicants). If eligible for admission, these candidates may be asked to sit the IUM English Test immediately prior to the beginning of the program. Students who do not reach the English entry level requirement but are close to such level will be placed in the intensive English track in their first term of studies.
As the University's mission reflects its commitment to maintaining a multicultural balance and other forms of diversity within its student body, the general entry requirements may not reflect the individual minimum standards set for applicants from differing educational systems and geographic areas. Whenever possible the University seeks to establish requirements which are accessible and realistic given the country of origin of the applicant.
An example would be an applicant's reasonable access to testing centers if standardized test are required or the requirement of transcripts and grades when an educational system issues only exam results.
From now on, admissions occur on a rolling basis.
You can submit your application at any time until September 2nd, 2016.
Applications will be reviewed within ten days by the Admissions Committee.
For more information, feel free to contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications received after the admissions deadlines posted are considered on a space available basis only and require the permission of the Department head.