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France

This page contains useful information for students from France.  If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please get in touch.

Undergraduate Entry Requirements

The University’s standard academic requirements are shown below.  Please note that your final offer from the University might be different and these requirements should only be used as a guideline.  

For entry onto a Bachelor degree BA/BSc

  • Baccalauréat Général with grade of 14 or above (120 UCAS tariff courses) or 15 for higher tariff courses
  • Baccalauréat Technologique with grade of 12 or above
  • Option Internationale du Baccalauréat with grade of 12 or above

Postgraduate Entry Requirements

The University’s standard academic requirements are shown below.  Please note that your final offer from the University might be different and these requirements should only be used as a guideline.  

For entry onto a Masters degree MA/MSc

  • Licence degree with grade 12.

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Events for International Students

To find out more events for international students, please view our International Events page.

To get more information, contact: eurecruitment@northumbria.ac.uk

Country Representatives

Students can apply to Northumbria University with or without the support of an agent, each application is considered equally irrespective of their involvement.

Northumbria has developed relationships with a number of agents across Europe, each of which are provided with course literature and regular updates about the university and the programmes it offers.

The list below identifies our approved agents in France:

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