The Pass-world entrance exam is divided into 2 separate levels relating to 2 different programs: the Bachelor level and the Master level. 

Each of these 2 levels carries its own terms of eligibility, a specific program within the schools in question and adapted tests the day of the entrance exam. 

 

Here you can find information specifically aimed at students wishing to take the Bachelor program.

You are eligible for entry into the 1st year of the Bachelor in Business

program if you meet the following requirements:

 

18 years of age on December 31st of the school entry year

AND

You have completed 2 years of studies outside of France

AND

You hold or are in the process of obtaining (all academic subjects included)

 

  • Either a non-French baccalaureate;
  • Or a French baccalaureate but do not have French nationality.

You are eligible for entry into the 3rd year of the Bachelor in Business program if you meet the following requirements:

 

You have completed 2 years of studies outside of France

AND

You hold or are in the process of obtaining (all academic subjects included)

 

  • Either a non-French 2-year post-secondary diploma or 120 ECTS;
  • Or a French BTS 2-year post-secondary diploma or 120 ECTS but do not have French nationality.

 

The Bachelor in Business is a 3-year program at the end of which you will be awarded a degree equivalent to 3 years of post-secondary study by the French Ministry of Further Education, Research and Innovation.

 

3 of our member schools offer this program, with the option of entering either the 1st or 3rd year:

 

 

When registering you must choose the program teaching language: English or French.

Depending upon the language, each of the 3 schools offer specific specializations from which to choose in the final year.

The Pass-world entrance exam comprises 3 tests:

  Written English test

1st or 3rd-year entrance year

You have an IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL grade

Or

You take the Pass-world Language Test (PLT)

   Written logic test

1st-year entrance

For the French track

You have a post-secondary TAGE grade

Or

You take the Pass-world Admission Test (PAT)

3rd-year entrance

For the French track

You have a TAGE 2 grade

Or

You take the Pass-world Admission Test (PAT)

1st-year entrance

For the English track

You take the Pass-world Admission Test (PAT)

3rd-year entrance

For the English track

You take the Pass-world Admission Test (PAT)

Interview

1st and 3rd-year entrance

This is an interview with a Pass-world jury.

What is the PLT B1 and B3?

Pass-world offers you the chance to take its own 50-minute written English test, the Pass-world Language Test (PLT), in MCQ format comprising 4 possible answers (of which just 1 is correct).

 

The content is specifically tailored to Bachelor 1 (B1) or Bachelor 3 (B3) applicants and comprises 4 parts:

 

Grammar

 

You must select the answer enabling you to complete sentences with the right form

Syntactical construction

You must find the deliberate mistake from a selection of proposed errors

Vocabulary

 

You must find synonyms or pairs of terms that complete logically a series of verbal analogies

Reading comprehension

You must read a text and then answer multi-choice questions regarding the content

 

What is the PAT B1 and B3?

 

Pass-world offers you the chance to take its own written logic test, recognized by all member schools and Campus France, the Pass-world Admission Test (PAT), successful sitting of which delivers a grade certificate.

 

It comprises a management aptitude test designed for Bachelor 1 (B1) or Bachelor 3 (B3) applicants, in French or English depending on the teaching language of choice.

 

Lasting 1 hour, it is taken in MCQ format, and consisting of 4 possible answers per question (of which only 1 is correct). The test comprises 3 parts:

 

Numerical and verbal logic

Fast calculation

Graph analysis

 

What you need to know about the interview

 

All applicants, regardless of academic ability, must attend a 20-minute motivation interview designed to understand the reasons behind their decision to study in France and apply for the competitive entrance exam.

 

You will also be encouraged to devise your professional project in both the short and mid-term.

 

The oral exam is generally held following your written tests the same day or remotely via Skype, if you have submitted your logic and English test grades taken on an independent basis prior to your Pass-world registration.

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