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Updated on: 08/02/2023
Make sure to check the application, admission and enrolment procedures for the first year of a Master programme.
If you hold, or are working on, a French Bachelor (licence) degree or another French diploma giving you access to a Master programme, starting March 2023, you will be required to use France's new nationwide application platform Mon Master to apply for the first year of a national Master degree programme.
During the application phase, you may submit up to 15 applications.
Using the Mon Master application platform is NOT required for applicants who are:
Applications for certain University of Bordeaux degree programmes are not covered by and CANNOT be made via the Mon Master platform.
If you graduated with a French Bachelor degree (DNL) in one of the last three academic years and if you have not been admitted to a Master degree programme for the start of the 2023 academic year, you may submit an appeal (known as a saisine) to the head of your Regional Education Authority (Recteur d'Académie).
To contact the Regional Education Authority (Rectorat) via the online service, visit the www.monmaster.gouv.fr website and click on "Je suis accompagné.e". You have 15 days as from the date:
Nevertheless, if you received the latest refusal and graduated with a DNL prior to the opening date of the online service, you have a 15-day period from that date to make your appeal.
A decree indicating the conditions for making an appeal (saisine) to the Education Authority (Rectorat) for the 2023-2024 academic year will be published shortly.
If you have been admitted to the University of Bordeaux, you can now proceed with your registration.
All first-time students accepted for study in a higher education institution must obtain a CVEC receipt of payment (for the student and campus life contribution) or proof of exemption (scholarship students) before registering in their relevant institution.
You are registering at the University of Bordeaux for the first time:
You are re-registering at the University of Bordeaux
You have been admitted to the first year of a Master programme on the main list:
Payment is made online with a credit card in one or three instalments.
Please note permission to image rights and access to personal data (in French) is requested if you are registering at the University for the first time. Permission must be granted for an Aquipass card.
If you are registering for the first time at the University of Bordeaux, you need to activate your digital ID (IDNUM) to log into the University's digital services.
Once your administrative registration has been validated, your administrative documents will be available on your digital work environment. To get your student ID card, refer to the instructions given for each training course or degree programme.
As soon as you are registered administratively as a student at the University of Bordeaux, you need to proceed with your academic registration: choose your options, register in tutorials or practical/lab work, etc.
Please refer to the instructions given to you for each programme or course.