This page is dedicated to our newly admitted students. Here you will be able to find all the latest information regarding our BEM Programme, specifically the registration for our 1st year of studies as well as the impact of COVID-19 on our Programme organisation.
For any of the questions you might have prior to arriving please visit our FAQs page and if you are not able to find the answers you are looking for there, feel free to contact our Programmes Administration Team at email@example.com. We would also encourage you to subscribe to our monthly newsletter which will be circulated the second week of each month. If you are interested in receiving updates from us please sign up here.
Regarding admission decision there is no right of appeal against such decision. However, if a candidate has not been selected, he/she can email requesting the reason he/she was not selected. For more information please see our Appeals and complaints policy.
As of 19 May - confirm your choice on Parcoursup (OUI définitif) or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org (international admissions), join our Newly admitted students Facebook group administered by our Student Ambassadors
8 July - complete your administrative registration online
10 September - welcome to our Welcoming programme!
14 September - start of the first semester
You will find our BEM 2020-21 calendar in your Admission Package.
The health and wellbeing of our students and staff remains our top priority. We are monitoring the situation closely and have set up a task force which is working actively on different scenarios in order to mitigate the impact the virus has on our prospective students and their plans to join us in September 2020. Our website and our FAQ will be updated accordingly, do not hesitate to consult them regularly and to contact us should have any additional queries.
You will find the latest UK Government advice here.
Dauphine London Campus has a duty of care towards all its students and will offer continuous support to ensure that they remain safe, healthy and in a state of mind that is conducive to academic study. Our Student Welfare and Wellbeing policy (see Admission package) sets out the support available, both internally and externally, to our students and details existing resources on which our students can call when difficulties arise. This policy complements our Under 18 and vulnerable adults protection and safeguarding policy (see Admission package).
The payment of the first fees instalment will be considered as the formal acceptance of the offer from the Université. CROUS students and international equivalent benefit from a bursary funding the entirety of their tuition fees upon presentation of the final decision notice for the year 2020-2021.
In addition to the bursaries available to the CROUS Fellows (and international equivalent), Paris-Dauphine London campus offers a supplementary bursaries and scholarship scheme, open to all admitted students. The bursaries and scholarships form can be found in our Admissions Package.
Applications for a bursary or scholarship from Dauphine London Campus must be made:
Further information about our tuition fees, bursaries and scholarships can be found here.
Book a campus tour in July 2020 (subject to government and health authorities guidance)
You can book a private campus tour as of now: click here
Please be sure social distancing rules will be respected during our campus tours and only essential staff members will be present.
See you soon, take care, stay safe.