Admission & Funding for the Master of Science (MSc) in Wine & Hospitality Management
Studies level – required diploma:
Long Track: 3 years of higher education "Bac+3" validated by a diploma or an equivalent of 180 ECTS credits.
Short Track: 4 years of higher education "M1" validated, or an International Bachelor's degree (Bac+4), or an equivalent of 240 ECTS credits.
Exception for students holding a "Bac+3" degree or equivalent, where the quality of the course or professional experience guarantees the excellence of the course.
Level of English required for admission to the specialisation course: IELTS 7 / IBT 100 (candidates with at least 1 year of studies or professional experience in an English-speaking country are exempted).
For admission to the preparation course, the level of English is recommended but not mandatory. It will have to be validated to enter the 2nd year.
The selection period for the 2021 academic year runs from October 2021 to September 2022. The selection period will be closed as soon as the programme has reached its quota of new students for the beginning of the school year. It is therefore preferable to apply as early as possible during the selection period.
How to apply ?
At KEDGE, we strongly believe that students shouldn’t abandon their education projects because of funding problems.
This is why we have launched a financial support plan aimed specifically at helping international students:
- Early Birds: students applying before February 28, 2022 will automatically be granted an Early Bird discount of 10%.
- Academic level: we also offer a range of cumulative scholarships based on the candidate's academic level in order to support the high-profile candidates: Achievement scholarship (€2,000) and Academic Excellence (€4,000).