Master’s Admission Process 2017-07-19T13:45:13+00:00

The admissions process is ongoing at ESEI International Business School and we are receiving applications during the whole year. However, you should begin the admission process as early as possible given that the number of places on ESEI program is limited. Admission to ESEI is based on academic ability and potential for success. Academic ability is evaluated by the applicant’s past academic performance, recommendations and statement of purpose.

DOCUMENTATION

Academic Transcripts

Certified copy of official secondary school academic transcript(s) together with an official English language translation*

We accept a range of qualifications from all over the world for acceptance to ESEI. In order to be considered for admission to ESEI, the student must have an academic record from an accredited secondary school that clearly demonstrates both his/her ability and motivation. Applicants must have fulfilled graduation requirements and have a minimum grade average of 60%. There are no prerequisite subjects.

*The official English language translation of the transcript (an official record listing the courses taken and the grades achieved by a student) must bear the stamp and signature of an translation professional or of an authorized university official. The stamp and signature must appear on each page, and a statement of authenticity must be included on the last page.

Proof of English Proficiency

It is crucial that the applicant be able to understand, read, write, and speak English fluently in order to fully benefit from the courses and the internships that ESEI offers. Applicants must demonstrate a level of English competence that allows them to actively contribute to classroom discussions, interact with classmates from diverse backgrounds, and communicate effectively on written examinations, in group projects, and in oral presentations. Applicants who have not lived in a country where English is the primary language or attended an educational institution full-time where classes are taught in English for the most recent three years prior to beginning their university studies must achieve a satisfactory score on one of the English proficiency tests.

Bank reference

The applicant must send a certified bank statement. The objective is to get an indication form the bank proving the student’s or his/her sponsor’s solvency. Please request a letter from your bank, on the bank’s letterhead, addressedto ESEI. This letter should incorporate the information listed below:

  • Date account opened.
  • Average checking balance for the past 12 months.
  • Current checking and savings balance.
  • Balance of the account in euros.
  • Expiration date.

Copy of ID/Passport

A copy of your ID document or passport.

Scholarship Task

ESEI offers the opportunity for first year Bachelor students to benefit from part scholarship opportunities. To be considered for a scholarship, please complete the Scholarship Task Form available here.