UK-based and international students application procedure
If you are studying A-Levels or you are in an international education system, studying the International Baccalaureat (IB) or another high school/secondary school diploma, you need to apply using our UK Application Procedure (online form).
Our application process for 2021/22 intake is now closed. The first window has closed on 8 April 2021 and the second window has closed on 20 June 2021.
Shortlisted candidates may be invited for an interview. Dauphine London - PSL will accommodate on-campus or online interviews based on a candidate's individual circumstances. Candidates who have been interviewed will be told whether their application has been successful by 27 May 2021 (first window) or by early-July (second window). Enrolment for the 2021/22 academic year will take place in July.
Application windows for 2022/23 will be confirmed as soon as they are voted.
FOR APPLICANTS APPLYING TO OTHER UK UNIVERSITIES: please note that all offers given by Dauphine London are 'unconditional' and can be made in addition to your five UCAS choices.
Parcoursup application procedure
Our application process for 2021/22 intake is now closed.
If you are preparing for or hold the French Baccalaureat (either in France, or in a 'Lycée Francais À L'Etranger'), you need to apply online through Parcoursup. For further information please check Parcoursup.
Application dates for 2022/23 will be confirmed as soon as they are known.
English Language Requirements
Please remember that if you are an international applicant and you require a visa to study in the UK, the UK Visa and Immigration Authority (UKVI) requires evidence of a minimum knowledge of English. You will need to show evidence of Common European Framework B2 level during your visa application. You must prove this by passing a Secure English Language test from an approved provider, or showing that you have an English qualification gained at a UK school when under 18. You do not need to prove your knowledge of English if you are from certain countries as specified by UKVI, however you will still need to meet the English language requirements as specified for your course. Details of exempt countries and further information can be found on the UKVI website.