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IMT-BS Application process


For incoming exchange students

Institut Mines-Télécom Business School welcomes you to study with us for a semester or two as an exchange student!

If you are interested in a student exchange at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, you should start by contacting the International Office at your home university as you have to be officially nominated for a student exchange.

Exchange students do not pay any tuition fees for their studies. Studies completed at IMT-BS will be transferred to your home university degree, but remember to discuss the credit transfer with your home institution first.

Please see IMT-BS institutional partnership global network to find out if your university has a bilateral agreement with Institut Mines-Télécom Business School.

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Nomination by your home institution

You must first apply through your home university. No nomination is needed for placement (Study Abroad).

Nomination deadlines :

– Fall Semester : 15 April

– Spring Semester : 15 October

Online Application

Please fill and submit the Online Application form when you have collected all the required documents. Application for Fall Semester 2019 begins in March, when the course offer is completed.


Start applying on September 1, 2019

Registered students

Technical support

 Please find for you convenience the ONLINE APPLICATION GUIDE (PDF) which would assist your with online application.

For technical support and Mobility-Online related questions, please refer to

Registration online and personal data

 You should register yourself within Mobility-Online application portal and create your personal account. Complete your personal data. After you have filled in and submitted the application form, you will automatically receive a request to complete your application with the required documents.

Application required enclosures

Gather and upload all required application documents on the online platform within Mobility-Online account:
  • Valid copy of the identification document (copy of passport for non-EU citizens or valid residence card from host EU country)
  • Biometric photo
  • Personal statement (motivation letter)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Official academic transcript for two previous semesters + list of courses from current semester
  • English language proficiency certificate from your Home institution’s English Department or an official English Language certificate  Or a language certificate signed by a teacher of the English language at your home institution / International Coordinator
  • French language certificate from your Home institution’s French Department or an official French Language certificate (TCF, DELF or DALF)  (if you are applying for a study program or courses in French)
  • Learning Agreement with selected courses

Learning Agreement and courses in English

 If your home university doesn’t provide any form for Learning Agreement, use the following forms:

Once you have made your course choices, you would need to establish a Learning Agreement. The Learning Agreement should be signed by 2 parties: yourself and the responsible person at your home university.

Upload the completed and signed by two parties Learning Agreement directly into your account MobilityOnline.

Submission for verification

After you have completed the requested steps within your Mobility-Online account, you will still need to send your application for verification to Inbound Students Mobility Department.


Acceptance information is available about 4 weeks after the application deadline.
– Students admitted for the 1st semester will receive confirmation of their admission by email in early July
– Students admitted for the 2nd semester will receive confirmation of their admission by email in early December.
International Exchange Coordinator will upload Admission Letter and Certificate of Accommodation directly into your Mobility-Account.
Students needing a visa will receive the originals by post.


Language requirements

The required level of knowledge of English at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is B2 on Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

No proof of knowledge of English is required if you have taken:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States, excluding online degrees, with having stayed in the respective country when studying for the Bachelor’s degree
  • Secondary education in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States.


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Fall Semester 2019 and full academic year 2019-2020 :

May 30th 2019

Spring Semester 2018-2019 :

November 30th 2019





Mrs. Perrine CEZARD 

International Development and Inbound Mobility Manager

+33 (1) 60 76 46 79


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