If your institution does not have a specific agreement with the school, it is still possible to come and study at Chimie ParisTech - PSL for a degree programme via the different routes below. For this, it is necessary to have already graduated from your home institution upon arrival in France.

For all degree programmes, the school has a tiered fee policy. The registration fees are normally €3,770 per year for students who do not already hold a French degree.

Those fees are halved if you are a holder of a public or private foundation scholarship or any other international scholarship.

This policy applies to all the routes described below.

The ParisTech International Admission Programme

The ParisTech international programme allows students to be selected for a degree programme at Chimie ParisTech - PSL. Students enter the 2nd year of engineering and spend 2 years of studies.

All students from all over the world can apply except those from one of ParisTech's partner countries (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, China, Russian Federation).

Go to the ParisTech website to find out more about the application process.

If your university is a partner of Chimie ParisTech - PSL for a double degree, this path is not open to you.


The GEI-UNIV university admission process is open if you are in your last year of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent. This procedure enables students to apply to about ten engineering schools.

For more information, visit the GEI-UNIV website

Qualifying admission – “admission sur titre”

Qualifying admission is a procedure specific to the school and is open to all national and international students.

Through this process you can enter the first year of engineering (if you are in your last year of a Bachelor's degree) or the second year of engineering (if you are already in the first year of a Master's degree). An excellent knowledge of French is required for admission in the first year of engineering.

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