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Admissions and Finances – Applied Bachelor

DSTI’s admission process is inclusive, offering a fair opportunity to suitable applicants. Furthermore, a range of financial assistance options are available to students.

We are accepting applications for Autumn 24 intake.

Application Deadline: 31 July 2024

Date of Commencement: 18 October 2024

Admissions for Bachelor

Eligibility

To be considered for the DSTI’s Bachelor programme, candidates must meet the following criteria:

To be considered for admission in Applied Bachelor at Data ScienceTech Institute based on secondary education and baccalaureate results, students must meet the following criteria:

In the first year (Première)

For students enrolled in the General & Technological Baccalaureate Track during their first year (Première), we require an Annual Average Grade of 12/20 or above in each of the following subjects.

  • Scientific Teaching
  • French
  • History-Geography
  • English
In the final year (Terminale)

In the final year (Terminale), we require students to have average grades of 12/20 or above at the time of application and to maintain this standard upon obtaining their baccalaureate. Additionally, a minimum of two acceptable specialisations is required in each of the following tracks.

General Track
  • Mathematics
  • Physics-Chemistry
  • Digital and Computer Sciences
  • Engineering Sciences
  • Life and Earth Sciences
Technological Track

“Sciences and Technologies of Industry and Sustainable Development (STI2D)” series

  • Physics-Chemistry and Mathematics
  • Engineering, Innovation, and Sustainable Development

 

“Sciences and Technologies of the Laboratory (STL)” series

  • Physics-Chemistry and Mathematics
  • Biochemistry-Biology

 

“Sciences and Technologies of Design and Applied Arts (STD2A)” series

  • Physics-Chemistry
  • Digital Tools and Languages

 

The Professional Baccalaureate is generally not considered suitable for admission.

We will examine applications on a case-by-case basis, looking for equivalence to the criteria mentioned for secondary education in France.

In the case of Francophone countries that have retained, in their general tracks, the old ES, L, & S series, the scientific S track (regardless of the option) will be favoured, followed by the ES track with a mathematics option.

Prospective students are required to successfully pass an admission interview to be considered for acceptance into the Bachelor programme.

Admission Process

The admission procedure for the Data ScienceTech Institute (DSTI) is a thorough process that provides a fair chance to all eligible candidates.

Step 1: Research

We recommend researching our Applied Bachelor programme to find the right fit for you. An online consultation with our team can help with your decision and provide information on tuition fees.

Step 2: Application

The application procedure is carried out via an online platform, and we will review the suitability of your application. You will be required to upload the customary registration documents, including identification papers, your CV, academic records, and a cover letter.

Step 3: Admission Interview

If your application is accepted, we will invite you for an admission interview, which will last approximately 20 minutes. During the interview, students will be questioned to verify their interest and ability to take up the courses they have applied for.

Step 4: Official Admission Decision

Upon completion of the admission process, you will be notified of your official admission decision, which may result in one of three outcomes:

This outcome is for students who have met all admission criteria without any issues.

Conditional admission is for students who may not meet one admission criteria but are given extra time by the institute to enhance a specific skill or submit required paperwork.

DSTI may reject an application if it doesn’t meet the cohort’s admission criteria. This is not personal bias. Students are encouraged to reapply after enhancing their profile.

Tuition Fees for Applied Bachelor

First-year

Second year

Third year

Fees

€ 7,600

€ 8,400*

€ 0

Apprenticeship

No

Optional

Mandatory

Fees bore by

Students/Parents

*Students/Parents/Company for apprenticeship

Company for apprenticeship

We are accepting applications for Autumn 24 intake.

Application Deadline: 31 July 2024

Date of Commencement: 18 October 2024

Financial Resources and Aid

There are multiple ways students and parents can arrange for tuition fees. Here are some of the ways one can manage their finances.

CROUS Scholarships

The French government offers need-based scholarships to students through the Centre Régional des Œuvres Universitaires et Scolaires (CROUS). These scholarships are intended to cover a portion of the student’s living expenses, including housing, meals, and healthcare.

Student Loans

French students can apply for low-interest student loans from various banks and financial institutions. These loans can cover tuition fees, living expenses, and other education-related costs.

Apprenticeship

Students in France can participate in work-study programs or apprenticeships, which allow them to work part-time while pursuing their degrees. These programs provide students with valuable work experience and a way to finance their education.

DSTI offers optional apprenticeships in the second year while in the third year, apprenticeship is mandatory.

Family Support

Many students in France receive financial support from their families to finance their education. This can take the form of a monthly allowance or a one-time payment to cover tuition fees.

Book One on One Online Meeting with DSTI

At DSTI, we provide one-on-one online meetings with prospective students. Here we answer all their questions regarding our Applied Bachelors and Applied MSc courses.

Join DSTI's Weekly Online Group Meetings (English)

At DSTI, we organize online group meetings where we share valuable information about our selection of Applied Bachelors and Applied MSc courses in data and AI.

Join DSTI's Weekly Online Group Meetings (in French)

DSTI organizes online group meetings to provide information about our range of Applied Bachelor and Applied MSc programs in data and AI.

Open House Sessions at DSTI Paris Campus

Every Wednesday from 2PM to 6PM CEST, DSTI’s Paris Campus hosts an open day for all, no appointment necessary. Inquiries regarding admission, courses or other related topics are welcomed. We are delighted to provide answers to your questions.

Tuition Fees Refund Policy

Definitions: 

Admitted applicant:

An individual who has passed all eligibility and admissibility processes and has been offered a place in a DSTI programme, becoming a student upon acceptance.

Student:

An enrolled individual who has begun their DSTI programme in any mode (on-campus/online) or rhythm (full-time, part-time, asynchronous).

Refund Terms:

A. The deposit is non-refundable under any circumstances.

B. Visa applicants must pay all tuition fees for the academic year in advance to receive an admission letter and full support from DSTI for their visa application and arrival in France.

C. If an admitted applicant withdraws before September 1st (for Autumn entries) or March 1st (for Spring entries), all tuition fees, except the deposit, will be refunded. Withdrawals after these dates will result in a 50% refund of the total tuition fees.

D. Students who leave the programme on or after the first day are liable for 100% of the tuition fees. This also applies to students who defer their enrolment and then decide not to participate.

E. Admitted applicants with conditional acceptance who do not meet the required conditions before the programme start date will receive a refund of all tuition fees, except the deposit. Alternatively, they may defer their enrolment to the next session, with the deposit transferred accordingly.

F. Visa seekers who do not obtain their visa and choose to withdraw or defer must adhere to the conditions outlined in sections A to E. On-campus students have the option to start their programme online if their visa is delayed.

G. DSTI provides extensive visa support services, included in the tuition fees. Admitted applicants must follow this process meticulously. Those who receive a visa refusal and have fully utilised this support can choose to start classes online, defer, or cancel their enrolment. Applicants who did not fully commit to the visa support process and wish to cancel their enrolment will be refunded 50% of the tuition fees.

H. Students expelled from the programme or who do not complete their degree are liable for the full tuition fees, with no refund permitted.

I. Tuition fee refunds will be processed via bank transfer within 30 days. The admitted applicant/student is responsible for all related bank charges, commissions, and exchange rate losses.

J. Any changes to the programme, mode, or rhythm require DSTI approval and, if applicable, third-party funder approval. Adjustments in tuition fees will be handled as follows:

i. If new fees are higher, the balance must be paid upfront.

ii. If new fees are the same, changes are notified by DSTI.

iii. If new fees are lower, changes are notified by DSTI, and any overpayment is refunded.

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