To earn a lawyer-linguist degree, students must follow a twofold curriculum consisting of a four-year language programme at ISIT and a law degree at the Faculté de Droit Jean Monnet in Sceaux. Applicants must first pass the ISIT entrance examinations. If they do, their contact information is then provided to the law school to complete the registration process.
The programme is also open to FACO students, under an agreement between ISIT and FACO (Faculté libre de Droit d’Economie et de Gestion).
Applicants must either be in the final year of secondary school or have a French baccalaureate diploma.
Candidates should not attempt to apply to ISIT using the Admission Post Bac web portal (APB).
However, those wishing to apply to the Lawyer-Linguist programme should use APB to simultaneously apply to the Faculté de Droit, listing the Université Paris XI Jean Monnet as their first choice. If they pass the entrance examinations for ISIT, their application to the Faculté de Droit will be accepted.
The examinations test knowledge acquired at the end of secondary school.
Applicants are assessed on their written expression, analytical ability, general knowledge and their proficiency in other languages.
The jury will consider:
To prepare for exams, applicants should use the works listed in the following bibliographies, and should also consult the various tests from previous years.
Preparation materials [LINK]
Application forms must be returned to the following address:
ISIT - 21 rue d’Assas – 75270 Paris Cedex 06 - France
Registration fees are €160 (€175 if payment is made from a bank account outside France but within the euro area, and €270 outside the euro area or from an Overseas Territory). They are not refundable.
For more information, contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org – Tel.: + 33 (0)1 42 22 33 16