What is APB?
So much talk of the APB. But what is APB exactly?
If you know any French High-schoolers, you may well have heard speaking of the APB. But what is it exactly and why are we hearing this word so much at the moment?. The APB, A.K.A ‘Admission Post Bac’, where post bac (after the ‘bac’) refers to the baccalaureate, the exam French students take upon completing high-school, is the University Admissions online portal they use to apply to Universities in France, much like the UCAS portal in the UK. Students have up until March to complete their applications for all standard universities starting in September.
It can be a rather stressful and complicated process, with students only receiving answers in the summer months.
SIU as an alternative to APB
However, there is an alternative to the drawn-out APB process. Here at Schiller, you can apply for registration directly. No need to spend hours trawling through the portal, no need to anxiously wait to know where you will be studying, with Schiller you will know within a week whether your application has been successful or not. Furthermore, with our monthly intake system, you can pick up your studies when best suits you!
Offering both bachelor and masters degrees, Schiller students specialize in international business, business administration, and international relations and diplomacy. So if you are thinking of furthering your studies, and like the idea of being part of a multi-national and active student body in Paris consider Schiller as an option for your future.
Do you think our offer fits your idea of a truly international higher education? Would you like to receive more information about our philosophy of education? Then