Joining a Luxury by OMNES Education program

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Luxury by OMNES Education offers a wide range of programs from post-baccalaureate to post-graduate. Located on 7 campuses, Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Beaune, Chambéry, Geneva and Monaco, Luxury by OMNES Education is accessible outside of Parcoursup by application.

Foreign candidates

You are an international candidate and do not currently reside in France? You are concerned by our international admission procedure. Your application must be made online on the group’s international website.


Luxury by OMNES Education treats all applications on the same level of equal opportunity. At any time during the admission process, the applicant may report his or her disability to the school’s disability advisor if he or she wishes to receive special assistance.

When to apply?

Please note that not all courses are open at the beginning of the new academic year. It is necessary to check with the Admissions Department to confirm the opening of your program in March.

Admission procedure France


The application is submitted online on the different websites of the 6 schools of Luxury by OMNES Education.

The applicant must submit the following documents on the dedicated platform:

  • An updated CV
  • Photocopy of your last 2 available transcripts
  • Photocopy of identity card or passport
  • Recent passport photo
  • The completed motivation questionnaire

An application fee must be paid at the time of application. Payment by credit card is recommended.

The application fee is offered to students already enrolled in the OMNES Education group.

Only complete files are examined.

To apply


If your application meets our eligibility criteria, you will receive a favorable response from the admissions committee. You will be invited to attend a selection interview with a panel of professionals who are experts in the field of the course you wish to attend.

The purpose of this interview is to verify the adequacy and coherence of your professional project in relation to the training. In addition to evaluating your motivation, professional attitude and seriousness, the jury also assesses your language level if you are applying for an English-speaking course. In this case, the interview is conducted in English. In some cases, a personality test is also sent to you.


In the event of a favorable decision by the jury, the Admissions Department will inform you within a few days of your interview. You have one month after receiving your notice of admission to confirm your place in the school, otherwise your place cannot be guaranteed.

A deposit of 1 100 € is required to confirm your place at the time of your administrative registration. This is deducted from your tuition fees (initial training) or reimbursed at the end of the trial period of your work-study contract. Successful candidates who have a promise of employment from their host company for the work-study program are exempt from paying the deposit.

Only candidates for the 3rd year Bachelor, MSc1 and MSc2 programs can complete their studies under a work-study contract.

Estimated duration of the admission process: on average 2 to 3 weeks from the submission of the complete online application to the notification of admission. During peak periods of activity (April to September), this period may be extended.

AdmissionS criteria


French or foreign graduates, preferably from the sector concerned, coming from business schools, universities or engineering schools and able to attest to a :

  • In Bachelor 1: Bachelor’s degree
  • In Bachelor 2: Baccalaureate + 1 or in the process of validating a first year of undergraduate studies (BTS, DUT, preparatory class, Licence 1…)
  • In Bachelor 3: Baccalaureate level or equivalent or in the process of validating a 2nd year (Licence 2, classe prépa, BTS, DUT…)
  • In MSc1: level bac+3 or equivalent, i.e. 180 ECTS credits or a level 6 RNCP title
  • In MSc2 or MBA: level bac+4 or equivalent, or 240 ECTS credits


The same academic prerequisites are required as for the initial program. We also recommend that you have for certain levels of training:

– In MSc1: a minimum of 6 to 9 months of cumulative professional experience (internship or work-study)

– In MSc2: at least one year of professional experience

Updated 8 March 2024