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    Hi all!

    I applied through the international students process to do a 'Master 1: droit international public' at the Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne. Today I got a message saying that the status of my 'dossier' was 'admissible'. What does that mean?

    I'd really appreciate your help as I'm really confused as to what I'm supposed to do next. The website provides no information. Can anyone help?

    Thanks very much in advance.
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    "Admissible" is a term used at French unis. It means, all your required application documents are complete and your application is reviewed by the admissions panel. You are not admitted yet. Normally, it takes btw 1-2 weeks after admissible to get your final status (admitted/rejected).

    Good luck
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    (Original post by Tcannon)
    "Admissible" is a term used at French unis. It means, all your required application documents are complete and your application is reviewed by the admissions panel. You are not admitted yet. Normally, it takes btw 1-2 weeks after admissible to get your final status (admitted/rejected).

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    Ah ok! Thank you very much! It makes sense now.
 
 
 
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