Access to the Master

Access to the Master's degree is regulated by the implementing decrees and orders resulting from the law of December 23, 2016.

Admission procedures 2024-2025

In accordance with the decree of February 20, 2023, a single national platform for applications and recruitment to the first year of a master's degree program has been set up. All applications must be submitted via MonMaster, except in exceptional cases provided for by decree. For further details, visit

As of February 26, 2024, if you hold (or are preparing to hold) a national bachelor's degree or another diploma giving access to the master's program, you must apply via the national platform.

Recruitment is based on an application from the moment you enter the Master's program.
Consult the general criteria for examining applications as well as Master 1 intake capacities(Deliberations of the Board of Governors on December 5, 2023: limited intake capacities master um including meef, limited capacities offered open applications dematerialized procedure) voted by the University's Board of Governors.
These data are also directly accessible on the portal (consultation of training offer).

Consult the administrative conditions for rejecting applications for the first year of the national master's degree for 2024-2025.

The Mon Master platform displays two "salaried employment rates in France" for each course at 6 and 18 months. These two rates, known as "INSERSUP" rates, exclude graduates working as self-employed professionals, company directors, craftsmen or working abroad. These rates therefore do not reflect the reality of professional integration. In addition, some Mon Master programs do not show INSERSUP rates, as the rate of salaried employment in France excludes many graduates who are already working, and the statistical reliability threshold is no longer guaranteed.

For perfectly reliable information including all graduates who have entered the job market directly without continuing their studies, we advise you to consult the Université de Montpellier website. These insertion rates are calculated at 30 months (number of graduates in employment / number of graduates in employment and looking for work). These data are collected by OSIPE (Observatoire du Suivi et de l'Insertion Professionnelle des Étudiants).