Candidates with an International
Baccalaureate (subject 'English A Language and Literature') and/or with a diploma from an International School do not have to take the
mandatory English test.
European Baccalaureate students with at least 50% of the subjects taught in English (additional required subjects should be taught in English) as well as a first foreign language as well as students with a French Baccalauréat diploma including the ‘Section Européenne Anglais/Option Internationale’ are also exempt from the English language requirement.
If you graduated in The
Netherlands, United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Canada (except Quebec),
Malta, Australia or New-Zealand or if you are holding
a diploma (including English as an exam subject) listed on the diploma list, drawn up on behalf of the associations
of institutions of higher education, you do not need to take a mandatory
English test. Provided that your final grade for English language on your diploma is sufficient.