Master in Management & Business Law - Double Degree with Georgetown University Admission

The Profile We Value

The HEC Paris / Georgetown University Double Degree is designed for high-level applicants of all nationalities, with little or no professional experience, striving for a legal career in a national, European or international setting.

Entry Requirements

All students eligible to the Bar exam of their home country are eligible to this dual degree program.

On top of that, students must also have :

  • Bachelor Degree in legal studies with minimum 180 ECTS-credits
  • Excellent academic records from previous studies
  • Proficiency in English language (required level: IELTS 7.5, TOEFL: 100 or equivalent)

Application Process

How to Apply?

Applicants complete an online application on  by the deadline of the admission session.

  1. Create your account
  2. Select the  following program: "GE/MBL - Master in Management & Business Law Grande Ecole", then select "GE/MBL - Georgetown LLM Double Degree"
  3. Complete the 5 parts of the application and submit your application

Admission Calendar


Application Deadlines
no later than

Admissibility Results
no later than

Admission Results
no later than

Round 1

October 24, 2017

November 15, 2017

December 1, 2017

Round 2

January 9, 2018

February 1, 2018

February 27, 2018

Round 3

February 28, 2018

March 21, 2018

April 12, 2018

Round 4

April 17, 2018

May 16, 2018

June 7, 2018

Supporting Documents to upload

  • Degree certificate(s) or current certificate of enrollment
  • Résumé with photo (CV)
  • All official up-to-date academic transcripts and official GPA
  • Proof of proficiency in English (TOEFL or IELTS)
  • GMAT or GRE official test score report*
  • 2 online recommendations from professors
  • Passport-style photo
  • Application fee: €100*.

*Applicants holding a first degree from the double degree partner institution are exempted from GMAT/GRE and from the application fee.


Pre-selected applicants are invited to a 25-30 minute interview with each institution. They are encouraged to discuss their unique background, motivation, interests, and goals.