To complete this course, students attend the Writing Summer School or the Marketing Summer School or the Digital Summer School at the end of their third year of secondary school and the Orientation Summer School at the end of their fourth year.
All students who have finished their third-to-last year of secondary school can begin the two-year course for talented young people by enrolling in the Writing Summer School or in the Marketing Summer School or in the Digital Summer School.
At the end of the week a commission appointed by the provost will evaluate the students’ individual projects. Only those who receive a grade of at least 8/10 on the project can take the course for talented young people.
Students will then go through a selection process before being admitted to the Orientation Summer School at the end of their second-to-last year of secondary school. They will be evaluated on the basis of their grade point average, which will have to be at least eight/ten. At the end of the Summer School, students will take a mini-test. Those who have passed all three selection processes will be exempted from taking the admission test.
Students who do not pass this selection process can still take the Orientation Summer School’s 70-question early admission test or that offered in the subsequent spring or autumn sessions.