EM Strasbourg Business School

61 Avenue de la Forêt-Noire, 67000 Strasbourg

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Séverine BONHOMME

Head of International Promotion and Recruitment

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EM Strasbourg Business School in synthesis

 
 

1919

Founded

 

18000

Alumni

 

Campus

Strasbourg

 

75ème (2017)

meilleures
Business Schools
européennes

 

57ème parmi

les 80 meilleurs
Masters Mondiaux
(Financial Times, 2017)

 

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Eligibility

 

At Bachelor level

You are eligible for the 1st year of the Bachelor in Business program if you meet the following requirements:

18 years of age on December 31st of the school entry year
AND
You have completed 2 years of studies outside of France
AND

You hold or are in the process of obtaining (all academic subjects included):

- Either a non-French baccalaureate;

- Or a French baccalaureate but do not have French nationality.

You are eligible for entry into the 3rd year of the Bachelor in Business program if you meet the following requirements:

You have completed 2 years of studies outside of France
AND
You hold or are in the process of obtaining (all academic subjects included)

- Either a non-French BTS (advanced vocational certificate), DUT (2-year technical college degree), or 120 ECTS;

- Or a French BTS (advanced vocational certificate), DUT (2-year technical college degree), or 120 ECTS but do not have French nationality.

Master level

You are eligible for entry into the 1st year of the Master in Management program if you meet the following requirements:

You have completed 2 years of studies outside of France

AND

You hold or are in the process of obtaining (all academic subjects included)

- Either a non-French Bachelor degree or 180 ECTS;

- Or a French Bachelor degree/180 ECTS but do not have French nationality.

THE PROGRAMS

The Bachelor in business

The EM Strasbourg Business School Bachelor in Business (known within the school as the Bachelor in International Business) adopts a teaching approach geared towards the career path of each student with a view to making them as operational as possible. The training delivered is based upon project work, taking initiative and remaining in constant contact with the international scene.

The fully array of Management disciplines are covered (including Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Economics, Law, Communications and Marketing), as well as values that are essential to doing international business such as ethics, sustainable development and diversity.

The Bachelor can be taken from the 1st or 3rd year of the program. The full program length is 3 years:

  • 1st year in French (30% in English)
    • Introduction to Management
    • Introduction to project management and collaborative project implementation
    • 3-month stay abroad within an English language center (EU or USA)
  • 2nd year in French (50% in English)
    • Advanced Management
    • International and Intercultural Management (English, German, Spanish)
    • Mandatory professional mission from May to end-August (min. 3 months)
    • Optional in-company internship year
  • 3rd year in English (possible 20% in French depending on choice of specialization)
    • The 3rd year takes place either on campus or on a university exchange for students having joined the school in year B1
    • 3 tracks in English (Entrepreneurship, Finance, Sales, International Marketing) in which the student must choose from 5 specializations (each one representing around 20% of the total course time) – see table below
    • Mandatory, commercial-type professional mission from January to end-August (min. 5 months), including an international component and Management concepts.

3-year overview:

  • Obtaining a Bachelor with a double degree (B1 entrance only) with the Université de Strasbourg Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management (upon completion of 4 Economic Science modules during your EM Strasbourg track)
  • Geared towards employability: 8 months of mandatory professional missions (in years B2 and B3) during the curriculum within an international context
  • Building of your professional project
  • Enhanced employability on the international market

Tuition fees: €7500 per year + c. €400 university fees.

The Master in Management (Grande Ecole) Program

The EM Strasbourg Business School Master in Management Grande Ecole program is designed to train students within an international set-up to become skilled, responsible and agile managers and global citizens ready to find their place within Society and able to develop a performance-oriented form of management.

We place great value on employability and emphasis on the acquisition of working experience via a minimum 7 months of professional missions supported by personalized coaching.

The program lasts 2 years.

M1 (depending on choice of major, some courses are in English):

  • Choice of major: Marketing, Information Systems, Finance-Accounting, Human Resources, Logistics, Management
  • Choice of specialization, from a list of 50
  • Advanced Management course, including business games and a case study
  • Mandatory professional mission (min. 3 months)

Optional in-company internship year: 2 x 6 months in France and/or abroad.

In M2, different modes of learning are available: initial education, apprenticeship, and a range of specialized double degrees:

  • 13 specializations in French covering 6 areas (Marketing, Information Systems, Finance-Accounting, HR, Logistics, Management) and 4 specializations in English to select (cf. table below)
  • Mandatory professional mission (min. 4 months)

2-year overview:

  • Geared towards employability: 7 months of mandatory professional missions
  • 10 possible apprenticeship specializations
  • Construction of a professional project
  • We attach as much importance to the personal direction taken by students as the academic curriculum. Students work alongside their studies on a personal and professional project. They commit to an economic, humanitarian, social or citizen mission, thereby developing technical and personal skills. These are major lessons to be learned that will undoubtedly facilitate their progress in the corporate world.

Tuition fees: €8500 per year + c. €400 of university fees.

Financial assistance in France information available via EM Strasbourg Business School:

- Reduced- interest rate loans

- Paid internships > 2 months

- Accommodation allowances

- Campus France scholarships

Financial assistance from the school:

- Student jobs with the help of the “Jobs Services” association

Please contact your adviser for additional information.

Specializations

Bachelor

3rd-year Bachelor specializations
Teaching location
Teaching language
Apprenticeship

Entrepreneurship

Strasbourg

Sales / International Marketing

Strasbourg

Master

2nd-year Master specializations
Teaching location
Teaching language
Apprenticeship

International Purchasing

Strasbourg

European and International Business

Strasbourg

Auditing, Consulting and Finance

Strasbourg

Entrepreneurship

Strasbourg

Events Management

Strasbourg

International Finance

Strasbourg

International Sales & Distribution

Strasbourg

Logistics

Strasbourg

Management

Strasbourg

Information and Communications Technique Management

Strasbourg

Wine Management

Strasbourg

Marketing

Strasbourg

Sporting Professions

Strasbourg

Human Resources

Strasbourg

Digital Strategy

Strasbourg

Information Systems

Strasbourg

Tourism

Strasbourg

Bachelor

Strasbourg
Strasbourg

Master

Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Alternance
Strasbourg
Alternance

Professional development

  • 8 months of mandatory professional missions during the curriculum
  • Careers advice: personal and professional development workshop
  • Collaborative projects
  • 500 company managers involved in teaching
  • Professional networking meetings
  • Optional in-company internship year (2 x 6-month internships in France and/or abroad)
  • Entrepreneurship incubator
  • Work opportunities

The campus

  • Strasbourg: 1hr 50mins by train from Paris, a city located in the heart of Europe, home to international institutions and a focal point at Christmas time, it offers a premium standard of living (average budget €650 per month)
  • Alsace, among the top 10 areas in France to visit (Lonely Planet)
  • The famous Alsace “wine trail”

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The international dimension

  • 3000 students – 27% international
  • 83 nationalities present on campus
  • International university staff
  • +200 partner universities in 52 countries
  • A strong cross-border link between France and Germany
  • Ideally located at the heart of Europe
  • Home to the European Parliament, the European Council, and Consulates and Embassies from around the world
  • International cultural activities, including off-campus trips (European Parliament, wine trail)
  • Intensive French language courses
  • Employability on the international market
  • EM Strasbourg Business School enjoys significant international outreach whilst also nurturing its local roots

International student reception 

A full adapted student service. The school has implemented a multilingual service designed to answer every question from international students (accommodation, visa etc.) and provide the best possible welcome.

The International Relations service assists international students in their search for accommodation as well as issues relating to health and visas. University campus bedrooms (CROUS) are available in close reach of the school.

Students are welcomed via an integration seminar, during which practical advice is given to students so that they can find their way around the city, find a flat-share and discover the full range of association activities available at the school.

The school also helps them with their various administrative tasks, especially regarding the Prefecture, the Family Allowance Department, and the French Immigration Bureau.

The school international office also provides support concerning all teaching issues during a student’s stay, as well as many practical questions.

Association life 

16 student associations – an initial glimpse at a skill for project management. 

Association life forms an integral part of the curriculum – active student participation is encouraged and showcased. Across the school’s 65 association projects, students join forces to dedicate time to setting up cultural, sporting, humanitarian, ecological, entrepreneurial and vocational activities, giving them the opportunity to freely express their creativity, develop initiative-taking and teamwork skills, and successfully deliver rewarding projects.

They successfully completed the Pass-world exam and joined EM Strasbourg Business School