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Strasbourg: France’s most European town, where students are king
Looking for international surroundings for your studies? If so, then pack your bags for EM Strasbourg Business School, one of the Pass-world entrance exam member schools of Management. Perched on the eastern border of France, Strasbourg is home to three major European institutions and is a manageably-sized city. You will especially appreciate the UNESCO-ranked architectural heritage it has to offer, as well as a welcome traditional for its cross-cultural European nature, especially as regards students and all within truly privileged natural surroundings.
Pau: Sea, mountains and Spain - The Good Life, south-west style
Located halfway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees and just a stone’s throw from the Iberian Peninsula, the capital of the Béarn region is home to ESC Pau Business School, one of the Pass-world entrance exam member schools of Management. A town offering peace and a good standard of living, Pau is not just a tourist, cultural, sporting and gastronomic destination but also the second most important economic hub in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine area of France. All of these plus points add up to make Pau a truly special place in which to pursue your studies!
Grenoble. Nature, culture and open-mindedness: a winning ticket for one of the most student-friendly towns around
With its 163 000 inhabitants and located in the south-east of France at the foot of three mountain ranges (The Alps, Vercors and Chartreuse), Grenoble is home to Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), one of the Pass-world entrance exam member schools of Management. This manageable-sized town offers relaxing, open and dynamic surroundings in which to live. The capital of the Isère region is so attractive a destination that it features in the top 3 towns in which to study (L’Etudiant student town ranking, 2017).
Evry: modernity, dynamism and a warm welcome a stone’s throw from Paris
Administrative center of the Essonne region in Ile-de-France, Evry is home to Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, one of the Pass-world entrance exam member schools of Management, offering the ideal location for a global town nurturing talent and events less than an hour away from the riches of the capital city Paris.
Dijon, the town that’s 1000 years young.
The capital of the Dukes of Burgundy is the birthplace of Burgundy School of Business, one of the Pass-world entrance exam member schools of Management. Totaling 160 000 inhabitants, the town is world-renowned for the quality of its vineyards, gourmet food and architectural heritage. However, Dijon also manages to attract over 30 000 students (many of whom come from abroad) due to the dynamic, top-level sporting and cultural opportunities it has to offer. Take our guided tour!
Normandy: studying in the great outdoors!
Ever been tempted to study with the seaside close by? If so, then why not choose Normandy as your destination? This lush green, forward-looking and internationally-inclined area of France is situated just 2 hours north-west of Paris. It is here on its Caen and Le Havre campuses that EM Normandie, one of the Pass-world entrance exam member schools of Management, calls home. Two manageably-sized towns offering a quality of life where students rule the roost!