EM Normandie opens a Campus in Dublin (Ireland)

Published on 17/07/2017

After Oxford in the UK, EM Normandie is about to open a new site in Dublin (Ireland) to host 80 students as from the academic year 2017 – 2018…

This venture is once again organised jointly with its partner, the British Study Centres.

Precisely, two cohorts of the Grande Ecole Programme will successively study there for a semester. This is offered to Year 2 (U2) and Year 4 ( M1 ) students for whom it is mandatory to study abroad for one or two academic semesters (depending on their level s of entry).

This new location in an English – speaking country will also offer the Business School further flexibility when recruiting international students in view of the coming Brexit. Hendrik Lohse, the Oxford Campus Director, is to take over the management of this new site, backed by a local team of a Pedagogical Tutor and an assistant.

Lectures will be given by Lecturers – Researchers from the Faculty of the Campuses in France and also professional adjuncts recruited locally. In the short – term, EM Normandie contemplates recruiting lecturers – researchers based in Dublin and support services staff.

The objective is to widen the training and educational offer, with a new M2 Year specialisation in particular, and to develop links with the local ecosystem which is extremely buoyant and promising.

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