ESSCA PROGRAMME (STUDY IN FRENCH)
ESSCA PROGRAMME YEARS 1-3
A three year programme giving all ESSCA students a strong foundation in management fundamentals and corporate functions.
International students wishing to join the first year of the ESSCA programme should be in their final year of secondary education. Students have the choice between spending the first three years at either the Angers or Paris campus. Classes cover much of the business spectrum and students are expected to study at least two modern languages (English and either Spanish or German) with the possibility of studying a third. The third year will be taught entirely in English and every student must spend a semester abroad, either at a university or within a company. Students are required to undertake three internships, either in France or abroad.
'MASTER EN MANAGEMENT' YEARS 4-5
Specialise in a subject area of your choice
The two year 'Master en Management' offered by ESSCA is a unique programme, suitable for those students who have already been awarded a bachelor's degree. The Master en Management has three major components:
Academic semesters allowing students to specialise in the field of their choice.
An internship, either in France or abroad, within a company for at least 4 months.
A research dissertation.
The admissions process for international students who wish to study in French involves two parts. Firstly, students should complete the application form available on ESSCA's website. Applicants will then be informed if they have reached the interview stage. Tuition fees are in line with the majority of French business schools. A limited number of excellence scholarships are available for internaional students covering all tuition costs.
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