EM Strasbourg Business School is recognized as the Business School of the University of Strasbourg. It is internationally renowned for its Grande Ecole program.
Every winter, EM Strasbourg Business School organises an International Summer School programme for exchange students. Studying in the heart of Europe, students take courses in European Business and European Integration while at the same improving their French language skills. A number of classes are taught by guest faculty from around the world. The classes are complemented by a variety of corporate and cultural visits.
Students are accommodated in university-run or private residence hall near the school (depending on availability). All classes, lectures, and visits are conducted in English. Classes are held from Monday to Friday over a period of four weeks.
15 June- 13 July 2016
Please note that this program begins during first semester examinations. Although this program will begin during UWA's first semester examinations, extensions, special consideration and deferred exams will not be granted. Please inform and consult your allocated course advice office.
Students take the following units:
- French Language and Culture
- French Society
- French Ideas and Mentalities
- European Integration
- History of European Integration
- The Functions of European Institutions
- The European Union and the World
- Business in Europe
- Business Environment in Europe
- Strategy of European Art Organizations
- Marketing in Europe
- Managing Cultural Differences in the European Context
On completion of all 3 units, Business, BPhil, and Engineering, Computing, and Mathematics students will receive 12 UWA credits. Other faculties TBC
Tuition is waived for those selected for an Exchange place who participate as part of the general exchange agreement (tuition payed to UWA). These students pay the accommodation fees to EM Strasbourg. For a budget guide, including the cost of accommodation, please see the following: Summer School Budget for students 2016.pdf
- Two dinners hosted by the school in charming Alsatian restaurants
- A visit of an 18th century castle (Haut-Koenigsbourg) in the Vosges mountains
- A wine tasting session of our famous Alsatian wines in a local vineyard and a wine-producing village
- A guided tour in the historical city center of Strasbourg
- A guided tour of Strasbourg by boat
How to apply
- University-run or private residence hall near the school (depending on availability).
- Students are expected to arrive 1-2 days prior to the beginning of the program (reservations will be made accordingly).
- Close to tram stop and very close to the school.
Apply by clicking the Apply Now button above.
Application deadline: Thursday, 22nd February 2016