France

France Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
TOURS
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
TOEFL 79 (ibt) / TOEFL 550 (itp) / IELTS 6.0 / TOEIC 785
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

Grenoble Ecole de Management

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Grenoble
Exchange Quota: 
3
Language Special : 
TOEFL 94 (ibt) / 587 (pbt) or IELTS 6.5 (at least 6.0 in each element)
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Grenoble Ecole de Management was founded in 1984 by the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Grenoble. Since its establishment Grenoble Ecole de Management has been dedicated to higher education in business and management in France, featuring its unique programs in management of technology and intercultural management. Grenoble Ecole de Management also highlights the value of each student to serve in global enterprises. Furthermore, the school is of one of few business schools in the world that has acquired AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS international accreditations. Grenoble Ecole de Management was also ranked 5th globally by the Financial Times Masters in Management in 2010.


Audencia Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Nantes
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Audencia Business School was established in France in 1990. The school’s ascension as a European-accredited teaching and research center in just 20 years can be attributed to the school’s active administration. Additionally, Audencia Business School is one of only a few business schools to have acquired three top international accreditations- EQUIS, AACSSB and AMBA. Additionally, the university is dedicated to internationalization and innovation. At present, the school cooperates with more than 100 top sister schools worldwide. Among its 3,000 current students, more than 20 percent of them are foreign students spanning more than 50 nations. Audencia Business School’s general performance was honored with the rank of 13th in The Financial Times’ Masters in Management Rankings in 2009.


EM LYON Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Lyon
Exchange Quota: 
8
Language Special : 
TOEFL 80 (ibt) / IELTS 6.0 / TOEIC 785
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

E.M. LYON, was established in 1872 at France’s second major city, Lyon. According to the recent rankings in a prominent British magazine, E.M. Lyon was placed at world’s No. 36, Europe’s No. 10, and France’s No. 3. In addition, the university was placed highly at No. 8 in the European Business School Rankings 2008 by Financial Time’s (http:/ / rankings.ft.com / businessschoolrankings / european-business-school-rankings). EM LYON’s highly qualified faculty team has cultivated countless outstanding entrepreneurs and executive managers around the world. Following the wave of globalization, EM LYON had built a unique cross-regional business school alliance, called the AEA Alliance, with five other universities of major commercial areas, including Warwick Business School (United Kingdom), HEC-Montreal (Canada), Belgrano University (Argentina), and Thunderbird (United States), in which students can obtain dual degrees from alliance schools.


NEOMA Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Reims Cedex
Exchange Quota: 
6
Language Special : 
TOEFL 85 (ibt) / IELTS 6.0
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

The merger of two notable and well-developed management schools, the Reims Management School, established in 1982, and the Rouen Business School, established in 1981, formed the NEOMA Business School. Both schools have received the Triple Accreditation, consisting of EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB, which is only awarded to 59 business schools worldwide. The two schools were already long-term partners, but to prolong their sister school relation, they announced the merger of the two schools into the NEOMA Business School in September 2013. The name NEOMA arose from the fact that “NEO” means new and “MA” stands for management. The new school has over 40,000 alumni all over the world and is made up of three campuses, with its main campus in the biggest city of Northern France, Rouen. According to the 2013 Financial Times European Business School ranking, this newly established school is currently ranked 65th. Since the ranking criteria is not favorable toward newly merged schools, NEOMA plans to create a new image and work toward a top ranking in the 2014 Financial Times business school rankings.  


IESEG School of Management

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Lille & Paris
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Lille Catholic University is one of the most prestigious private universities in France. The university’s IESEG School of Management has not only acquired AACSB accreditation but is also a member of the European Foundation for Management Development. Lille Catholic University stresses international development and cooperates with more than 139 partner schools in 38 nations worldwide. Additionally, 80% of Lille Catholic University’s students have studied in various nations by participating in exchange programs. At the IESEG School of Management, international students account for 18.75% of the total student population. In pursuit of internationalization, the IESEG School of Management established the first all-English-taught master’s program in France. Offering students a varied curriculum, it features an international faculty composed of 75% non-French professors.


SKEMA Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Lille
Exchange Quota: 
6
Language Special : 
TOEFL 79 (ibt) / TOEFL 550 (itp) / IELTS 6.5 / TOEIC 830
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

The Skema Business School was established by the integration of ESC Lille and CERAM Business Schools in November 2009. Supported by faculty and facilities from the two schools, the university has become the largest business school in France and is dedicated to building an internationalized top business school. Currently, 35% of students are international students hailing from 40 countries and the university has formal relationships with 65 world-known universities. The school is also a member of the Mediterranean Network of Business Schools.


ESCP Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Paris
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Established in 1819, ESCP Europe belongs to the CCIP (Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie de Paris) and it is the only business school in the city of Paris as well as the oldest business school in the world. ESCP Europe was founded initially to train business professionals for service on French colonies and is one of the most distinguished European business schools. The university adopts a traditional French system of elite education and stresses internationalization. Before graduating, every student must master three languages and have experience living abroad. Jean-Pierre Raffarin -Former French Prime Minister, Christophe de Margerie- CEO of TOTAL, and Patrick Thomas- CEO of Herm癡s are all alumni of ESCP Europe.


 
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