A Bachelor degree in France consists of a 3-year program, which at ESC Amiens initiates students for a career in commerce and management. In the third year students may chose to specialize in International Affairs (Full English). This undergraduate program aims to provide students with the tools necessary to begin an international career.
WHO CAN APPLY? Applications are accepted from high school graduates or 1-year or 2-year post-secondary graduates.
The Programme Grande École (PGE) is a 5-year program, and may be considered equivalent to a Master’s degree. In general students with a 3-year Bachelor degree will continue on for an additional 2 years to obtain their Master’s degree. The program follows up on the Bachelor program with a more intensive look into business tools and practices and specialization in International Business (Full English) is possible in the final year.
WHO CAN APPLY? Applicants must have graduated from a recognized university, business or engineering school and have completed a three or four year post-secondary degree, whatever their background. The program also provides admission through credit-equivalency for work experience.
The 2-year MBA program is geared towards those who wish to complement their existing degree with specialization in business or who have already obtained experience in the marketplace and wish to hone their skills and career outlook. The MBA program at ESC Amiens consists of a first year in general business and management (in French only), and a second year concentrating in a specialized field, including International Business Strategy (Full English).
WHO CAN APPLY? Applicants must have graduated from a recognized university, business or engineering school and have completed a three (for MBA1) or four year (for MBA2) post-secondary degree, whatever their background. The program also provides admission through credit-equivalency for work experience (for example, an applicant with a 3-year degree and 3 years work experience may apply for the MBA2).
ERASMUS and international students generally enter for a semester or two in the 3rd year of the Bachelor program specializing in International Affairs, given entirely in English. They may also participate in the courses offered in English in the PGE and MBA programs.
Applications from international students may be accepted for the various academic programs offered exclusively in French contingent on an acceptable level of fluency in French.