ESSCA is pleased to announce its 2019 Paris Summer Programme from June 17 (Monday check-in) through July 11 (check-out on Thursday, July 11) at the ESSCA Paris campus in Boulogne-Billancourt. Undergraduate exchange students will be able to take one of three course pairings, earning them 6 ECTS per course. Teaching will be carried out by the regular ESSCA research staff and adjunct professors with the possibility of guest speakers and outings.
The four-week Paris Summer Programme offers three course pairings in one of the world’s most vibrant cities:
- PAIRING 1: International Luxury Brand Marketing & International Business Management
- PAIRING 2: Business Intelligence and Strategy & Digital Culture, Innovation and New Market,
- PAIRING 3: French Language & French Culture and Civilization
Combining course instruction, corporate visits and cultural activities, the course is open to undergraduate studentsfrom anywhere in the world and successful participants are awarded ECTS credits.
Teaching will be carried out by the regular ESSCA research staff and adjunct professors with the possibility of guest speakers and outings.
Cultural events will also be offered during the 4 weeks.
PAIRING 1 – PAIRING 2 : Instruction is in English and participants will be expected to speak and write in English on an academic level.
PAIRING 3: Instruction is in French for “French Language” and in English for “French Culture & Civilization” – For the French language course, 2 levels of instruction will be offered (beginner and intermediate) depending on the number of participants.
When applying you must choose one of the 3 pairings above. You won’t be able to mix the courses among the pairings. Once you have chosen your preferred pairing, you must diligently follow the course content of the chosen PAIRING as attendance to courses is mandatory.
Opportunity is About:
Candidates should be from:
Description of Ideal Candidate:
Interested participants can be from ESSCA partner universities or nonpartners:
- Undergraduates with at least one year of studies at their home universities.
- Familiarity via course work with business topics.
- Pairing 1 and Pairing 2: Students must be able to attend lectures, ask and answer questions, give presentations and write formal assignments in English (roughly equivalent to a score of 80 on the TOEFL® iBT).
- Pairing 3: instruction is in French for French language classes (2 instruction levels will be offered – beginner and intermediate – depending on the number of participants. Instruction is in English for French Culture and Civilization course.
- Eager and open to learning about new cultures and international issues.
Deadline: April 10, 2019
Program Starts: June 17, 2019
Program Ends: July 11, 2019
Cost/funding for participants: