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Grande Ecole Programme EBS

EBS - European Business School

Course Introduction

The entire Grande Ecole program, from first year to fifth year, can be completed solely in English. These “international classes” are open to international students and French students fluent in English, and follow exactly the same curriculum as ebs Paris’s French curriculum. In first year, for example, a given week will include classes in law, accounting, economics, marketing, foreign languages, and culture The law, accounting, and economics classes cover both the French and Anglo-Saxon systems, and are taught by professors from the United Kingdom, the United States, and other countries. As such, students benefit from a fully internationalized education.

During the first three years of the Bachelor’s program, all students can choose to complete academic semesters in English (in France or abroad), going abroad to take courses at one of our partner universities. They can also complete a long (six-month) international internship at a company anywhere in the world. Those who decide to spend a whole year abroad at the same university can earn an official Bachelor of Arts degree in business/management.
During the two years of specialization in the Master’s program, students hone their career plan and prepare to enter the international job market. They undertake another period of immersion in a company for six months (in fourth or fifth year), and can also opt for an additional academic semester at one of our partner universities in the fifth year.

  • Master
  • On Campus
  • Paris
  • Duration: 5 years
  • Start Date: 1/9/2018
  • € 9,850

How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

Three semesters to find your footing as a student (semesters 1 through 3): During this first stage, students learn the study methods specific to higher education and the core concepts and technical tools used in the field of management. Entering higher education entails many changes. Students gain independence and knowledge (from theory to field work), discover teamwork, and learn to manage projects. There are no more “subjects”, but rather disciplinary fields with their own methods. That This is why the first three semesters are designed as an introduction to the broad field of management, to ensure students grasp the variables of the international and business environments. Students learn the fundamentals of management, finance, law, marketing, economics, sociology, etc. At the same time, they develop their personal and professional skills: languages, teamwork, project management, inter-personal communication, public speaking, etc. The first three semesters give students a strong grounding in the major functional areas of management, and familiarity with the business environment, while helping them progress in their two compulsory foreign languages​, general knowledge and personal development. YEARS 2-3 (SEMESTERS 1 THROUGH 3) Three semesters (semesters 4 through 6) to study abroad at a school or university or in a company; this is the period of international immersion. Students are required to spend at least one year abroad over these three semesters (academic courses abroad / international internship). After one and a half years of preparation (fundamentals and methods), all students who started at ebs Paris in the first year spend a minimum of two semesters at two ebs schools or partner universities (in two different countries with different languages). They also have the possibility of splitting the international immersion period between academic study and an internship, or spending a whole year in an English-speaking country to earn an international Bachelor’s degree.

What You Will Learn

YEAR 1/2

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES AND FINANCE
General Accounting
Statistics
Financial Analysis
Financial Mathematics
Management Mathematics
Cost Accounting
Investment Management and Policy

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION
Introduction to Marketing
Sales Techniques
Market Research
E-Marketing
Product Launch Seminar

CULTURE & SOCIETY, LANGUAGES
German
English
Arabic
Chinese
Spanish
Italian
Russian

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CAREER PLAN
Self-knowledge
Analysis and Summary Techniques
Project Management and Non-Profit Involvement
Business Environment
Geopolitical Analysis
History of Great Discoveries
Culture & Religions

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES AND FINANCE
General Accounting
Statistics
Financial Analysis
Financial Mathematics
Management Mathematics
Cost Accounting
Investment Management and Policy

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION
Introduction to Marketing
Sales Techniques
Market Research
E-Marketing
Product Launch Seminar

CULTURE & SOCIETY, LANGUAGES
German
English
Arabic
Chinese
Spanish
Italian
Russian

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CAREER PLAN
Self-knowledge
Analysis and Summary Techniques
Project Management and Non-Profit Involvement

Business Environment
Geopolitical Analysis
History of Great Discoveries
Culture & Religions

THIRD YEAR PROGRAM – PARALLEL ADMISSIONS
Third year classes are taught in French and English, depending on the student’s language level.
Semester 5: ebs Paris

International Marketing
Business Strategy in an International Context
Communication Strategy
Intercultural Management
English
International Finance

Semester 6: ebs schools or foreign universities

Where and when

Start DateLocation

1/9/2018

ebs Paris

10, Rue Sextius Michel Paris,Paris

France

FAQ

What are the admission criteria?

Requirements for 1st year entry: The International Admission procedure into the 1st year of the program is reserved for candidates residing outside of Metropolitan France at the time of application who: 1. hold or are in the process of receiving a French baccalaureate or a recognized high school diploma from the country of origin OR have completed or are in the process of completing the first year of a post-secondary program at a recognized higher education institution in the country of origin 2. can demonstrate sufficient English language proficiency: Through a standardized English test (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge or Pearson). An official test score must be submitted. OR Proof that the applicant has completed at least 3 years (full-time) in a secondary education program where English is the language of instruction and assessment Requirements for 4th year entry The International Admission procedure into the 4th year of the program is reserved for candidates residing outside of Metropolitan France at the time of application who: 1. hold or are in the process of completing a state accredited bachelor’s degree (3 or 4 years) outside of France OR have successfully completed the first three years of an accredited 4-year bachelor’s degree program outside of France. 2. can demonstrate sufficient English language proficiency: Through a standardized English test (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge or Pearson). An official test score must be submitted. OR Proof that the applicant has completed at least 3 years (full-time) in a post-secondary education program where English is the language of instruction and assessment.

Certification obtained

The degree issued by ebs Paris is a five-year, state-accredited Master’s degree, the highest level of recognition for business and management programs in France.

How do I apply?

Step 1: Online Application
Visit our online application website to fill out the application form and to submit all the required documents

Step 2: Interview
Candidates who submitted a complete application will be contacted to schedule a Skype interview.

Step 3: Admission Committee
The Admission Committee meetings will take place in February, March, April, June, and July (see session deadlines below).
At each meeting, the Committee will review and select the qualified candidates. A definite list of admitted candidates will be decided and the candidates will be contacted shortly after each meeting to be informed of the Committee’s decision.
If any of the admitted candidates cancels, the next qualified candidate on the waiting list could be offered the place of the candidate who cancelled.

Step 4: Registration
Admitted candidates will receive a registration package which they will have to complete and return to ebs Paris with the payment of half the tuition fee.

Step 5: Admission Letter
ebs Paris will send registered students an official Admission Letter that might be required for different administrative procedures including visa application for non-EU citizens.

Step 6: Finalizing Enrollment
Students who were in the process of completing the required qualification at the time of application will have to provide proof of completion (high school diploma for 1st year entry, bachelor’s degree or equivalent for 4th year entry) to finalize enrollment. A Certificate of Enrollment can then be issued.

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