Semester/Year Programs

Angers, France: International Business Program at ESSCA

ESSCA is a private business school with 1,200 students . It is a member of Le Chapitre des Ecoles de Managemnet (an association of the leading business institutions of France). Created in 1909, ESSCA has always had a place among France's Great Schools of Commerce. Throughout the twentieth century, the school has continuously adapted to meet the changing demands of the professional world and the resulting needs of students.

 

Budapest, Hungary: The Budapest International Management Semester (ESSCA)

In addition to the Angers campus, ESSCA runs a campus in Paris and in Budapest, Hungary. ESSCA is affiliated with the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration. ESSCA Hungary is situated in the heart of the city of Budapest, close to the metro, tramway, and buses. Budapest is considered the administrative business and cultural center of Hungary. It is a beautiful city set along the Danube River. It stands out for its broad avenues, leafy parks, and blend of architectural style.

 

Grenoble, France: Grenoble Ecole de Management

The Grenoble Graduate School of Business is a private institution of higher education and is rated as one of the "Top Ten French Business Schools." The student enrollment is 1,000 and the institution is housed in a state-of-the-art facility in a centralized location. Found in 1984, Groupe ESC-Grenoble specializes in technology and intercultural management within business administration. As part of the exchange agreement with Grand Valley State University, students from Groupe ESC-Grenoble attend GVSU.

Grenoble, located in southeast France, is one of France's foremost international cities. Nestled in the French Alps, it was the host of the 1968 Winter Olympics. With more than 36,000 students, 8,000 researchers and several international companies, Grenoble is a booming city where technology and education play a very important role. The surrounding French Alps provide leisure activities year-round. The city is just 3 hours from Paris by high-speed train, 2 1/2 from Turin, Italy and 1 1/2 from Geneva,Switzerland.

 

 

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