The Grande Ecole programme lies at the forefront of EM Strasbourg Business School degree programmes and is EPAS accredited in recognition of its excellence.
Recruitment level: graduate Type of diploma: Master's
Study period :
2 semesters for dual degree students
Next session :
Train responsible managers equipped with specialized professional skills for a rapid and quality integration into the labour market ;
Promote the international mobility of students and alumni ;
Develop the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit among students thus enabling them to contribute to the development of companies.
Dual degree students study for two semesters at EM Strasbourg Business School and may choose to follow one of the specialisations offered within the Grande Ecole programme:
Strategic and operational marketing;
Commercial negotiation and management;
International and European Business (taught in English);
E-marketing and Information systems management;
Human resources management;
Supply Chain Management.
Australia: University of Adelaide Brazil: Universidad IBMEC China: Southwestern University of Economics and Finance Colombia: Universidad EAFIT Germany: Technische Universität Dresden, Hhl/Handelshochschule Leipzig, Friedrich Alexander Universitat Erlangen Nürnberg, Eberhard-Karls, Universität Tübingen Italy : Universita Degli Studi Di Pavia, Universita Ca'foscari Poland: Universytet Jagiellonski Krakow Romania: Academia de Studii Economice din Bucuresti Russia: Tyumen State University Slovakia: University Of Economics In Bratislava Spain: Universidad de Alcala, Universidad de Granada Switzerland: Université de Fribourg United Kingdom: University of Stirling, Heriot Watt University United States: Bowling Green State University, Canisius College Viet Nam: University of Economics Hanoi, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Dual degree students nominated by the above listed partner universities.
Selection and application procedures
Students are selected by the EM Strasbourg Business School and partner universities based on specific criteria mentioned in our dual degree cooperation agreements.
All tuition fees must be paid to the home university. Non-EU residents must pay the mandatory French social security fee of 211 Euro (except for the residents of Quebec).
Students submit an on-line application form to EM Strasbourg Business School by the end of May. The administrative registration is completed upon the start of the academic year in September.