Broadening its portfolio of partner universities in order to widen the possibilities of study abroad for its students is one of EM Normandie's leitmotifs. During the first semester of 2018 the school has signed 17 new cooperation agreements in Asia, Europe, Oceania and the Americas.
“We are eager to enhance partnerships offering programmes fully taught in English, as this is where the key interest lies for our students, both from the Bachelor's in International Management and the Master's in Management (Grande Ecole Programme). However, our focus is not only on expanding in English-speaking countries, as we are enriching our global network. For study abroad as well as dual degree programmes we are signing with internationally accredited institutions adding value through quality education and complementary curricula. Hence, our students will be able to get the most out of their experience abroad by fully immersing in a new environment” states Claudia Sampel, director of international development at EM Normandie.
Australia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Peru, Portugal, Russia, India, Taiwan and USA are the countries where new partnerships have been added which boosts EM Normandie's network to more than 200 active global partnerships in more than 60 countries. Therefore the opportunities for globe-trotting students are vast and for those staying in Europe an Erasmus grant can be obtained as the school is part of the Erasmus + programme.
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