Bachelor – Cooperative Track - Year 3
The Cooperative Track of the Bachelor in International Management is offered in Year 2 or 3. Cooperative Tracks are a good way to enter the professional world: 95 % of Cooperative Track students land an employment contract before graduation.
With 95% of Cooperative Track students landing an employment contract before they graduate, this option is no doubt the best way to enter the professional world.
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To optimise your professional integration and match recruiters’ increasingly demanding criteria, the School supports you in your professional project (personalised coaching, workshops, etc.) through the Career Path Scheme.
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Cooperative Track students follow a schedule of one week on campus and 3 weeks in their host companies.
A induction and brush-up period in Management is scheduled for students joining the programme directly into Year 3 on the basis of a degree acquired elsewhere
To guarantee the best learning conditions, places are limited on our programmes.
Vacancies are reviewed at the end of every admissions session, and when a cohort is complete, admissions are closed.
The deadline for receipt of applications for the next admission session is 15 May 2019.
After the Bachelor en Management International, you will be able to join the EM Normandie Grande École Programme.
You will customise your own study path in the Grande École Programme and:
Admission Administration Fee for French and International students who hold a 2-year Diploma:
Tuition Fees for 2019-2020:
Various options are offered to students to help them fund their studies:
Further information here
In keeping with the school's determination to enhance your professional skill set, but also to enable you to develop quick and proactive approaches to integration into businesses, the contribution of executives and CEOs to the programmes is favoured.
EM Normandie has put some schemes in place tohelp as many students access the programmes as possible:
Finally, you may enquire with your regional or departmental councils. Some local authorities have set up student mobility aids.
For further information on financial aid
Yes, the Cooperative Department gives you all the offers received from partner companies (over 5,000 per year) and organises recruitment sessions and specific coaching sessions, in addition to the Career Path Scheme activities.
The Alumni Association is also a good source of offers and opportunities.
Send a RIB (French bank identification slip) to: email@example.com.
Refund will take place by mid-November at the latest, minus the €575 life membership fee for the Alumni network.