Bachelor – International Trade - Year 3 admission
The Bachelor in International Management (International Trade Option) can be accessed in Year 3. This option has been designed to allow French and International students to respond to the needs of companies operating in a cross-cultural and multilingual environment.
Taught in English, this option meets the requirements of companies which seek bilingual undergraduates able to manage all Marketing and International aspects: Business Ethics, Cross-cultural Management, HRM, International Marketing ...
This Bachelor Programme fosters cross-cultural exchanges by offering access to international candidates who hold 2-year HE diplomas, or are in the process of doing so, in particular via the Pass-World Bachelor Test Bank.
To ensure maximum success in your professional integration and help you to be more relevant to recruiters’ increasingly demanding criteria, the school supports you throughout your Professional Project through the Career Path Scheme (workshops, meetings with professionals, ...)
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Thanks to the School’s network of companies, you can boost your number of professional experiences to explore the world of business organisations, gain competencies and acquire an expert vision of the fields you are enthusiastic about.
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The programme focuses on the acquisition of practical competencies, such as defining a Business Plan, while integrating an ethical dimension. You are thus part of a professional competencies development project within a competitive environment.
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
The programme is open to students who have completed or are in the process of completing a Bac+2 degree.
A VAPP (Validation des Acquis Professionnels et Personnels) application is possible for candidates who have not completed a Bac+2 but have accumulated several years of professional experience consistent with the programme sought.
For courses taught in French, international students will be required to provide an official French language level certification (unless French is the candidate's mother tongue or the course was followed in French). The expected level is at least B2 (according to the CEFR).
For students wishing to apply for the International Business option taught in English, an official English language certification will be required. (IELTS 5, TOEIC 750, TOEFL 72).
Please use the on-line application procedure.
We regret we are unable to process applications sent by e-mail or post.
In order for our students to benefit from optimal learning conditions, places in our programmes are limited. The number of remaining places is reviewed after each admission session. Whenever a cohort is full, admissions for the programme are closed :
The deadline for receipt of applications for the next admission session is 15 March 2019.
At the same time as completing the EM Normandie Application file, international candidates must also complete the Campus France Application File in order to facilitate the visa process.
Once the fee down payment has been received, the School will help International students with their visa procedures and search for accommodation.
For international candidates, it is also possible to enter the Bachelor in International Management in the 3rd year via the Pass-World / Bachelor competition.
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
As places are limited, all candidates are encouraged to submit their profiles as early as possible.
International candidates may send in their applications as from September 2018 and before 1st July 2019 at the latest.