After Lomé Business School (Togo), ISTAG Yaoundé, ISM Dakar and IME Daoula (Cameroon), EM Normandie has signed new academic agreements in Africa with Ecole de Management et des Sciences Informatiques (EMPSI) in Casablanca (Morocco) and ESC Sfax (Tunisia). The School's intention is to extend its international outreach and to increase multicultural diversity on its own campuses.
Following two years in their Bachelor programmes (licence) at home, the best EMPSI and ESC Sfax students will be able to join Year 3 of the EM Normandie Bachelor en Management International, either in Le Havre or Paris, depending on the specialised option they have selected. As for those who hold a Bachelor's degree, they will be able to join the Grande Ecole Programme, depending on their scores on the TAGE MAGE Test (*), their proficiency in English, and the outcome of an individual interview. They will take the M1 year in their home institutions, then follow the M2 year in France, whether in Caen, Le Havre or Paris, according to the specialised option they wish to take. 10 students should benefit from this scheme in September 2016.
(*) TAGE MAGE : French Graduate Test similar to the GMAT