Caen Campus –Arts & Culture Unit
NORMAND eSPORT aims to develop and promote eSPORT and digital culture in Normandy
The Society organises one-off events within EM Normandie and in the Caen area with competitive video game tournaments and it organises stands on digital culture (virtual reality, digital arcade positions, house connect, consoles).
In 2018, this Society was elected Best Society of the Year by Initiatives BDE.
As a follow-up, Normand’Esport would like to create the first edition of the French Business School eSport Championship
Campus du Havre – Solidarity Unit
Soleil Indien is a Charity Society with 9 members. They bring help to the most deprived Indian populations.
Every year, the Society travels to an Indian region to refurbish and build schools or homes, and it brings sustainable solutions to the people there (hygiene, diet, etc).
In May 2018, the Society operated in Theni, and more specifically in 4 villages in the area for a 3-month mission. The project focuses on agrifood and in particular, the organisation of a vegetable garden using waste water.
Paris Campus – Sports and Adventure Unit
EMatelot was the first Sailing Society to open on the Paris Campus. All nautical sports enthusiasts, the members have a goal to help the public at large to experience sailing.
Throughout the year, EMatelot organises sailing as well as other nautical sports activities (sand yachting, kayak, …), at all levels to suit the general public.
In 2018, the society organised a Sailing Weekend in Granville at a partner sailing club, the Centre Nautique Régional de Granville. 50 students joined in the experience.
As a side-line alongside its main activities, EMatelot would like to take part in the 2019 EDHEC Sailing Race which gathers some 3,000 students from 150 Schools and 20 different countries.
Normandie Junior Conseil
Le Havre, Caen and Paris Campuses – Business Unit
Normandie Junior Conseil is the EM Normandie Junior Enterprise society. The Society is operated as a business, like a consulting firm. It enables students to carry out activities commissioned to them by professionals (market studies, business plans, communication plan, etc.) in return for a remuneration.
Throughout the year, the Society develops its network of firms by organising keynote lectures and after-work job-dating events. In parallel, these junior entrepreneurs from the various NJC network society work in collaboration with companies to offer them advice and expertise.
Wine More Time
Oxford Campus – Arts and Culture Unit
Wine More Time is a new Society of wine enthusiasts with a strong international dimension. Their objective is to give students a deire to discover wines and spirits, to share knowledge and enjoy socialising moments, helping them to feel at ease in an international environment, etc.
The society used to be focused on oenology, but now the it is now extending its interest into mixology (cocktails). In addition to wine tasting and discovery activities, Wine More Time organisesspirits-tasting and cocktail mixing workshops throughout the year
Furthermore, Wine More Time wishes to enter into new partnerships, with other Oxford universities or associations in particular.