International excellence track
In order to obtain a double degree and validate the "Grand Ecole" program, students must spend up to 30 months abroad.
“English Track” programme from the 1st year
A choice of five foreign languages taught during the various programmes
Double degree or programme with double certification / validation
More than 100 partner universities in France and abroad
Member and partner of international organisations:
Campus France and Erasmus +
Union des Français de l’Étranger (UFE)
Academy of Business in Society
Short programmes or “summer programmes”
International Relations Department
The International Office counsels students in their choice of study abroad program (it is also based on academic records) and assists with the administrative procedures. The International Office remains in contact with the students during they stay.
Erasmus + scholarships
This scholarship is granted to all exchange students spending 3-12 months in a European University with which EDC Paris Business School Paris has an Erasmus+ agreement.
Ile de France mobility scholarship
This scholarship can be combined with other institutional funding. The Ile de France mobility scholarship is granted by the Ile de France Regional Council and is for students going away to study for 3-10 months in a foreign country.
It is available for students who have completed 2 years of higher education prior to their departure abroad. They are required to have an excellent academic and personal record. It is awarded on the basis of the student's personal income, academic performance and overall behaviour.
Students may also contact city halls and departmental councils which may provide financial aid for those who wish to study abroad.
EDC Paris Business School Scholarship
EDC has initiated a scholarship for 4th year students who wish to undertake a short study programme or a study trip abroad. It is granted to students on the basis of merit.
Erasmus + Charter
Collaboration by the faculty in both academic exchanges and research activities is strongly encouraged. The cooperation strategy between higher education institutions is established through negotiations and signed agreements for programmes issuing certificates or double degrees.
EDC Paris Business School is an active member of the EFMD (www.efmd.org) and Campus France (www.campusfrance.org) international institutions and holds the extended 2014–2020 Erasmus+ Charter, thereby boosting the school’s position and international development policy.
International strategy of EDC Paris Business School
The two main orientations of the international strategy of EDC Paris Business School are :
- The internationalization of the courses and of the teaching staff
- The introduction of high-level academic programs