Our Bachelor in Management programme aims to train front-line managers or project managers with a mastery of management fundamentals, digital techniques and entrepreneurial values.

  • The first two years of the Bachelor's programme constitute a generalist core curriculum based on a 360° vision of management sciences.
  • The third year of the bachelor's degree allows :
    • to specialise in key company professions in the fields of "Luxury management", "Digital marketing & commercial management" and "Business development".
    • or to obtain a double degree with one of our partner universities
  • During the course of their studies, students must spend a period of time abroad as part of an internship in the 1st or 2nd year, or as part of an academic exchange in the 3rd year.

Each student benefits from personalised support throughout the course of their studies in order to develop their professional project through coaching, soft skills courses, etc.

The curriculum can be followed in French or in English (English Track)*.
* For students with a good level of English (no need to be bilingual at the beginning).


  • Access to front-line (or intermediate) managerial functions in a wide variety of sectors or positions
  • Embark on an entrepreneurial adventure
  • Pursue studies in a specialized master's cycle


A program in 3 years

The 3-year course is divided into 6 semesters, 5 of which are dedicated to academic teaching and the last one is devoted to an experience in a company via an internship at the end of the course. It awards a total of 180 ECTS credits and each student follows 975 hours of courses over 5 semesters.

The course takes place on the EDC campus in Paris La Défense. Students also have access to all the Paris campuses of the EDC Group (Paris La Villette and Paris 7ème).

Entrepreneurship coaching

Our students have a course on entrepreneurship and we offer them the opportunity to access the Student Entrepreneur Program (SEP). This program consists of accompanying students in their entrepreneurial approach at all stages of their project. It is divided into 3 stages:

  • The IDEAS" EEP for those who intend to become entrepreneurs, who have ideas but also many questions.
  • The "PROJECT" EEP for those who have identified a business opportunity and wish to enter the reflection phase to make their first decisions.
  • The "COMPANY" EEP for those who are in the decision and action phase.

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Bachelor curriculum

Bilingual French/English course or Full-English track

1st semester

  • Introduction to accounting
  • General culture and knowledge of the world
  • Commercial negotiation
  • Cohesion and self-knowledge
  • Quantitative techniques I
  • Career workshop and professional projects
  • English
  • Chinese 

2nd semester

  • Cost accounting
  • Marketing research and studies
  • Introduction to law
  • Introduction to the economy
  • Quantitative techniques II
  • Career workshop and professional projects
  • English
  • Chinese
  • Discovery" course

Discovery" course of 6 to 8 weeks maximum in France or abroad*.

* from the start of the 2021 academic year, one of the two 1st or 2nd year courses must be held abroad.

Bilingual French/English course or Full-English track

1st semester

  • Marketing management
  • Soft-skills and team dynamics
  • Digital transformation
  • Business Law
  • Corporate social responsability issues and trends
  • Career workshop and professional projects
  • English
  • Chinese in luxury context

2nd semester

  • Financial analysis and corporate finance
  • Operational marketing
  • Organisational behaviour and human resources
  • Initiation to research
  • Business plan and business creation
  • Career workshop and professional projects
  • English
  • Chinese
  • Development" stage

Development" internship of 8 to 12 weeks maximum in France or abroad*.

* from the start of the 2021 academic year, one of the two 1st or 2nd year courses must be held abroad.

French and English track​ :

  • Specialisation in luxury management  
  • Specialisation in business development 
  • Specialisation in digital marketing & commercial management  

International track or international academic exchange


Full English track :

International track or international academic exchange

End-of-study internship of 20 to 24 weeks maximum in France or abroad* directly related to the chosen specialisation.

It is based on total immersion in a company or within an organisation of any kind and aims to reuse the knowledge acquired in training and the skills developed in previous internships. This end-of-study internship gives rise to a defence before a jury which evaluates both the substance and the form of the student's professional experience.

EDC Paris Business School has 4 double degree agreements with 3 different institutions abroad.

  • McGill University (Canada) : Applied Marketing
  • Academia de Studies Economics de Bucarest (Romania) : International Management
  • Dublin Business School -Griffith College (Ireland) : Business studies
  • McGill University (Canada) Entrepreneurship and Management

The grades and credits obtained are transferred to the curriculum for full recognition of the teaching received abroad.




From 1st year to 3rd year


For international students with a diploma equivalent to the baccalaureate or with 60 or 120 ECTS credits from an institution recognised by the official authorities of the country where it is located.

Admissions on application and motivation interview

  1. Content of the file :
  • Transcripts (last two years),
  • Copy of diplomas obtained,
  • Letter of motivation and two letters of recommendation,
  • A valid test of French as a foreign language for candidates who have not attended a French-speaking school.
  1. For successful candidates, the evaluation continues with two oral tests:
  • 1st oral test (duration 30 minutes) - motivation & suitability for the training objectives
  • 2nd oral test (duration 30 minutes) - English MCQ


​Post-baccalaureate admission on application and motivational interview, part of which will take place partly in English (non-eliminatory).


Start of School:

  • September 2021: Bilingual French/English and Full-English Track curriculum

Tuition fees:

  • French or European Union students:
    • €9200 / year*
    • 3rd year for work study program : €7900*

* Tariff in force for the school year 2022/2023

  • International students: €9 640




Professionals can apply to have their skills acquired in a professional situation recognized through a VAE process.

For more information, contact our Admissions Department by email at admissions@edcparis.edu or by phone at +33(0)7 64 77 50 38

Assessment procedures

During the academic curriculum, students are assessed in various ways:

- Exams are specific to the teaching cycle: during the 1st cycle, exams (MCQ, knowledge tests, and application exercises) are mainly aimed at assessing the acquisition of knowledge. Thereafter, students are evaluated mainly through case studies, role-plays and project presentations.

- A written report is required after every internship in view of demonstrating the acquisition of skills.


More generally, we use the following six levels of cognitive skills to assess our students:

- Understanding: quizzes, matching exercises, etc.

- Recognizing/Knowing: quizzes, matching exercises, etc.

- Applying : (practical exercises, simulations, etc.)

- Analyzing : (problem solving, case studies, etc.)

- Evaluating : (case studies, reviews etc.)

- Creating: (projects etc.)


Professors award bonus points for active participation, in class or on-line, when students contribute to a discussion forum.


  • Training combining academic excellence and professional experience with a pedagogical approaches aimed at putting the student at the heart of learning (case studies, project management, role-playing, Business Games, reverse class, blended learning, online support)
  • Membership in the EDC Paris Business School alumni community with more than 18,500 alumni (including 5,000 business owners)
  • Digital "Career Center" offering more than 3,000 internships and 2,500 job offers every year, as well as job search methods and tools

* The attribution of the RNCP certification is the responsibility of the certifier and is the subject of a specific process.


  • Digital, marketing and communication: digital project manager, community manager, digital communication officer, content manager
  • Commercial management: area manager, head of on-site or mobile sales team, key account engineer, sales engineer
  • International track: product manager, start-up consultant, export manager, business unit manager

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Day of preparation for the oral exams of the Sesame Competition from 6 to 7 p.m.
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Evening "Discoveries" ONLINE- Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
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