For Undergraduate and Graduate students in the School of Business.
ESCEM: Summer Program in Tours, France
Language of Instruction: English with Survival French classes
Open to: Majors or Minors in the School of Business and Students in the MBA program
Deadline for Application to be received by ESCEM: 15 March 2011
ESCEM Applications available at: Office of the Coordinator of International Programs in LSF L103F or at the web links below.
Download the FMU Application: here
Web Links: http://www.escem.fr/summerprogramundergraduate
Web Links: http://www.escem.fr/summerprogramgraduate
Contact for more information: Stéphanie Lorgeoux, email@example.com
Please return both the FMU Application and the ESCEM application before March 01 to ensure that we have enough time to get the packets mailed to France before their March 15th deadline.
Graduate program: 3 week program from 25 June to 16 July
The price for the three week stay is 1100 € per participant. This price includes accommodation for one person, weekday lunches, selected evening meals, visits. Students will still be able to obtain 4 MBA credits (equivalent 8 ects credits).
This coming year, the business classes (one 15 contact hour course each week) will be “Marketing in Europe” and “Sustainable Development and Business in a European Context” during the first two weeks. A thrid course on "Mergers and Acquisitions: the European Framework" will take place during the third week. All classes place emphasis on group work and projects.
Students in the MBA program who complete the entire three-week session will earn credit for Management 750 at FMU.
Undergraduate program: 3 weeks from 2 July to 23 July
The price for the three week stay is 1050€ per participant. This price includes accommodation for one person, weekday lunches, selected evening meals, visits. The students will validate 8 ects credits.
The business classes, each comprising 24 contact hours and intersession assignments, will be “European Marketing” and “Global leadership”.
Both programs include a conference on European institutions, Survival French and an introduction to the Renaissance period thus allowing students to better comprehend the culture and identity of business and management in a European context.
Applications should be forwarded to me by March 15th at the latest. Payment will be expected further to formal acceptance.
Students will be accommodated in a modern hall of residence located in the 12 -acre park on the north banks of the Loire river. The domain goes back to the 16th Century with a magnificent view over the city center. Just a 10 minute walk from the popular Place Plumereau, students will be able to enjoy this advantageous central location, with a direct bus connection on their doorstep bringing them to the campus.