French , English et German
Full Time in M1 and Co-op in M2
Training skilled men and women who are aware of cultural variety in order to provide innovative responses to current managerial challenges—this is the objective of our Franco-German curriculum. This program, combining full-time study in the first year and co-op training in the second year, provides you with the tools you need to integrate and apply the specifics of intercultural management.
Objectives of the Program
Identify and analyze specific management issues related to a Franco-German / international economic context
Design solutions to solve the problems identified and apply the appropriate tools in different areas of management
Be able to develop, implement, and manage projects in a Franco-German / intercultural environment
Identify and understand the codes of Franco-German / international communication (language, nonverbal communication, culture, etc.) and be able to adapt effectively
Develop your oral and written communication in three working languages (French, German, and English)
Strengths of the Program
A mix between full-time study (first year) and co-op training (second year)
A dual degree: degrees awarded by ESB Business School and EM Strasbourg Business School
An international experience: first year at ESB Business School in Germany
A renowned program: no. 1-ranked master’s program in the MOCI ranking (2020, 2017, and 2015)
Comptabilité et finance
Their Experience at EM Strasbourg
With this course of study, employment opportunities are doubled: once we graduate, we can work in Germany and France. We are not only trained to work internationally, but we are truly specialized and valued in relation to accessing the Franco-German markets.
"I was attracted by this course that results in degrees in two countries: France and Germany. Its main asset, however, remains the time spent at the company over the two years of the apprenticeship. And then, the fact that, during the courses, you are in contact with French and German students also brings a lot!"
"I was attracted by this course that results in degrees in two countries: France and Germany. Its main asset, however, remains the time spent at the company over the two years of the apprenticeship. And then, the fact that, during the courses, you are in contact with French and German students also ...