PGE Master’s Program

Programme Grande École (PGE), the flagship master’s program at EM Strasbourg, combines professional and personal development, academic excellence, and international immersion.


Going to another country enables you to better understand international issues, discover multiculturalism, and demonstrate your ability to adapt. We offer you a chance to totally immerse yourself in another country in two ways:  an exchange program at one of our 200 partner universities or one of our 15 dual degree programs. Let's go!  


At EM Strasbourg, we have built a curriculum that allows our students to develop their intercultural skills through contact with visiting faculty from partner universities and collaboration with the many international students present on-site. This guarantees a multicultural experience for students who choose the co-op track and thus forego the academic year abroad.

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    dual-degree programs via our partner university network

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    destinations in Europe

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    destinations in North America

Going Abroad — Leadership or Hybrid Track 


An Entire Year Abroad 

Students who choose the leadership or hybrid track study at one of our partner universities for a full academic year. This year abroad is a graduation requirement and takes place in second year for the hybrid and in third year for the leadership track. 


Dual Degree Program

EM Strasbourg has dual degree agreements with 15 partner universities worldwide. Choose this option and obtain a grande école master’s degree from EM Strasbourg as well as a degree from your host partner university.



Common to All Tracks



(Cross-cultural skills / Langage excellence / Uncommon activities / European leadership)

Created in 2018, CLUE is a unique set of courses and learning activities embracing cross-cultural skills, language excellence, uncommon activities, and European leadership. CLUE allows students to acquire intercultural management skills and an excellent command of the English language while deepening their knowledge of Europe, its values, and how its institutions work. The highlight of CLUE is a simulation game organized at the European Parliament where students play the role of a parliamentarian tasked with passing a law for the EU.



(Collaborative Online International Learning) 

Courses designed by EM Strasbourg's faculty in collaboration with a faculty member from a partner university enable students to discover both national and international educational perspectives by working with a class of students from the partner university. 

Their experience

"EM Strasbourg allows us to envision a career path that is adapted to our individual desires and aspirations. I chose the Marketing & Customer Relations major. I also got involved in the Sports Association and the Ecricome Team Challenge. Classes and community life allow me to combine my passion...

Clément Maurin

"Programme Grande École at EM Strasbourg was a natural choice. Going abroad for a whole year was really a great opportunity for me. I was also attracted by the community life at EM; it was the richest and most memorable experience of my years at the School."

Nina Wion

"I chose to participate in various associations. I started with Europe Études, the Junior Enterprise, then became president of the Team Challenge, and finally was appointed to head a section of the Sports Association. This allowed me to combine my experience with my passion. I also chose to major in...

Alexandre Gueguen

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