Exchange Programs for Incoming Students
At EM Strasbourg, you can choose between two curricula as part of your exchange program.
Choose from a selection of courses in different areas of management at the undergraduate or postgraduate level taught in English or French. We also offer you the possibility of taking a French language course (beginner to upper-intermediate level) to improve your French.
We recommend this option to students who need flexibility in their course selection.
Enroll in a fixed undergraduate program (fall semester only). You will be able to take third-year courses from the Bachelor of International Business program, which are taught entirely in English.
We recommend this option to students who wish to study alongside French students enrolled in this specific program and benefit from predefined schedules.
Some Practical Information to Help You Get a Clearer Picture!
No prior knowledge of French is required if you only want to take courses taught in English. Level B2 in the language of instruction (English or French) is strongly recommended.
Grades and Credit Transfer
EM Strasbourg uses the French grading system which ranges from 0 to 20, with 20 being the highest grade. To validate a course set, you will have to obtain at least 10/20.
Grade conversion to other grading systems is carried out by your home university.
Take a look at the grading scale used at EM Strasbourg.
If you are on a university exchange, you will not receive a degree from EM Strasbourg.
Nomination and Application Procedures
Are you interested in an exchange program at EM Strasbourg? Contact your home university, which can provide you with information on the nomination and application procedures. Only partner universities can nominate students for an exchange program at EM Strasbourg (we cannot accept direct applications).
- For programs beginning in the fall semester, nominations are accepted until May 31.
- For programs beginning in the spring semester, nominations are accepted until October 31.
Nominations are made on the following platform and must be made by your home university: Nomination and application platform
Practical information sheets:
- Administrative Information
- Financial Information
- Living in Strasbourg
- Consulates and Embassies
- Mobilty Guideline
A Team Dedicated to International Students
In order to support you with your university exchange plans, we have created the International Relations Office. Our team will advise you during your stay in Strasbourg and help you find your place in your new academic, social, and cultural environment.
Come and meet us:
Building B, office B109
- Open every morning from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
- Afternoon by appointment only