Every summer, EM Strasbourg Business School organizes two sessions of the International Summer School program for students coming from our partner universities.
Every summer, EM Strasbourg Business School organizes one or two sessions of the International Summer School program for students coming from our partner universities.
Studying in the heart of Europe, the students take courses in European business and European integration while at the same time improving their French language skills. A number of courses are taught by guest faculty from around the world. The courses are complemented by a variety of corporate and cultural visits.
Undergraduate and graduate students from partner universities may participate in our Summer School program. This program is ideally suited to business students from all specializations and/or international studies students. Students from other majors may also be considered. Please contact us for further information.
All classes, lectures, and visits will be held in English. Level B2 in English is required. No prior knowledge of French is required; however, beginner French classes are available to all students. Please note, intermediate level classes may be requested but are subject to availability.
Grades and Credit Transfer
The courses in the program amount to 15 ECTS credits (7.5 US credit hours).
Kindly note that students are required to take all classes on the syllabus.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a grade transcript.
EM Strasbourg Business School uses the French grading system, which ranges from 0 to 20, with 20 being the highest grade.
You can consult the grading scale used at EM Strasbourg.
Grade conversion into other grade systems is done by students’ home universities.
Students are accommodated in private residence halls near the School. Further information will be sent to applicants.
Nomination and Application Procedures
EM Strasbourg will inform partner universities on nomination and application procedures. We do not accept applications from students directly.