Master in Management

La Rochelle Business School
  • Campus
    La Rochelle, Beijing and New-Rochelle
  • Accreditation
    • AACSB
    • EPAS
  • Qualifications
    • Master/MBA/MSc (5 years of higher education)
      Accredited by the French Government
  • Start date
    September

Warning message

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/home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/Render/Renderer.php(376): call_user_func('Drupal\\block\\Bl...', Array) #6 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/Render/Renderer.php(448): Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->doRender(Array) #7 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/Render/Renderer.php(195): Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->doRender(Array, false) #8 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/Template/TwigExtension.php(490): Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->render(Array) #9 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/sites/default/files/php/twig/5a283147d77d6_header.html.twig_URi0kK2sJd2mIgu6QGRtopeM-/1jpGdcGW7cOi-flmG1EMCIILs4vUVSu3i_GGaJUsUdo.php(53): Drupal\Core\Template\TwigExtension->escapeFilter(Object(Drupal\Core\Template\TwigEnvironment), Array, 'html', NULL, true) #10 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/vendor/twig/twig/lib/Twig/Template.php(432): __TwigTemplate_386542a61d183c63b59f6867d4f9504966378f2ce11d20480af66b307d93e9d0->doDisplay(Array, Array) #11 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Object(Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Event\GetResponseForControllerResultEvent)) #35 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/vendor/symfony/http-kernel/HttpKernel.php(64): Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\HttpKernel->handleRaw(Object(Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request), 1) #36 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/StackMiddleware/Session.php(57): Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\HttpKernel->handle(Object(Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request), 1, true) #37 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/StackMiddleware/KernelPreHandle.php(47): Drupal\Core\StackMiddleware\Session->handle(Object(Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request), 1, true) #38 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/modules/page_cache/src/StackMiddleware/PageCache.php(207): Drupal\Core\StackMiddleware\KernelPreHandle->handle(Object(Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request), 1, true) #39 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/modules/page_cache/src/StackMiddleware/PageCache.php(121): 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/home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/core/lib/Drupal/Core/DrupalKernel.php(656): Stack\StackedHttpKernel->handle(Object(Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request), 1, true) #45 /home/esclaroch/httpdocs/web/index.php(19): Drupal\Core\DrupalKernel->handle(Object(Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request)) #46 {main}.

Error message

  • Notice: Undefined variable: currentProfil in Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->_getItemsPremierSecondNiveau() (line 97 of modules/custom/sous_menu/src/Plugin/Block/SousMenuBlock.php).
    Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->_getItemsPremierSecondNiveau('main') (Line: 38)
    Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->build() (Line: 203)
    Drupal\block\BlockViewBuilder::preRender(Array)
    call_user_func('Drupal\block\BlockViewBuilder::preRender', Array) (Line: 376)
    Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->doRender(Array) (Line: 448)
    Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->doRender(Array, ) (Line: 195)
    Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->render(Array) (Line: 490)
    Drupal\Core\Template\TwigExtension->escapeFilter(Object, Array, 'html', NULL, 1) (Line: 53)
    __TwigTemplate_386542a61d183c63b59f6867d4f9504966378f2ce11d20480af66b307d93e9d0->doDisplay(Array, Array) (Line: 432)
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    Drupal\Core\Theme\ThemeManager->render('page', Array) (Line: 435)
    Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->doRender(Array, ) (Line: 195)
    Drupal\Core\Render\Renderer->render(Array) (Line: 490)
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    __TwigTemplate_444f338b59a21f52ce1e5e37cb7bb7977ef713ef85ed43275f7bfdd4e0c4a2fe->doDisplay(Array, Array) (Line: 432)
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    Twig_Template->render(Array) (Line: 64)
    twig_render_template('themes/esc_larochelle/templates/html.html.twig', Array) (Line: 384)
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  • Notice: Undefined variable: currentProfil in Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->_getItemsPremierSecondNiveau() (line 97 of modules/custom/sous_menu/src/Plugin/Block/SousMenuBlock.php).
    Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->_getItemsPremierSecondNiveau('main') (Line: 38)
    Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->build() (Line: 203)
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  • Notice: Undefined variable: currentProfil in Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->_getItemsPremierSecondNiveau() (line 97 of modules/custom/sous_menu/src/Plugin/Block/SousMenuBlock.php).
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  • Notice: Undefined variable: currentProfil in Drupal\sous_menu\Plugin\Block\SousMenuBlock->_getItemsPremierSecondNiveau() (line 97 of modules/custom/sous_menu/src/Plugin/Block/SousMenuBlock.php).
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Matar Mbaye
Head of Master in Management Matar Mbaye

Within the Master in Management programme, each student and each study path is unique. Thanks to a variety of both study tracks and experiences, you can personalise your own programme and highlight the elements of your studies that you consider the most important for your project. Although all students are awarded the same qualification at the end of the programme, a qualification that provide recruiters with a guarantee of your abilities, each of you will have had unique experiences which will be reflected on your CVs and therefore differentiate you from the next candidate.

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  • The Master in Management is open to students who have already studied for a minimum of 2 years since leaving High School (or international equivalent). The programme trains them for business careers and prepares them to become responsible managers who are aware of the impact of their decisions on their environment. This highly international programme offers several different possible tracks and students are able to tailor their programme to reflect their personal and professional project. In line with the most demanding professional standards, this Master in Management programme will guarantee both your employability and career development.


    The Master in Management is characterised by a series of pedagogical activities, professional experiences and experiential and intellectual challenges. 

     

    The benefits of the programme
     

    A three-fold specialisation: the key to success 

    In harmony with your professional project, you can personalise your programme through a three-fold specialisation:

    • Geocultural Zone: to learn about and understand the intercultural differences in management
    • Industry-specific: to provide you with a comprehensive knowledge of the issues and perspectives of the different business sectors
    • Job-specific: to develop the necessary professional competencies demanded by today’s recruiters

    In Year 3, you have the option of further strengthening your chosen specialisation by opting for a double degree MiM/MSc & MBA.
     

    International element: a global outlook throughout the programme  

    A minimum of 9 months to be spent abroad
    If you have the necessary desire and inquisitiveness, the world is within your reach from our La Rochelle campus! The choice of where to go is entirely yours.

    • On-campus: 40 nationalities are represented
    • Different study tracks: 
      • possibility of studying solely in English by choosing the English Track
      • possibility of spending one or two semesters studying on one of our associate campuses (Beijing or New York)
    • Academic expatriation (optional): 88 partner universities across the globe, with the possibility of studying for a double degree
    • Internships: you can choose to carry out your internships in a company abroad
    • Other unique and significant experiences: 
      • Humacité©: a 3-month obligatory project at the end of Year 1, to be carried out in France or abroad 
      • Cap Anglophone (linguistic and cultural immersion): a 6-week experience, obligatory in Year 1 

         

     

    Preparing you for the world of work: your employability is our priority

    A minimum of 9 months company-based internships 
    As a fundamental element of the programme, company-based experience can take different forms:

    • Work-study: A work-study track can be chosen in Year 2 and Year 3. Course content is in line with real life issues that you will experience during the time spent in a company
    • Internships: In Year 2 and Year 3, you will spend between 3 and 6 months carrying out internships
    • Gap year: You have the option of taking a gap year between Years 1 and 2 or Years 2 and 3. A gap year provides you with the possibility of even more professional experiences whether in France or abroad

       

    Creating virtual companies at School 

    This is the main focus for Year 2. Students are placed into groups of 10, and through a unique digital approach, they will spend the year working on the creation of a company, its management and how to deal with all business issues including company closure. At different stages of the company’s life, students have to learn how to produce various documents including requests for funding, justification of a business strategy, reaction to market data, dealing with company buy-out proposals etc. Following this assignment, these virtual companies can be converted into real-life companies.
     

    Support and guidance: helping you find your personal and professional path

    So as to guide you in your decision-making, a mentor will be on hand throughout your studies to help you plan and manage your personal and professional project. 
    Concurrently, you have access to both personal development tools (such as self-awareness workshops) and professional development tools (such as CVs and interview techniques).
     


    Programme in detail

     

    Year 1: acquiring the fundamentals and developing a global outlook

     

    Year 1 focusses on acquiring management fundamentals. Throughout the year, your mentor will guide you in your thought process and decision-making concerning your choice of study track. 

    Languages

    This year can be studied totally in English by opting for the English Track  
    2 Foreign languages: 

    • 1st Modern Language: English (studying for the TOEIC exam which evaluates your English proficiency for the global workplace – a score of 785 is required to pass)
    • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian, Spanish 

    Highlights of the year

    Cap Anglophone project

    6 weeks immersion in an English-speaking country.
    Objectives: 

    • to develop your ability to adapt to a new intercultural environment 
    • to encourage key skills such as open-mindedness, curiosity, the ability to listen and to react
    • to improve your English language ability

    This experience is a key part of the international track and is preceded by a preparation module ‘How to make the most of your Cap Anglophone project’.

    Humacité© 

    This 3-month project is a requirement for Year 1 of the programme.
    You will undertake a social, humanitarian or civic voluntary project in an NGO or an association, either in France or abroad. This is one of the unique features of Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle, which is committed to educating students to become future managers who are both responsible and conscious of the importance of their role in society. 

    Student associations

    As a great way to settle into school life and to help you develop team-working skills, your involvement in one of the School’s associations, sports clubs or the Group’s communication or promotional activities is a compulsory part of the programme and will be evaluated in Year 1.

    Business Game 

    Right from your arrival on campus, you will be placed in a team to participate in the ‘Business Game’. The purpose of this exercise is to make you aware of the importance of teamwork, develop your decision-making capacities in an unpredictable environment and to measure the impact of your actions on the strategy of a virtual company. This is your first management exercise and is also an excellent way of helping you settle into the School.
     

    Year 2: continuing to develop your professional project

    Whilst continuing your studies in management and administration, in Year 2 you start to specialise by making your first study track choices. Gradually you will hone your professional project and choose your future orientation. Your mentor will, of course, be there to support and guide you in this process.

    Languages 

    This year can be studied totally in English by opting for the English Track
    2 Foreign languages: 

    • 1st Modern Language: English (studying for the TOEIC exam which evaluates your English proficiency for the global workplace – a score of 785 is required to pass)
    • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian, Spanish

    Specialisations

    The three-fold specialisation is the keystone of the Master in Management Programme. It gives you the ability of developing your professional project around a geocultural zone, a specific business sector and a specific career.


    In Year 2, you begin your choice of specialisation by selecting: 

    • a Geocultural Zone
      • Europe
      • The United States of America
      • Latin America 
      • The Middle East
      • China

    Objectives
    This specialisation will help you learn about the different management techniques in the countries of your particular zone. You will also study the different cultural elements of the zone to enable you to interpret, analyse and understand the intercultural situations which you may experience in your future career.
    Each specialisation is taught in both French and English by experts in the aforementioned zones.

    • an Industry-specific sector
      • Commerce and Distribution
      • Finance
      • Industry
      • Luxury
      • New Technologies
      • Sport
      • Tourism

    Objectives 
    To strengthen your knowledge about a specific business sector, to determine the different professional environments that interest you and to understand the characteristics of this business sector in detail. Through this, you will be able to weigh up the employment potential of the sector and select your internships accordingly.


    Methodology    
    In a team of 3-5 students, you will undertake a monitoring project, carry out interviews with industry professionals and develop an exhaustive business process map detailing… the principal players, key figures, performance factors and competitive advantages, recent evolutions, future challenges, short-term and medium-term employment prospects, key industry-specific competencies etc.

    Tracks

    In addition to your choice of specialisations, in Year 2 you can select a specific study track.

    English 

    In choosing this track you will improve your English language ability and prepare for your academic expatriation. Conversely, those who chose expatriation in the first semester can choose this track in order to continue to speak and improve their English.

    Work-study 

    You can choose the work-study track as of Year 2, committing to a 24-month work-study period (Years 2 and 3). You will have to negotiate either an employment contract (contrat de professionnalisation) or an apprenticeship contract (contrat d’apprentissage) with a company. This will give you the opportunity of adding a professional business dimension to your studies by acquiring significant, real-life professional experience with important responsibility, whilst having your studies financed by the company.
    Format: 3 weeks company-based followed by 2-weeks School-based

    International

    If you have the required level of language ability (this level varies depending on the university chosen), you can select academic expatriation and study in one of our partner universities for either a semester or an entire academic year. If you are feeling particularly motivated, you can even choose to study for a double degree. 
    For all English-speaking options, you will need to have passed a TOEFL exam (to evaluate your English proficiency for pursuing academic studies). Similar exams in other languages (Spanish and German) are also organised at the School.

    For you to get the most from this expatriation on a cultural, linguistic and personal level, we limit the number of students assigned to the same destination.

    DSCG

    The Master in Management provides you with equivalences in DCG (Diplôme de Comptabilité et de Gestion – a management and accountancy qualification) and teaching units 3,6 and 7 of DSCG (Diplôme Supérieur de Comptabilité et de Gestion – a leading management and accountancy qualification). 
    By choosing the DSCG track in Year 2, you will study 4 additional DSCG modules:

    • DSCG Gestion juridique, fiscale de l’entreprise 1 (legal and tax administration of companies 1)
    • DSCG Droit pénal des groupes (company law)
    • DSCG Droit social (employment law)
    • DSCG Gestion juridique, fiscale de l’entreprise 2 (legal and tax administration of companies 2)

    Following this, in Year 3 you can choose to do a double degree Master in Management/MSc & MBA Audit and Consultancy, in order to complete units 1,2,4 and 5, 

    Association Management 

    This track is particularly aimed at students who have a keen involvement in the organisation of the School’s associations or who intend to create a business, or take over an existing one. If you choose this track, your timetable will be organised accordingly, courses will be pertinent and you will receive personalised support… in short, everything is coordinated to maximise your project’s chances of success. In Year 3, there is the possibility of continuing along this line with the Entrepreneurship track.
     

    Associate Campuses 

    You have the opportunity to carry out your academic expatriation in one of the Programme’s 2 associate campuses. Courses, taught by both lecturers from our partner university as well as lecturers from Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle, cover a different theme each semester:
    -    Semester 1: ‘Entrepreneurship’ at IONA College (New Rochelle, near New York, USA) 
    -    Semester 2: ‘Fast Growing Economies’ at Beihang University (Beijing, China)

    Professional experience 

    For students who are not on the work-study track, there is a compulsory internship at the end of Year 2. This 3-month internship may be carried out in France or abroad and must be of an operational nature with a direct link to your studies (marketing, purchasing, management, HR etc.). The aim of this internship is to evaluate your choice of specialisations (geocultural zone and industry-specific) whilst actually in-situ as well as experiencing the realities of being in a company.

    Consultancy Project – Year 2 and Year 3 students

    A team-based competition carried out within a limited time period and centred on a real business issue. For one week, students in Year 2 and Year 3 are placed into groups of 6 and become real consultants, analysing problems and making recommendations for real-life business matters. The 3 finalist teams present their work to their fellow students as well as to a panel of judges made up of research lecturers and business professionals from the project’s sponsor company.

    Gap year

    A gap year is optional and subject to certain conditions. The aim is to use this year to enhance your personal and professional project by carrying out internships or securing jobs that enable you to learn about, or further your knowledge of, the careers or industry sectors you have chosen. 
     

    Year 3: Specialising, and further developing your competencies

    This year will be spent honing your specialisation and finalising your professional project. You mentor will be on hand to guide you in your choices. 

    Languages

    Certain specialisations are available entirely in English. 

    Job-specific specialisation 

    To finalise your professional orientation, you will select a job-specific specialisation from the following:

    • either a major of the Master in Management, in one of the 3 key pillars of business:
      • Marketing
        • Marketing Management
        • Sales and Marketing
        • e-commerce
      • Management
        • International Project Management
        • HR Management
        • Entrepreneurship
      • Finance
        • International Corporate Finance 
        • Financial Management
    • or an MBA specialisation:
      • Audit and Consultancy
      • Banking, Insurance, Wealth & Real Estate Management
      • Sustainable Development, CSR & Environment
      • Purchasing & Supply Chain Management
      • International Business Strategy
      • Luxury Marketing & Customer Experience Management
      • International Sports Management
      • International Hospitality Management
      • International Event Management
      • MBA Pittsburg State University

    The MBA specialisation enables you to obtain a double degree without the need of lengthening your studies.

    Work-study

    You have the possibility of a work-study track in Year 3. You will have to negotiate an employment contract (contrat de professionnalisation) or an apprenticeship contact (contrat d’apprentissage) with a company. This will give you the opportunity of adding a professional business dimension to your studies by acquiring significant, real-life professional experience, whilst having your studies financed by the company.
    Format: 3 weeks company-based followed by 2-weeks School-based

    The work-study track is only available with the following specialisations:

    • Marketing Management (major)
    • Sales & Marketing (major)
    • HR Management (major)
    • Banking, Insurance, Wealth & Real Estate Management (MBA)
    • Sustainable Development, CSR & Environment (MBA)
    • Purchasing & Supply Chain Management (MBA)

    Business Game

    The objective of the Business Game is not only to further your knowledge, but also to apply the knowledge, savoir-faire and interpersonal skills that have been acquired to date. Your knowledge and competencies are assessed in a tangible, fun and interactive way, principally through drafting a management report. 

    Research thesis

    The aim of the research thesis is to evaluate your precision and report-writing skills.
    Focussing on a particular business issue, you will carry out theoretical analysis, undertake research, analyse the data and put forward recommendations.

    Professional experience

    For students who are not on the work-study track, there is a compulsory internship at the end of Year 3. This 6-month internship, undertaken in either France or abroad, must be of an operational and strategic nature, give you the opportunity to work autonomously and have a direct link to your professional project. This internship will place you in a pre-employment situation. 

  • The entire Master in Management has been developed around a multitude of experiences… some compulsory, others optional. Through these experiences, you will be able to shape a unique study track that reflects your preferences and aspirations.
     

    Student associations: preparing for your professional life

    With a focus on both collective and individual fulfilment, student involvement in the various associations is in keeping with the fundamental values of Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle.
    For students in Year 1, involvement is a requirement of the Master in Management. At the end of the year, you will be assessed on your contribution and commitment to the work carried out in one of the associations, sports clubs or as part of the Group’s communication or promotional activities.
    Throughout the year, you will be supported and supervised by the team of professionals at the Student Association Office.
     

    Humacité©: seeing the world differently

    A social, humanitarian or civic voluntary project in an NGO or an association, either in France or abroad. This is one of the unique features of Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle, which is committed to educating students to become future managers who are both responsible and conscious of the importance of their role in society. 
    Note that a 3-month Humacité© project is a requirement for all Year 1 students.
     

    Personal Development: one of our major objectives

    Throughout your entire studies, you will receive general support and guidance in the development of your personal and professional project. You will have some 40 helpful modules to choose from, focussing on themes such as self-awareness, CVs, interview techniques, understanding different careers, researching an internship, feedback on past experiences etc. In addition, a mentor is on hand to guide you in your thought process and choice of study track.
     

    International: à la carte

    You are totally free to choose the international dimension that suits you. The only compulsory element is the Cap Anglophone, a 6-week period of immersion in an English-speaking country. After that, you can opt for academic expatriation for one or two semesters and/or carry out your internships abroad.
     

    Companies: at the heart of your studies

    Company-based experience is one of the fundamental elements of your studies. Essential for developing your professional project and assessing your choices of specialisation, company-based internships are the best way to put theory into practice and help you finalise your career orientation. By the end of your studies, your CV will boast between 9 and 24 months’ company-based work experience… even more if you decide to take a gap year.
    Every year, Entreprises et Carrières (companies and careers) meetings are organised where French and international companies looking for interns, apprentices or young graduates, are invited to meet our students.
    In addition, an important feature of the Master in Management is the involvement of past graduates who contribute to the programme by sharing their experience and conveying good practice as well as supporting and guiding students in their search for internships or jobs.
     

    Work-study track: a springboard to the world of work

    The Master in Management offers you the possibility of choosing a work-study track in both Year 2 and Year 3 (for a period of either 12 or 24 months). Choosing the work-study track is choosing to boost your professional experience. This can often be the differentiating element on a CV as it proves you have already had significant work experience. Throughout your work-study path, you will receive support and guidance from both a School mentor and an industry professional from the company in which you work. They will help you adapt to the working environment and ensure that the projects assigned to you are pertinent, reflect your level of knowledge and are carried out smoothly and efficiently.
     

  • Length of time required to secure a job

    98.6 % of our graduates secure employment within 6 months of graduating 
     

    Salaries

    € 38k: average annual starting salary 
    € 46k: average annual salary after 3 years
     

    International

    85 % find a job with an international dimension
    Our graduates work in all business sectors across the 5 continents. Principal countries are:  Germany, United Kingdom, Mexico, Spain, China, Canada, Poland, United States of America, Luxembourg, Belgium, Panama, Chile, Ireland, Indonesia, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, India, Israel, Sweden.

     

  • Fees for academic year 2017-2018

      European students* Non-European students*
    Year 1 € 9800 € 11500
    Year 2 € 9950 € 11750
    Year 3 € 9950 € 11750

    These figures are provided as a guide and are subject to change every year.

    *28 member states of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom

    Financing your studies

    Click here for further details on the cost of studying in La Rochelle

     

  • The following table outlines the admissions procedure for candidates who hold (or are currently studying for) a non-French degree.

      Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
    What happens? Online application Admissions interviews via Skype
    • Admissions test results are released 
    • Deposit to be paid
    Administrative assistance Proof of academic level required
    How? Submission of application documents With a personal interview and language oral test
    • Results sent by email
    • Payment to be made online
    Assistance with visa application procedure and accommodation Provide proof of qualifications and language level

    Step 1

    CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE APPLICATION
    ADMISSIONS FEE

    An admissions fee of € 50.00 is required (to be paid by bank transfer or credit card)

    LIST OF SUPPORTIVE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED (TO BE SENT BY EMAIL)
    • motivation letter
    • academic reference letter
    • proof of current academic level (exam certificate/s or letter from current academic establishment etc.)

    Click here to submit application documents

    Step 2

    DETAILS OF ADMISSIONS TESTS
    Personal interview (in French or English depending upon the chosen track) Personal interviews are conducted by a panel made up of a member of staff from Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle and a working professional 25 mins.

    One of the following written tests
     
    Tage-Mage (Test of Management and Administration Aptitude), CAT, GRE (Graduate Record Examination), GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test), PAT (Pass-world Test) or équivalent 1 to 3 hrs
    UPCOMING ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

    Throughout the academic year, admissions tests are organised every Tuesday, by Skype. The following table details the next deadlines and associated interview dates.

    *The exact dates and times will be sent via email a few days beforehand.

    Step 3

    ADMISSIONS TEST RESULTS

    Candidates will receive notification of their admission or non-admission, by e-mail, within 6 days following their interview.

    If you are admitted, you must:

    • pay a € 3000.00 deposit by the specified deadline (this amount will be deducted from your annual tuition fees)

    Step 4

    CONFIRMATION OF ENROLMENT

    You will receive confirmation of pre-enrolment as well as confirmation of accommodation which are necessary for your student visa application.

    Click here for administrative assistance

    Step 5

    CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE

    To confirm your final acceptance, you must provide proof of your current qualifications and language ability (before 30th June 2018):

    English-Track et French-Track Programmes B2*

    * Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

    Proof of language ability is NOT required if…

    • you come from a country where the official language is the same as that of your chosen track
    • you hold a qualification issued in a French-speaking country and are applying for a French track
    • you hold a qualification issued in an English-speaking country and are applying for an English track

    Please note that only official certificates will be accepted.

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