Wine Business Summer Program – Admission
The Wine Business Summer Program is open to students coming from all disciplines with a strong interest in the wine industry and a good command of English.
What you need to apply:
- Copy of your passport
- Transcripts in English of your degrees from higher education level
- Copy of your international insurance (for more information, please visit the Practical Information page)
- A good command of English; English Proficiency test for non-native speakers: TOEFL IBT 90, IELTS 6.0, TOEIC 850, BULATS 65, Cambridge B2 First, Duolingo 105 or English letter attesting to the level of the student.
Native English speakers or candidates who have had two years of courses taught in English are exempt.
- Recent CV/Resume
- Authorization for use of image (available on the application platform)
Step 1: Complete your online application
Our application process is entirely online at ieseg.fullfabric.cloud. Create your account and complete your application file with your personal details, academic path, motivation to join the program and upload your supporting documents.
You may save your work until you are ready to submit the application portfolio.
Application deadline for July intake:
- April 30th, 2023
Step 2: Admission Decision
Once your application is complete, you will receive the admission response by email.
Step 3: Proceed to the payment of fees
Once your application is complete, and you have been admitted to the program, you will need to pay the total fees via Flywire* (on the application platform) to confirm your place in the program.
*Flywire provides a secure global payment network that simplifies paying your fees from your home country. Payment options can include bank transfers, credit cards, e-wallets and more, in your home currency.
*Please note, that students from IÉSEG Partner Universities benefit from a 10% discount on the tuition fee (Topic-based Courses).
**The housing package includes housing (in single rooms and WiFi) and a diverse extracurricular activities.
IÉSEG Summer Merit-Based Scholarship
IÉSEG School of Management has the pleasure to announce a Scholarship Program for the IÉSEG Summer Program.
IÉSEG provides merit-based aid for a limited number of its most qualified candidates. The scholarship covers between 25% and 50% of the tuition fee (Topic-based Courses), based on academic merit of the chosen candidate. No financial documentation is required.
Students can submit a scholarship application on our online platform after applying to one of our Summer Programs.
The scholarship is intended for students who have been admitted to and attend one of IÉSEG Summer Programs. All applicants must be currently enrolled in a degree‐granting program at the undergraduate or early graduate level. Students in business, management, and economic studies, as well as other disciplines, are strongly encouraged to apply.
Supporting documents to be submitted
- Personal Statement (500 words): Tell us about your academic interests and discuss any experience or extra-curricular activities that may be relevant. Describe the goals you hope to achieve while studying at the IÉSEG Summer Academy in Paris.
- Two letters of recommendation from professors in the applicant’s field of study (need to be sent directly by the teacher at email@example.com)
Merit-Based Scholarship deadline: May 1st.
Any applications or information provided after the deadline will not be considered.
In order to participate in the IÉSEG Summer Programs, students are required to have valid individual or university insurance covering them for:
- medical expenses
- travel and repatriation
- Civil liability
(Please send copies of your insurance (in English) along with your application).
It is highly recommended to check with your insurance whether they will also cover your personal liability during your stay in France.
All students from EU/EEA countries must bring a valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), obtainable in their own home countries. Expenses related to dental care and illnesses contracted before arrival in France are not covered.
It is the student’s own responsibility to make insurance arrangements for any accident, illness, injury, loss or damage to persons or property resulting from, or in any way connected with the study period in France.
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