FAQ Grande Ecole Program
About the Program
When you join us here at IÉSEG, you will either be studying from our Paris Campus in the vibrant and bustling business hub of La Défense or at our original campus in the picturesque city of Lille.
Grande École Program students have the opportunity to obtain a degree from a partner university through the exchange programs.
More information on the “Master Cycle” webpage.
The apprenticeship program is reserved for students who have the right to work in France full time, i.e. French or EU Nationals. Students in this program also need to speak French fluently as some courses are offered in French.
Yes, it is possible to do a PhD after the program once you graduate from the Grande École Program.
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IÉSEG is fully recognised by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation is evaluated every five years by the national public agency for higher education and research assessment (HCERES).
IÉSEG is a non-profit school under contract with the state. IÉSEG is also authorised by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation to deliver the ‘Grade de Master’ for its Grande Ecole Program.
More information on the accreditations and labels:
All international students in France with a standard student visa have the right to work for 20 hours a week. However, a good level of French is usually required in order to be able to find part-time jobs. Some programs at IÉSEG program are very intensive and it can be difficult to find free time to hold a part-time job.
Admission and Fees
The entrance exam is open to students holding an undergraduate degree preferably in Economics, Management, or Finance.
Admission procedure is different for students living in and outside of France.
More information on the admission webpage.
Admission procedure is different for students living in and outside of France. More information on the admission webpage.
It is not possible to join the Master program in the 2nd year.