IÉSEG School of Management offers more than 200 courses taught in English. Students can choose courses in our 5-year Grande École Programme. We offer a 3-year Bachelor of Business Administration program covering the fundamentals of management, in which courses are taught in both French and English. However, the BBA can be fully studied in English. In our 2-year Master of Science in Management (Msc) in which the students deepen their management knowledge and choose a specialisation, courses are taught entirely in English. However, the BBA can be entirely studied in English. At the master’s level (Master of Science in Management), courses are taught entirely in English. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information available at the time this catalog is prepared, the institution reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice.
In the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), the normal workload for a full-time student is 30 credits per semester. The number of contact hours varies depending on the format and level of a course. Thus, students usually have to attend from 8 to 15 courses per semester to get 30 ECTS. We recommend that exchange students take a minimum of 20 credits per semester.
All exchange students have access to our bachelor’s courses. Master’s and bachelor’s students having completed at least two years of coursework have access to masters-level electives, namely, Extensive (one-semester long), and Intensive (one-week long).
Nominated students should have a good command of written and spoken English to ensure they can follow lectures and complete written/oral assignments and examinations competently. No official language test is required (French or English).
Check out the explanation of the ECTS course codes.
You will be directed to the Université Catholique de Lille general course catalog for course descriptions (this is the online catalog).
For each of your searches, do not modify the following options:
- Keywords: nothing ;
- School or Faculty: IÉSEG ;
- Domain: All ;
- Academic year: 2017-2018.
- Language of instruction: Choose courses according to the language in which they are taught: Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or All. Most courses taught in languages other than French and English are language courses.
- Term: Choose S1 for fall semester (August – December) and S2 for spring semester (January – May)
Bachelor’s courses: Enter the following options: Level: the 2nd “Bachelor” option ; Year of study: 1 for 1st year, 2 for 2nd year, 3 for 3rd year of our bachelor’s program (our BBA is a 3-year program).
Master courses: Enter following options: Level: Master; Year of study: All. Majors in Marketing, Finance, Negotiation & Sales Management, Management / HR, Management of Information Systems, Operations Management, Audit Control, International Business, Economics and Strategy, Quantitative Methods.
Language courses: Enter the following options: Language of instruction: Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or All ; Level: transversal.
Then click on “detailed sheet” near course titles to open a course description, which will outline the following: level, semester, language of instruction, amount of ECTS credits, prerequisites, learning outcomes, course description, class type and assessment.
FLE Courses (French as a foreign language) are offered each semester at no extra cost for exchange students during Fall and Spring semesters: French for Beginners, Business French and Advanced Business French. Students take a French language test during the orientation seminar, and then are divided in groups according to their level.
Document to download: Learning Agreement
Download this document, complete it with your course selections, have it approved and signed by your home university and add it to your application. Course registration is done during the mandatory orientation seminar. During that week, students will be able to see if there is any course overlap with timetables available on our intranet. Our academic advisors will help students with their course schedules.
Students have three weeks after the orientation week to add and drop courses.