EM Strasbourg Business School
EM Strasbourg Business School distinguishes itself by being the only business school in France that is part of an academic center of excellence, the University of Strasbourg. Their identity is determined by a forward-looking and novel vision of the socio-economic world and its environment. EM Strasbourg is in the same city as the European Parliament and as such, Strasbourg is considered by many as the center of Europe.
Every year, EM Strasbourg hosts around 500 exchange from over 200 partner universities worldwide. The business school is considered one of the premier business schools in Europe.
"By knowing people from around the world, I have more confidence now in knowing I have explored the world and have the confidence to go anywhere both for recreation or for work one day in the future."Christian Bautista, EM Strasbourg Study Abroad, AY 2019-2020
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Fall Semester: Mid September to late December
Spring Semester: Mid January to late April
Summer: Four Week Summer Program (dates vary)
The programs at EM Strasbourg are taught in both English and French. Courses are primarily business and management based. Students studying here will also take weekly intensive French language and culture classes.
Course offerings are located on the main student exchange page, under 'Simple Exchanges'.
Short-term Business Summer Program
EM Strasbourg annually offers two short-term summer programs that include business lectures, company visits and cultural excursions and activities. Programs vary, so please consult with the Study Abroad Coordinator for more information.
EM Strasbourg offers on-campus accommodation as well as off-campus, typically ranging from 170€ (±$208) to 570€ (±$700) per month.
To ensure comprehensive and quality coverage, all study abroad students are required to enroll in insurance that is provided through the designated Montana University System insurance provider. Please consult with the Study Abroad Coordinator for further information. This insurance is affordable with a typical semester averaging about $250.
Exchange students staying longer than 3 months must also pay into the French Social Security System, which provides basic medical benefits. This cost is roughly 220€ (±$270).
Students who wish to study abroad in France for longer than 90 days must have a visa before departure. The university will provide letters of acceptance and housing certificates to selected students in support of their visa application. It is also necessary to fill out an application on the Campus France website. Once the Campus France application process is completed, students will need to apply for their visas in person at the French Consulate in San Francisco, CA within 90 days of their departure to France. Various visa costs are associated with both Campus France and the actual visa.