The EM Strasbourg Business School is recognised as the Business School of the University of Strasbourg. This model, inspired by international references, enables the combination of academic benefits and university support while relying on solid partners from the public sector, EM Strasbourg-Partenaires, involving 160 partner companies, and the network of its 11,000 alumni. Enjoying extensive autonomy with regard to its development policy, located within a first-rate academic environment and benefiting from an EPAS accreditation for its Grande Ecole programme, the EM Strasbourg Business School is internationally renowned and focuses on a global approach modelled on the EQUIS and AACSB accreditations.
The ambition of EM Strasbourg Business School is to train managers capable of adapting to the new challenges of global management and the digital economy. The School ensures that each graduate will master the cross-sectional and specialised knowledge and skills essential for business development throughout the world. It also places great emphasis on transmitting the values of sustainable development management, ethics and diversity.
EM Strasbourg Business School:
EQUIS and AACSB accreditations.
With the experience of the former IECS and former IAE, the EM Strasbourg Alumni Association aims at providing its alumni with more services:
As the intellectual, artistic and economic capital of Alsace, Strasbourg offers all the advantages of a large city, but at a manageable size. The city can boast an extraordinary array of architecture, excellent museums and a cycle and pedestrian -friendly atmosphere that make it a genuinely enjoyable place to live in, with a superb quality of life. Strasbourg is also one of the rare cities in the world whose city centre has been classified as a UNESCO world heritage site.
Strasbourg, student capital of eastern France Strasbourg is the largest student city in the east of France, with some 48,000 students. The city has proved highly attractive with foreign students, who make up some 20% of the total university student body and Strasbourg has the highest number of foreign students of all the towns and cities in France, just behind Paris.
Part of the explanation for this popularity comes from the city's geographic location as a border city in the heart of Europe.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Ecole de Management de Strasbourg!
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS we offer you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.