Courses in English

With its network of more than 150 international partner institutions, EM Normandie has developed a wide range of teaching and research programmes grounded in the assets of the region and the quality of its staff.

You can find all the international programmes in the Guide to Business and Management programmes in French and English.







Bachelor in European Management

Bachelor in European Management - EM Normandie

Institutional certificate

ECTS credits : 60
(30 / semester)

Format and objectives

A 2-semester course intended as the final year of an undergraduate business education at bachelor level. The focus is on business in the enlarged European context.

An ideal springboard for doing business or further master’s studies in Europe.

Requirements

At least 2 years of undergraduate study in business-related subjects.

Level of English: TOEFL 79 (IBT) or IELTS 5.5 or suitable equivalent.

Where and when

Caen campus

Fall semester: September to December.

Spring semester: February to May.

Possibility of studying only one semester.


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Bachelor in European Business

Bachelor in European Business - EM Normandie

Institutional certificate

ECTS credits : 60
(30 / semester)


Format and objectives

A 2-semester course intended as the final year of an undergraduate business education at bachelor level.

The focus is on business in the enlarged European context.

Requirements

At least 2 years of undergraduate study in business-related subjects.

Level of French: DELF, B2, TEF 3-4 or equivalent.

Where and when

Caen campus

Fall semester: September to December.

Spring semester: February to May.

Possibility of studying only one semester.


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International Management - Master Year 1

International Management - Master Year 1 - EM Normandie

ECTS credits : 60

Format and objectives

A 2-semester course entirely taught in English. Associating action-based learning activities and classroom interactions, the curriculum provides the student with an international perspective on how to create and manage a business in a European context.

Requirements

At least 3 years of undergraduate study in business-related subjects or a Bachelor Degree.

Level of English: IELTS 6, TOEFL CBT 230, IBT 88 or TOEIC 790.

Where and when

Le Havre campus

Fall semester: September to December.

Spring semester: January to May.

Possibility of studying only one semester.


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MSc International Logistics and Crisis Management 

MSc International Logistics and Crisis Management - EM Normandie

ECTS credits : 90

Format and objectives

A 2-semester curriculum which aims to train logistics experts to cope in crisis situations. The students will have all the tools and methods to actively participate in dynamic and sustainable decision-making sectors such as third-party logistics providers, humanitarian organizations or any businesses striving for superior environmental and social performance.

Requirements

A 3-4 year undergraduate degree from a university or technical institute.

Level of English: IELTS 6, TOEFL CBT 230, IBT 88 or TOEIC 790.

Where and when

Le Havre campus

Fall semester: September to December.

Spring semester: January to May.

Internship and professional dissertation: June to December.


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MSc Cross-Cultural Marketing and Negotiation

MSc Cross-Cultural Marketing and Negotiation - EM Normandie

ECTS credits : 90

Format and objectives

A 2-semester curriculum designed to develop students’ knowledge, skills and personal qualities necessary to communicate with partners of various cultures, and to manage or work well in multi-cultural teams. Adds intercultural perspective to a business management education.

Requirements

A 3-4 year undergraduate degree from a university or technical institute.

Level of English: IELTS 6, TOEFL CBT 230, IBT 88 or TOEIC 790.

Where and when

Le Havre campus

Fall semester: September to January

Spring semester: January to May

Internship and professional dissertation: June to December.


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MSc International Events Management

and MA International Events Management

MSc International Events Management - Em Normandie

In association with the University of Brighton (UK)

ECTS credits : 90

Format and objectives

A 15-month double Masters course in International Events Management taught entirely in English at the French resort of Deauville. The programme’s goal is to develop student knowledge and skills in the field of events-related communication.

The MSc includes 2 field trips: Las Vegas and Paris with meetings with professionals of the events industry to know more about their business and an internship to train project managers for all aspects of tourism industry at world level.

Requirements

A 3-4 year undergraduate degree in business-related subjects. Or 2-year degrees with at least 5 years relevant experience.

Level of English: TOEFL CBT 230, IBT 88 or IELTS 6.5 overall and 6.0 in writing or degree obtained in an Englishspeaking institution.

Where and when

Satellite campus in Deauville

Fall semester: September to January

Spring semester: January to May

Internship and professional dissertation: June to December.


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MSc Supply Chain Management

and MA Tourism Management

MSc Supply Chain Management - Em Normandie

ECTS credits : 95

Format and objectives

A 2-semester curriculum which focuses on the strategic role of distribution networks and transportation infrastructures, and the progression towards the management of high level integrated value chain solutions and business processes.

Requirements

A 3-4 year undergraduate degree from a university or technical institute.

Level of English: IELTS 6, TOEFL CBT 230, IBT 88 or TOEIC 790.

Where and when

Le Havre campus

Fall semester: September to December

Spring semester: January to May

Internship and professional dissertation: May to December.


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