École de Management de Normandie: Le Havre - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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  • Location(s): Caen, France
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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Ecole de Management de Normandie was founded in 1871 in Le Havre, Normandy, France. One of the oldest Business Schools in France operating as a non-profit higher education and research institution under the 1901 Act, EM Normandie has two main camp... read more

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My study abroad experience was very worth while. I think the most challenging part was dealing with the unknown when it came up. This experience has made me want to return and travel more not in France but throughout the world. - University of North Dakota View Entire Review

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Ecole de Management de Normandie was founded in 1871 in Le Havre, Normandy, France. One of the oldest Business Schools in France operating as a non-profit higher education and research institution under the 1901 Act, EM Normandie has two main campuses, in Caen and Le Havre, as well as an associated campus in Deauville. The Board of Trustees is currently chaired by François Raoul-Duval, and Jean-Guy Bernard has been the Executive Director General since 2004.

The international dimension plays an important role in the School's organisation. 

Various initiatives reinforce the internationalisation of the programs and give to students the opportunity to get an exposure to the rest of the world. As a result of this policy, the Ecole de Management de Normandie has partnerships with more than 150 carefully selected universities and is regularly creating new ones.

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