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The ESSCA School of Management founded in 1909 is currently one of the best French business schools. It has become accredited by three organisations and it belongs to the Conférence des Grandes Écoles for more than 30 years.
Located at eight different sites including five campuses available for non-French-speaking students in Angers, Lyon, Paris, Budapest and Shanghai, ESSCA’s international curriculum can boast of an international partner network of over 279 institutions in more than 55 countries.
ESSCA School of Management creates knowledge and develops responsible managers and entrepreneurs, while fully considering the human, ethical and economic dimensions of organisations in a multicultural environment driven by technology and social innovations.
This is achieved through high level academic and professional management programs, developed by research-active faculty, a strong student mentoring system and respect for the traditional humanist values on which the school was founded.
Degree program offered in Hungary, Budapest
BSc in International Management
The three-year study program in an educational environment with state-of-the-art technical infrastructure:
Year 1: Recognition of the environment of corporations and learning the methodology of business analysis
Year 2: Understanding the operations and tasks of companies, 1 semester abroad
Year 3: Opening to the international markets and making an own professional project
A major emphasis is placed on innovative project-based pedagogy centred on concrete cases that allow learning by experience. Students are mentored and guided to gradually develop the autonomy they will need in their future work environment.
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