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Student Mobility

Student Mobility for Undergraduate Students

Bachelor of International Management (all majors)

All students are required to undertake a mandatory mobility to one of the French campuses in the Year 2 fall semester (September to December). Students also have the option to have mobility in the Year 3 fall semester (September to December).

All students are required to have a mandatory mobility to one of the French campuses in Year 2 fall semester (September to December). Students also have the option to have a mobility in Year 3 fall semester (September to December).

Dual Recognition Upon Graduation

Students may be eligible for a dual qualification if the required conditions are met.

The following campuses offer the BIM programme*

Le Havre Campus
Located next to the coast, Le Havre offers an ideal living environment in the heart of a city that encourages cultural, sporting, and social activities. The high-tech campus welcomes students from all over the world in resolutely international-oriented courses.
Dublin Campus
Dublin is an atypical, cosmopolitan and dynamic city, cradle of GAFAs. The Dublin campus welcomes its students for 100% English teaching in an environment full of traditions and energy.

Student Mobility for Postgraduate Students

Within the framework of exchange agreements signed by Ecole de Management de Normandie with the institutions concerned, students might choose to spend an academic study stay of 1 semester (September- December) in EM NORMANDIE French campuses delivering the masters programs. Such exchanges imply that:

Le Havre campus

Want to study on the waterfront? Only 2 hours from Paris, Le Havre is an international metropolis with one of the largest ports in Europe, but also a charming seaside resort in the city. Between land and sea, the city offers an ideal living environment to study and enjoy the coastline. 

The Le Havre campus is the place par excellence for specialisations linked to logistics, maritime and port activities and is also the totem of EM Normandie’s digital transformation. A 14,000 m² open and futuristic campus inaugurated in 2020 offering numerous training and living spaces, “full digital” and modular classrooms to encourage interaction and creativity.

Dublin campus

Dublin is an atypical, cosmopolitan and dynamic city, home of the GAFAs. The Dublin campus welcomes its students for a 100% English education in an environment full of tradition and energy.

The Dublin campus, which opened in 2017, is strategically located between the booming business centre and the city’s liveliest neighbourhoods, the ideal place to capture the atmosphere of this unusual city. On this campus, all courses are taught in English by native professors. The campus has made business and digital marketing its main areas of specialisation.

Boston campus (2025)

Located 300 km from New York, its East Coast neighbour, Boston embodies academic excellence and lives to the rhythm of its students. With over 70 institutions, the city is home to more than 250,000 students from all over the world. This high concentration of universities contributes to the city’s dynamic, avant-garde atmosphere. 

This new campus, located within UMass Boston College of Management, a world centre for higher education and a major port on the East Coast of the United States, will open its doors at the start of the 2025 academic year. To date, more than 300 of the School’s students have spent a semester studying there.

Oxford campus

Just a stone’s throw from the world’s oldest and most prestigious Anglo-Saxon university, the Oxford campus is located in a historic setting in the heart of the city and only 2 hours from London and its financial centre. 

Opened in 2014 as part of the British Study Centre, the campus is located close to the renowned University of Oxford. The campus is becoming an exceptional destination for students wishing to be taught entirely in English by native speakers. With its close proximity to London, the campus has made international law and fintech its main areas of specialisation.

Caen campus

Only 2 hours from Paris, Caen is known for its dynamic student life, its cultural venues and its famous student carnival, the largest in Europe. With its growing economic development and quality of life, the city of Caen has everything it takes to welcome students looking for a privileged study environment. 

Extended in 2006 to meet the standards of the best business schools, the Caen campus is located a few minutes by tram from the city centre, at the heart of a research and training centre. It has made territorial development, marketing and innovation its main areas of specialisation. In a city on a human scale, it is the ideal place to study, expand one’s network and take advantage of the richness of the community life.

Paris campus

In France’s leading student city, take advantage of the capital’s economic effervescence and enjoy an unparalleled social, cultural and sporting life. An international and cosmopolitan city par excellence, Paris is just like EM Normandie: open to the world, rich in cultural diversity, conducive to exchange and sharing.

Inaugurated in 2022, the Paris campus is ideally located at the gateway to Paris (17th arrondissement), in the heart of an urban area undergoing a complete overhaul in which more than 7,000 companies are located, including the headquarters of L’Oréal, Etam, Monoprix, SNCF, Amazon France, etc. With its resolutely modern architecture, its state-of-the-art facilities, its many work and student life areas and its eco-responsible design, this new campus designed by the famous architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte has everything to please!

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