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1 International Exchange Programmes Fact Sheet 2011-2012 Lille & Nice Campus

2 EDHEC Business School is pleased to welcome exchange students to join one of our international programmes, taught in French or in English, at the Undergraduate or Graduate level. EDHEC is a French Business School affiliated to the Catholic University in Lille. Its three campuses (Lille, Nice and Paris) have an enrolment of over 5,000 full-time students and are offering highly competitive business degrees at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. Ranked among the top five programmes in Management in France, EDHEC is one of the few management schools with the three AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditations. The school has a selective national entrance examination and recruiters appreciate our candidates’ broad academic knowledge, competence in two foreign languages (in addition to French) and experience gained from practical internships carried out throughout Europe. EDHEC is currently pursuing contacts at the Graduate level with more than 100 select institutions world-wide. DeanOliver OGER Director International Relations & Marketing Richard PERRIN Institution ID CodeF LILLE 15 Institution Information website for partner institutions and students: (Blackboard platform) Username: partner, password: guest. Click on EDHEC Lille-Nice: Exchange Studies CONTACT International Relations Office

3 PROGRAMMES Nice Campus In English: M1: Financial Economics Track M2: MSc in Finance MSc in Corporate Finance MSc in Management Control MSc in Financial Markets * Lille Campus In French: Bachelor level: Grande Ecole programme In English: M1: Business Management Track M2: MSc in Marketing Management MSc in Entrepreneurship MSc in Arts & NGO Management MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy MSc in Legal and Tax Management ACADEMIC CALENDAR M1: Master level 1 M2: Master level 2 All MSc programs have limited number of participants *For this program special academic background is requested. Please refer to >> Study programs Summer School New Summer Programme 2011: « Strategies for Europe » Contact :

4 APPLICATION & NOMINATION PROCESS FRENCH LANGUAGE COURSES EDHEC offers French language courses to visiting students free of charge. Available both on the Lille and Nice campus. Regular term courses (Fall and Spring semester) Several levels will be offered (beginner, intermediate, advanced/Business French) For further information please refer to Blackboard ACCOMODATION For further information please refer to Blackboard at These options are on a first come, first serve basis so it is best to reserve early as student housing is on high demand. NICE CAMPUS Only off-campus accommodation available: room in student residence will be proposed to nominated students. Please contact directly RESIDENCE AZUR CAMPUS 3, AGENCY GILETTA or AGENCY DOMUS. Please note that housing assistance is possible only via these contacts. LILLE CAMPUS One on-campus option is proposed to nominated students in the EDHEC residence. There are 2 options In the residence: kots and private studios. Our partner, the Catholic University of Lille, also has student residences which are open to EDHEC students. We suggest other off-campus options when offers are made available to us.

5 VISA & RESIDENCE PERMIT Visa: Prior to your departure, please check on the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs ( whether you are required to apply for a visa or not. If you do not have a European passport, you must have a visa to study in France (even if you have a residence permit from an European country). Exchange students are requested to provide the International Relations Office with all official mandatory documents (Please refer to Blackboard website: ) on the day of the Welcome Session. Students who do not provide these documents cannot be HEALTH / MEDICAL COVERAGE Visiting students coming from EEC countries must submit their European medical card. Citizens from Quebec must submit the SE-Q-106 form. Other students: For a stay in France shorter than 3 months: Students must take out a special personal health insurance policy valid in France and for the period of their stay in France. Proof of their health insurance will be asked upon arrival. For a stay in France longer than 3 months: Students must take out the French national health insurance scheme (sécurité sociale, approximately €200). It is mandatory (even if you have your own personal insurance in your country) under French law. Visiting students older than 28, no matter their nationality or duration of stay, will be required to take out an international medical plan. Proof of their health insurance will be asked upon arrival.

6 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Since the first few months in a new country and a new city can be particularly difficult for international students, the International Relations Office offers a number of services in order to ease this transition, such as a welcome session and orientation program for new exchange students, French courses, help in acquiring a residence permit, and assistance in finding accommodation.

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