Study Abroad in French Riviera
Choose from a wide range of business, communications, and liberal arts elective courses that offer an international perspective. Take advantage of SKEMA’s unique setting in a research and technology park (a.k.a. Europe's own "Silicon Valley") to develop the skills you need to thrive in today’s global economy. Business, communications, and liberal arts classes are taught in English, while instruction is available in multiple languages; this program has no language requirement, so you can truly build a curriculum to meet your needs. You'll attend class alongside local and other international students for an integrated experience in an innovative setting.
|Semester/Term||Eligibility Requirements||Rec. Semester Credits|
|Semester||2.5 Min GPA; High School Graduate; All levels of French||12-16|
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Where You'll Study
Renowned as one of Europe’s most prestigious business schools, the SKEMA Business School offers courses taught in English and courses accredited by AACSB. You’ll attend classes with French and other international students at this small, private university. Students will receive a transcript SKEMA Business School upon completion of their program.
- Pre-Departure Advising
- Airport Pickup
- 24/7 Onsite Emergency Assistance
- Excursions & Cultural Activities
- and more
- St. Tropez
- Cannes & St. Marguerite Island
- Monaco-Monte Carlo
- and more.
CEA has several ways to help you fund your program, including scholarships, grants, and vouchers. Find out more about what we have to offer.Learn more about funding
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|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall Semester||2019||03/01/2019 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.