Since the end of August, Damien Adam has embarked on a significant academic and personal experience by participating in the Erasmus exchange program in Paris. This new adventure has led him to continue his studies in International Business at EMLV, a crucial step in his academic journey.
Participating in an Erasmus program in Paris while pursuing a business degree can be a transformative experience with far-reaching benefits for personal and professional development.
It equips students with the skills, knowledge, and perspective needed to thrive in an increasingly globalized and interconnected business world.
Studying abroad: expanding horizons and developing new skills
Living in the heart of the City of Light, a dynamic and multicultural metropolis, has provided me with a profound immersion in an international environment rich in opportunities.
This experience expanded my horizons and strengthened my ability to interact and collaborate with people from different cultures. This invaluable skill should serve me well in today’s increasingly globalized business world.
The academic adventure at EMLV
The academic aspect of this adventure is also remarkable. Studying at EMLV, a renowned institution, grants me access to high-quality education.
The teachers and resources available are top-notch, contributing to consolidating my skills in international business, and will provide me a global vision of international business through a deep understanding of the major business functions and strategic management skills in a digital and cross-cultural environment.
This quality preparation is essential as it brings me closer to my ultimate goal of pursuing a master’s degree at HEC Liège upon my return.
Boosting a career through an Erasmus in Paris
This Erasmus experience in Paris will be a significant asset for my future career. It will enable me to acquire essential skills, forge valuable connections within an international network, and prepare me for the exciting challenge at HEC Liège.
The Erasmus programme promotes the mobility of higher education students and staff within the European Union, the European Free Trade Association and the candidate countries. This Erasmus adventure in Paris is a crucial milestone in my journey. It represents an opportunity for my personal and professional development.
I sincerely thank all those who have supported me in this adventure thus far, and I look forward to sharing more experiences. An important chapter of my life unfolds, and I am determined to make it a success story.
About EMLV’s Erasmus partner universities
The network of partner universities has grown rapidly and now numbers around 70.
More than half of these partners are located in Europe, and more than two-thirds of mobility occurs within the EU, thanks to the Erasmus programme.
The forty or so existing European partnerships are being strengthened, and the EU network is expanding. Asia (notably India, China, and Korea) and the Americas are experiencing strong growth.