In order to provide the best possible support for first year students who already have a good level of English, EMLV offers the possibility of following its Grande Ecole Programme in “full English” over 5 years:
In order to provide the best possible support for first year students who already have a good level of English, EMLV offers a 5-year “full English” course.
The international track is taught, in part, by international professors. This track allows students to rub shoulders with international students (French or non-French speaking) who join EMLV in the first year, as well as with international professors from different continents, thus bringing a multicultural dimension to the content of their teaching.
The interest for the student is to quickly become at ease with the English language in order to consider an international stay in the best foreign partner universities – generally very selective on the level of language – and to put all the chances on their side to apply to big companies in order to obtain their internship abroad.
In addition to being taught in English, the course content emphasises the international dimensions and issues of the subjects covered, through dedicated teaching approaches: case studies on international subjects, comparative approaches, etc.
Without this being an obligation, the first year’s business discovery internship can take place abroad, for those who wish and have the possibility to do so. In order to benefit from this comprehensive learning experience, it is necessary to be surrounded by a highly qualified teaching team. The teachers come from all over the world and pass on their knowledge in English. Here, students not only learn a new language but also discover educational methods different from those practiced in France.
With the widespread use of English throughout the world, the English language has become essential to master. Nearly one in two EMLV graduates works in an international environment from their first job, whether in France or abroad.
In a context of globalisation, the international track prepares students for international experience from the first year and even before expatriation in the third year.
Studying 100% in English is, above all, a way of becoming perfectly bilingual. Today, recruiters are very attentive to their new employees’ mastery of English, especially if the company has international activities. As bilingual profiles are more sought after, employers do not hesitate to offer positions of responsibility to attract and retain employees.
English remains an essential skill that graduates will find at the end of their studies. It is an undeniable asset on a CV when students apply for internships abroad (third year) or for a first position with an international dimension.
EMLV welcomes foreign students and has an international mobility policy. The mastery of English encourages exchanges on campus, during semesters spent abroad, at the school or in a company. Internationalisation ‘at home’ is based on interactions with international students from EMLV and the Pôle Léonard de Vinci who are present on site, via associations such as the ESN (European Students Network).
The interest for the student is to quickly become comfortable with the English language in order to consider an international stay in the best foreign and partner universities – generally very selective on the level of language – and to put all the chances on their side to apply to large companies in order to obtain their internship abroad.