The Study Abroad Fair, that took place at the De Vinci Pole on November 14th, kept its promise to provide 3rd year students with all the information they need to prepare themselves for studying abroad.
Nearly 1,000 students visited the stands of the partner universities ESILV works with, where they found information about both study and placement/training period.
The Study Abroad Fair, organized by the International Relations Department, aims to prepare students for mobility period, a compulsory element in EMLV School of Business’5-year Grande Ecole Programme. Students in their third year of Undergraduate studies are expected to undergo an overseas study or work experience that can enhance a graduate CV and help in any career path.
The representatives of thirty partner universities travelled to La Défense Paris campus for these meetings. Universities such as Algebra University College Croatia, Abdullah Gül University in Turkey, School of Management and Engineering Vaud (HEIG-VD) Switzerland presented their programmes and facilities through video conference.
80 agreements across 20 countries around the world
Among the universities participating in Pole De Vinci Study Abroad Fair were top multidisciplinary institutions, carefully selected based on a number of criteria: academic quality, international curriculum and the quality of the international student experience.
EMLV establishes international exchange programmes with universities offering similar specialisations in accounting digital business, marketing finance, and human resources.
Here are some of the Asian universities participating in the De Vinci Study Abroad Fair:
- Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu, ranked 6th in China’s top-ranking applied economics programmes
- Siam University’s International Business Program in Bangkok, Thailand, ranked among the top 10 Thai institutions with most international students
- Putra Malaysia University in Kuala Lumpur, ranked among the top 50 recent universities in the world
Exchange programmes among European partner schools are offered by several top-ranked and globally recognised universities such as Coventry University, who has risen to the 15th place in the Guardian ranking, and Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS), the largest university of applied sciences in the northern Netherlands.
Students interested in pursuing their academic year on the other side of the Atlantic can choose between several American and Canadian universities such as :
- Pace University, located in the financial district of New York, a stone’s throw away from Wall Street, who has been ranked the #1 private, four-year college in U.S. for upward economic mobility by Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights
- University of Quebec at Chioutimi
Incoming exchange students have access to all courses provided during the 5-year Graduate Programme. EMLV School of Management has a network of 80 partner universities including 12 dual degrees opportunities.