They come from different parts of the world and from different study backgrounds, having different professional experience and skill sets, but have one thing in common: they focus on gaining skills needed to be players in the international business environment.
The MSc International Business provides 450 hours of learning, from October to the end of March, followed by a 6-month dissertation or internship in Paris.
Even though this full time one year program has a strong focus on the French Tech experience, offering several business tours and field trips to gain insight into business & management practices, all its aspects are entirely taught in English.
7 different visions, one focus : International Business
Priyanka, Stephen, Ivan, Sindhu, Prasath, Yaqi, Ahmad, MSc students of EMLV dream about an international career in different fields suchs as Management, Digital Marketing, Corporate Finance, Trade or Entrepreneurship.
Priyanka, from India, has seen her dream come true, as she got admitted in a Business School based in Paris, a comprehensive, up-to-date program which places significant emphasis on soft skills, management for multinational organisations, corporate partnerships and personalised tutoring.
“Coming here is a dream for me. This programme is entirely taught in English, it’s a full-time one-year program which includes six months of college and six months of internship. My course covers all aspects of business starting from marketing to accounting.” (Priyanka, India)
Ivan, from Argentina appreciates the complexity of the course and on the other hand, its synthetic approach.
“It blended International Business with Digital Strategy. There is 24 of us and 15 different nationalities.” (Ivan, Argentina)
For Stephen, from Ghana, MSc is an once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity.
“This whole experience has been one of the greatest experiences for me. The school played a major role in my preparation from Ghana to Europe, in terms of visa acquisition, the processes I had to go through to secure accomodation for myself.”
As many students struggle with complex administrative steps, having access to personalised support is a critical part for Sindhu, from India.
“The International Student Association that is present at this school is very approaching and they helped me with all the documentation.” (Sindhu, India)
It’s not all about studying!
Nestled snugly in Paris’ bustling La Défense business district, the Pôle Leonard de Vinci’s campus offers a broad range of sports activities and variety of resources.
“Sport is compulsory for all the students. There are more than 25 games and many active clubs in the university. Every Thursday and after my French class, I go to college stadium to play my favorite sport, handball.” (Prasath, India)
“Whenever I get time in weekdays, I usually go to the Davinci club and practice my dance”. (Priyanka, India)
In the same way, the Paris-based campus appeals to anyone who cherishes a lively atmosphere with loads of outings to various places of interest around the City of Lights and accessible Europe trips.
“We like to go to the museum, to the park, enjoying good food and often tea, or do some shopping.” (Yaqi,China)
“And also it’s at the heart of Europe, you can visit a lot of different countries nearby.” (Ahmad, Afghanistan)
“It’s a good hub, it’s a good base point to go everywhere in Europe because you don’t even have to fly, you take a bus at 10 o’clock and you arrive at 7 am, perfect time to get your coffee and start walking around.” (Ivan, Argentina)
Imagine putting yourself in those students’ shoes, preparing to dedicate yourself to a career that will reward and challenge them.
“I recommend to anyone who has a desire to study abroad to come to Paris, to get admitted to Léonard de Vinci and take a career growth. Be Vinci, be the change. ” (Priyanka, India)
You can find all the information about the MSc International Business at EMLV