Bachelor
in Tourism & Hospitality Management

  • Languages
    • English
    • French
  • Location
    La Rochelle, Tours
  • Accreditation
    • TEDQUAL
  • Qualifications
    • Bachelor (3 years of higher education)
  • Start date
    • September
    • January
Marie-Virginie Connac
Head of the Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality programme Marie-Virginie Connac

The Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality Management has been conceived as a ‘tailor-made’ Bachelor, with students creating their own programme in line with their professional project and ambitions. By the end of their studies, students will have chosen both an industry-specific and a job-specific specialisation, and will be ready to embark on a career in this rich and diverse industry.

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  • The Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality Management is a 3-year post-High School programme from La Rochelle Tourism & Hospitality School

    The Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality Management is a 3-year post-High School programme, open to students who have graduated from High School or international equivalent, or who have already completed one or two years of post-High School education. Admissions are via a selective entrance test.

    This programme prepares students for a range of careers in tourism including leisure management, hospitality management, event management and destination management. It trains students to be versatile, operational managers at a middle management level and acts as a springboard for further studies such a Master in Management or Masters of Science (MSc).

    The Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality Management programme is characterised by its strong international dimension, fully preparing students to enter the world of work. In addition, throughout their studies students benefit from personalised guidance given by tourism industry professionals, all former graduates of this programme.

    It is a versatile study programme that encompasses all the different aspects of the tourism industry. It covers the fundamentals, including new managerial approaches and progressively offers students the choice of industry-specific specialisations. The programme provides many possibilities of putting theory into practice, not only in the different course modules taught but also through the experiences that students will have throughout the world.

    New! Campus in Tours!Campus Tours Bachelor Tourisme
    In September 2020, La Rochelle Tourism & Hospitality School will welcome its first Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality Management students at its new campus in Tours. The programme will be taught by professors and lecturers from Excelia Group.

     

     

    Year 1: Acquiring the fundamentals of management and tourism
    You will discover the fundamentals of management related to the tourism industry and learn about the different actors and tourist destinations. Throughout the year, you will have regular contact with industry professionals through your courses, job day, business weeks, Eductour, conferences and business forum.

     


    LANGUAGES

    This year can be studied in either French or English:

    • French Track: 80% taught in French, 20% in English
    • English Track: 100% taught in English (a certain level of English is required for this track)

    In addition, you will study at least 2 foreign languages:

    • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian or Spanish
    • 3rd Modern Language: Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Sign Language

    Personal and professional project
    An individual mentoring system has been put in place, which is led by professional mentors who are Alumni of La Rochelle Tourism & Hospitality School and currently active in the tourism industry. This enables each student to benefit from personalised advice on issues related to career guidance, and to have a better understanding of how to enter the job market and enjoy a successful career.
     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
    • Initial internship: at the end of the 1st semester you will carry out a 1-month internship to learn about the tourism industry, its businesses and careers.
    • Internship abroad: at the end of the 2nd semester you will carry out a 3-month internship abroad. You will be fully immersed in a new country where you will expand your understanding of the industry, become more independent and improve your foreign language ability… all in a multicultural environment.

    The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

    Year 2: Strengthening concepts and thinking globally
    In Year 2, through your academic expatriation and Humacité© project, you will develop the skills to think globally. The different courses taught will consolidate your knowledge and competencies in tourism and hospitality management.

     


    LANGUAGES

    This year can be studied in either French or English:

    • French Track: 80% taught in French, 20% in English
    • English Track: 100% taught in English (a certain level of English is required for this track)

    In addition, you will study at least 2 foreign languages:

    • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian or Spanish
    • 3rd Modern Language: Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Sign Language

    ZONE SEMINARS
    These encompass 24 hours of seminars with specialist lecturers and industry professionals. You can choose one of the following three sectors:
    • Hospitality Management
    • Event & Leisure
    • Travel & Tourism

    GEOCULTURAL ZONE SPECIALISATION
    All the choices you make (foreign languages, different courses, expatriation destination and internships) will logically converge on a specific geographic zone, so that you develop an expertise for a particular region of the world.
    You will gradually develop a veritable international profile which will be essential for your employability and will facilitate your mobility throughout your professional life.

    HUMACITÉ© PROJECT

    This is a compulsory element of the programme (with the exception of those on the Disney College Programme track).
    During your studies, you will undertake a 2-month social, humanitarian or civic voluntary project in an NGO or an association, either in France or abroad. This is one of the unique features of Excelia Group, which is committed to educating students to become future managers who are both responsible and conscious of the importance of their role in society.

    ACADEMIC EXPATRIATION

    This is a compulsory element of the programme regardless of your chosen track.
    The objective of academic expatriation is to help you develop intercultural competencies, improve your knowledge and develop people skills by immersing yourself in a different culture. As a result, you will acquire economic, professional and tourism expertise in the geographic zone you have chosen to be in. In addition, by studying at one of our partner universities, you will improve your foreign language ability and discover different learning methods.

    Discover our partner universities


    Alternative Tracks

    • Disney College Programme: in partnership with Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando (selective admissions).
      You will spend one semester studying in the USA at Delaware University (AACSB accredited). You will then undertake a 6-month paid job in one of the parks of the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
    • International double degree: You will spend an entire academic year at one of Excelia Group’s partner universities, with the objective of obtaining a double degree.

    The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

    Year 3: Choosing a specialisation and enhancing skills

    Year 3 is career-focussed and centred around your professional project. It offers:

    • a double specialisation… one ‘industry-specific’ and one ‘job-specific’, so to develop your professional skills
    • a 5-month internship, in France or abroad, in a company directly linked to your choice of specialisation
    • a work-study track for those choosing the specialisation ‘Tourism, Leisure and Accommodation’


    6 industry-specific specialisations to choose from:

     

    Tourism, Leisure and Accommodation Work-Study Track

    Develop the necessary interdisciplinary skills to be able to take up an operational post within any sector of the tourism industry.

    12-MONTH WORK-STUDY TRACK: A SPRINGBOARD TO EMPLOYABILITY

    By signing a work-study contract, you become an employee of the company (€1,000 per month average net salary) and will alternate between School-based periods and company-based periods.

    Tourism and Digital Technologies

    Master the necessary digital tools to captivate travellers and improve the customer experience in today’s digital age. Modules: Photo and Video Storytelling, Digital Communications Tools, WordPress and Community Management

    Careers
    Community Manager, Head of Web Marketing, Local/Regional Head of Digital Projects, Content Manager in the private sector and tourism institutions.

    Sports Tourism

    Learn how to develop sports holidays and experiences… from organising a simple trek to a major sporting event, or managing leisure facilities.

    Careers
    Travel Organiser, Guide, Sports Facility Manager, Tour Operator, Hotels, Travel Agency, Incoming Tour Operator etc.

    TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

    Learn international tourism systems, supply and demand, global tourism patterns, as well as concepts and practices associated with tourism planning, development, management, evaluation and research.

    Careers
    Negociation and Purchasing in Tourism | Destination Management | Travel Industry | MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions)

    HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

    Learn the many facets of hospitality management.

    Careers
    Luxury International Hospitality, Sales Manager, Customer Manager, F&B Manager etc.

    Event Management

    Learn the necessary skills for event project management whilst developing your creativity.

    Careers
    Event Management Agency, Tourist Information Centres, holiday resorts and holiday villages, Entertainment Manager, Events Manager etc.

     


    2 Job-specific specialisations to choose from:

     

    Marketing and e-tourism*

    Learn how to best manage internet-related matters and to develop tools relevant to the tourism industry.

    Modules
    Digital Marketing and Tourism, Revenue Management, Strategic Marketing and Tourism, Community Management

    Strategy and Entrepreneurship*

    Learn about and fully understand the operations of a company, and master the necessary managerial skills and behaviour to be able to create and develop a business.

    Modules
    Entrepreneurship and the process of creating tourism products and services, Tourism Innovation Management, Business Plan, Managing a Tourism Profit Centre

     
     

    * The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.
    The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only.

     


    Specific Tracks

     

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    This track is for those students with a keen interest in developing a product, service, activity or business in the short or medium term. This track comprises courses, workshops and conferences on the themes of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship; through an incubator and a 5-month end-of-year internship, you will receive valuable support and guidance in fine-tuning your project.

    INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

    This track is ideal for students wishing to further develop their multicultural profile. After spending the first semester following the core curriculum, they will study abroad at one of our partner universities and then have the choice of carrying out either a 5-month internship, or a 3-month internship for those who would also like to undertake a 2-month Humacité© project.

    LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT*

    For students wishing to combine professional experience with a period abroad, this track gives them the opportunity of spending one semester studying at Delaware University in the United States, where they are lodged on campus, before undertaking an internship at the world-renowned Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando.

    * Subject to certain conditions (reserved for students who join the programme in Year 3) and selective admissions (recruitment interview by Disney).

     

     


    Business Creation Case Study

    Throughout the entire year, you will work on a business creation project from initial market study to writing a business plan.
    The objective is to develop project management skills and to acquire global strategic vision.
     


    Double Degree Track

    Through this track, you have the possibility of one of the following university degrees*:

    • Degree in Tourism from ESTHUA at the University of Angers
    • Vocational Degree in Tourism & Hospitality Management from ULCO – University of Littoral Opal Coast

    * Please note that registration fees are applicable for both ESTHUA and ULCO

    The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

  • Year 1 - French Track
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM
      • The Tourism Economy
      • The Geography of Tourism
      • WordPress and Community Management
      • Design Thinking and Creativity
      • Marketing and Sales Techniques
      • Customer Service Skills
      • Services Marketing in Tourism
      • Organisations and Players in Tourism
      • Project Management for Responsible Tourism
      • Fundamentals of HR
      • Fundamentals of Accounting
      • Introduction to Financial Analysis
      • Administrative Data Processing using Excel
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Develop your personal and professional project (to be assessed by tutor)
      • The realities of today’s employment market
      • Companies and the economy, in France and throughout the world
      • Newly-qualified graduates: entering the world of work
      • Initial internship: Discovery report
      • Start-of-year seminar, drama workshop
      • Sport, Culture, Association and Promotion (SCAP): involvement in different activities
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Global code of ethics
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • English: 20% taught in English
      • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian or Spanish
      • 3rd Modern Language: Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Sign Language

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

      Year 1 - English Track
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM
      • Business Analysis using Excel
      • WordPress and Community Management
      • Coastal Tourism
      • Customer Service Skills
      • Design of Tourism Products
      • Design Thinking and Creativity
      • The Tourism Economy
      • Financial Analysis
      • Fundamentals of HR
      • Fundamentals of Accounting
      • Geopolitics in Tourism
      • Global Code of Ethics
      • Marketing and Sales Techniques
      • Project Management for Responsible Tourism
      • Services Marketing in Tourism
      • Tourism and French Gastronomy
      • Organisations in Tourism
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • An overview of the corporate world and economic aspects
      • Develop your personal and professional project (to be assessed by tutor)
      • The realities of today’s employment market
      • Graduate employment statistics
      • Initial internship: Discovery report
      • Sport, Culture, Association and Promotion (SCAP): involvement in different activities
      • Drama workshop
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Global code of ethics
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • English: 100% taught in English (a certain level of English is required for this track)
      • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian or Spanish
      • 3rd Modern Language: Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Sign Language

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

      Year 2 - French Track
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM
      • Marketing Communications in Tourism
      • Consumer Behaviour in Tourism
      • Tourism Law
      • Expatriation
      • Fundamentals of Management Control
      • Introduction to the Sports and Leisure Industries
      • Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
      • Introduction to the Travel Industry
      • Tourism and French Gastronomy
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Expatriation report file
      • Develop your personal and professional project
      • International Internship: written report
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Introduction to Human Development and Social Responsibility and Ethics
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • English: 20% taught in English
      • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian or Spanish
      • 3rd Modern Language: Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Sign Language

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

      Year 2 - English Track
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM
      • Coastal Tourism
      • Consumer Behaviour in Tourism
      • Expatriation
      • Fundamentals of Management Control
      • Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
      • Introduction to the Sports and Leisure Industries
      • Introduction to the Travel Industry
      • Marketing Communications in Tourism
      • Tourism Law
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Expatriation report file
      • Develop your personal and professional project
      • International Internship: written report
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Introduction to Human Development and Social Responsibility and Ethics
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • English: 100% taught in English (a certain level of English is required for this track)
      • 2nd Modern Language: German, Italian or Spanish
      • 3rd Modern Language: Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Sign Language

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

      Year 3 - Classic Track, French
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM: CORE COURSES
      • Labour, Competition and Consumer Law
      • Digital Marketing and Tourism
      • Customer Relationship Marketing and Customer Loyalty

      The following can be studied in either English or Spanish:

      • Sustainable Development and CSR in Tourism
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Fine-tune your personal and professional project (to be assessed by professional mentor)
      • Assess your own business strengths and areas for improvement
      • Ensure that each encounter and experience is an opportunity to develop your skills and your professional network
      • Grand Oral
      • Identify best practices for success in the world of business
      • Develop a ‘life-long learning’ approach
      • Operational Management Internship: written report
      • Humacité© project: written report
      • Know how to ‘showcase’ what you can offer in a business context and when meeting industry professionals
      • Work on your professional identity and communication tools
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Cross Cultural
      • Global code of ethics
      PROFESSIONAL MODULES
      • Business Game
      • Company Creation Project (FT)
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • 2nd Modern Language
      • Wherever you may be in the world, throughout the year you will have access to an e-learning platform to enable you to supplement your foreign language studies.
      INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: EVENT ORGANISATION
      • Event Organisation Design
      • MICE: Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions
      • Applied Event Management
      • Project Scenography and Methodology
      INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: SPORTS TOURISM
      • Sports Event Organisation
      • Developing Sports Holidays
      • Sports Law
      • Managing a Leisure Facility
      INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: TOURISM AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
      • Photo and Video Storytelling
      • Digital Communication Tools
      • WordPress and Community Management
      JOB-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: MARKETING AND E-TOURISM
      • Community Management
      • Strategic Marketing in Tourism
      • Revenue Management and the Market
      JOB-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: STRATEGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
      • Entrepreneurship and Creation Process
      • Financial Management of a Profit Centre
      • Tourism Innovation Management

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

      Year 3 - Classic Track, English
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM: CORE COURSES
      • Digital Marketing and Tourism
      • HR Management
      • Customer Relationship Marketing and Customer Loyalty
      • Tourism Policy

      The following can be studied in either English or Spanish:

      • Sustainable Development and CSR in Tourism
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Assess your own business strengths and areas for improvement
      • Develop a ‘life-long learning’ approach
      • Ensure that each encounter and experience is an opportunity to develop your skills and your professional network
      • Grand Oral
      • Humacité© project: written report
      • Identify best practices for success in the world of business
      • Know how to ‘showcase’ what you can offer in a business context and when meeting industry professionals
      • Operational Management Internship: written report
      • Fine-tune your personal and professional project (to be assessed by professional mentor)
      • Work on your professional identity and communication tools
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Cross Cultural
      • Global code of ethics
      PROFESSIONAL MODULES
      • Business Game
      • Entrepreneurship
         
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • 2nd Modern Language
      • Wherever you may be in the world, throughout the year you will have access to an e-learning platform to enable you to supplement your foreign language studies.
      INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: TRAVEL MANAGEMENT
      • MICE: Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions
      • Negotiation and Purchasing in Tourism
      • Tour Operators and Travel Agency Management
      • Travel Industry
      INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
      • Food and Beverage
      • Hotel Marketing and Distribution
      • MICE: Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions
      • Standards and Certifications
      INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT

      Spend one semester studying at Delaware University in the United States, where you will be lodged on campus, before undertaking an internship at Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando. This Disney College Programme enables you to combine professional experience with international experience, working in a world-renowned theme park. This specialisation is subject to an interview with Disney, and undertaking it in Year 3 is only an option for those students directly joining the programme this year.
       

      JOB-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: MARKETING AND E-TOURISM
      • Community Management
      • Strategic Marketing in Tourism
      • Revenue Management and the Market
      JOB-SPECIFIC SPECIALISATION COURSES: STRATEGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
      • Financial Management of a Profit Centre
      • Entrepreneurship and Creation Process
      • Innovation Management

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

      Year 3 - Work-study Track
      MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM
      • Labour, Competition and Consumer Law
      • Digital Marketing and Tourism
      • Customer Relationship Marketing and Customer Loyalty
      • Community Management
      • Hotel Management
      • Destination Hospitality
      • Revenue Management and the Market

      The following can be studied in either English or Spanish:

      • Sustainable Development and CSR in Tourism
      EXPERIENTIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Fine-tune your personal and professional project (to be assessed by professional mentor)
      • Assess your own business strengths and areas for improvement
      • Ensure that each encounter and experience is an opportunity to develop your skills and your professional network
      • Grand Oral
      • Identify best practices for success in the world of business
      • Develop a ‘life-long learning’ approach
      • Operational Management Internship: written report
      • Humacité© project: written report
      • Know how to ‘showcase’ what you can offer in a business context and when meeting industry professionals
      • Work on your professional identity and communication tools
      GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • Cross Cultural
      • Global code of ethics
      PROFESSIONAL MODULES
      • Business Game
      • Company Creation Project
      FOREIGN LANGUAGES
      • 2nd Modern Language
      • Wherever you may be in the world, throughout the year you will have access to an e-learning platform to enable you to supplement your foreign language studies.

       

      The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

    • By joining the Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality Management programme, you will be part of a School recognised for its expertise in tourism and hospitality management.

      La Rochelle Tourism & Hospitality School offers you a wide range of experiences with one single objective… to develop your employability both in France and abroad, in an industry where products and services are constantly evolving.

      Work-study

      The work-study track is only available to students choosing the Tourism, Leisure and Accommodation specialisation in Year 3.

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      Humacité©

      In Year 2, and for some students in Year 3, you can carry out a social, humanitarian or civic voluntary project in an NGO or an association, either in France or abroad. This project, known as Humacité©, is one of the unique features of Excelia Group, which is committed to educating students to become future managers who are both responsible and conscious of the importance of their role in society.

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      Professional experiences

      Company-based internships, in France or abroad, are a compulsory element of the Bachelor programme. By the end of your studies, your CV will boast between 8 and 15 months of company-based work experience.

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      International

      In Year 2, academic expatriation is compulsory for all students.
      Your internships and Humacité© project may all be carried out abroad.
      The International track in Year 3 offers academic expatriation, as well as an internship and a Humacité© project to be carried out abroad.

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      Discover our partner universities

      Student clubs and associations

      You have the possibility of getting involved in one of Excelia Group’s 50 clubs and associations, enabling you to develop your skills and knowledge in a supportive and professionally-oriented environment. In addition, it is a great way to settle into school life and experience something unique.

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      Support, guidance and mentoring

      Throughout your studies, you will benefit from personalised support and guidance.
      In tandem to this, the School offers workshops structured around personal development (self-awareness and self-assertion), communication tools (such as CVs and cover letters), understanding the job market, learning about different careers and developing your professional network.
      In addition, you will receive mentoring from an industry professional who is a graduate of La Rochelle Tourism & Hospitality School and whose job reflects your professional project. Your mentor will help you to both evaluate the current job market and to develop your career strategy.

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    • Graduate testimonials

      Careers

      By the end of their studies, our graduates are ready to take up operational management positions in all sectors of the industry, across the 5 continents.

      They work in a wide variety of posts, such as...

      • Assistant Hospitality Manager
      • Assistant Restaurant Manager
      • Project Manager (conferences and events)
      • Customer Service Manager (travel agency)
      • Product Manager...

      ...across a number of industry sectors

      47% Hotel and Catering
      18% Travel Industry
      16% Event Management
      8% Leisure and Entertainment
      11% Other sectors of the Tourism industry

      Length of time required to secure a job

      • 96% of our graduates find a job within 6 months of graduating
      • 30% find a job before the end of their studies

      International

      • 36% work abroad, the principal countries being Spain, United Kingdom, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Costa Rica, China, Australia

      (2019 figures)

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      Bachelor Classic Track, French: 2019-2020 academic calendar
      Bachelor Classic Track, French academic calendar
      Bachelor Classic Track, English: 2019-2020 academic calendar
      Bachelor Classic Track, English academic calendar

       

      Bachelor Work-study Track (Year 3 only): 2019-2020 academic calendar
      Bachelor Work-study Track (Year 3 only): academic calendar

       

    • Tuition Fees 2019-2020

      European students*

      Year 1 €7,500
      Year 2 €7,700
      Year 3 €7,700

      *28 member states of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France and French Overseas Territories, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

      Non-European students

      Year 1 €8,600
      Year 2 €8,900
      Year 3 €8,900

      Work-study Track

      Year 3 €8,700**

      The above fees are provided for information purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next.

      ** Tuition fees paid for by the company or by an OPCA (an Authorised Collection Agency). The Work-study Tracks is open to all students, from both within and outside of the European Union.

      Multiservice charge

      Fee: € 550

      The one-off Multiservice fee gives access to the following services: Multimedia and Internet network, Cyberlibris (online library), Student Identity Card, Reprographics credit, Intranet, e-learning modules, Wi-Fi, Career Centre activities and services, International Insurance-Assistance (for any periods spent abroad during the period covered by this contract), University library, University Medical Service etc.

      Financing your studies

      Click here for information about the cost of studying

    • Admission for international students or French students living outside France:

       
      Apply for the 1st year

      Open to students currently studying an High School degree or international equivalent.

      THE COURSE IS TAUGHT ENTIRELY IN FRENCH

      Motivation interview is carried out by internet via our dedicated platform (day and time of your choice).

      APPLICATION FEES

      Application fees: 50€

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      Apply for the 2nd year

      Open to students with a minimum of 1 year post-High School education or international equivalent.

      THE COURSE IS TAUGHT ENTIRELY IN FRENCH

      Motivation interview is carried out by internet via our dedicated platform (day and time of your choice).

      APPLICATION FEES

      Application fees: 50€

      Apply

      Apply for the 3rd year

      Open to students with a minimum of 2 years post-High School education or international equivalent.

      THE COURSE IS TAUGHT ENTIRELY IN FRENCH

      Motivation interview is carried out by internet via our dedicated platform (day and time of your choice).

      APPLICATION FEES

      Application fees: 50€

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