EDHEC Business School’s Bachelor in Business Administration combines international exposure, academic specializations, and work experience. Students acquire in-depth knowledge of globalization issues. They study 100% in English with French and international students.
Entry Requirements: High school diploma Duration: four years Location: Lille or Nice (France) Language: French or English Selection: online application, From November 7, 2018 until January 10, 2019 and From February 28 until March 18, 2019 Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
Alessia Di Domenico - Head of the EDHEC INTERNATIONAL BBA
Reena LILJESTAM - Student in 3rd year of the program, Global Business Track
Hi! Could you tell me the difference between your BBA and a bachelor from an American university, please?
I have a question for the student: why did you choose this program? And why in France?
Hi Ms Domenico. You only speak French in the promo video on your site. The video for the business management track is also only in French. So is this program really fully in English?
What is the typical profile you are looking to admit into this program?
Does a bachelor from EDHEC grant automatic admission to a master’s program there?
What is the professionalization of this bachelor? Is it possible to work with just this degree?
What kind of scholarships do you have for international students?
This will be the first time living away from my parents. Does EDHEC have support systems to ease this transition into a new country?
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Are students mostly people who grew up outside their home countries? Do I have to have international experience to apply?
Are there any study trips organized for the BBA?
What are the main differences between the Global business and business management tracks?
Hi Reena. What are your professional goals?
Could I change campuses between academic years or split the program between the two locations?
Is it possible to specialize in this bachelor, such as in marketing or finance?
What would you say is the difference in ambience between the Lille and Nice campuses?
What university partners do you have for exchange years?
Entrepreneurship is increasingly important. Do you offer any training in entrepreneurship?
What are your foreign language requirements to graduate?
Reena, what has been the most life changing or interesting experience for you in this program so far?
Are we required to do internships, and do you offer support finding opportunities?
Do you offer apprenticeship schemes in the bachelor?
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One of the student testimonies on your site talks about doing a two-year internship before getting a full-time position. Is that normal? Two years is a long time to work for internship wages that are often less than 500 € a month.
What kinds of jobs would this bachelor prepare me for?
Is there any way to speak to alumni or current students to discuss about their experience?
Do you require an interview for admission?
Is it possible to join the second year directly?
What kind of student housing is available at the Lille and Nice campuses?