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toulouse school of management

Bachelor in Management Studies

Taught exclusively in English, the Bachelor in Management Studies program is a genuine multicultural learning experience available to final-year undergraduate students. This degree is designed to give students foundational management skills for an international context. During the second semester, students take part to an academic exchange in Europe at one of TSM partner universities or they realize an internship abroad (or with an international dimension).
Regardless of which option they experience or where they travel, Bachelor in Management Studies students benefit from an enriching experience that will equip them with essential intercultural skills required to manage people and work abroad.
Entry requirement: 120 ECTS credits + at least a B2 CEFR qualification in English
Duration: 1 year
Location: Toulouse + location of the internship or partner university
Language: English
Selection: Application file + individual interview

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2018-11-26

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Participants:

  • Christelle THERON - Associate Professor in Strategic Management
  • Marion NEIRYNCK - Student in M1 International Management of Toulouse School of Management
  • 00:20

    The Pitch

    01:36

    Your site calls this a Licence 3. That doesn’t mean anything to me. What is that?

    03:02

    What level of French do I need to be accepted into the bachelor?

    04:40

    Hi! What’s the international ranking of TSM? I have not heard of this business school.

  • 05:39

    If this is just a one-year program for those finishing their bachelor, isn’t it more of a “study exchange” than a full bachelor?

    07:25

    Your site says the school uses “innovative educational methods.” How so exactly?

    09:52

    What’s the size of the student population on campus?

    11:39

    What’s the campus like? Is it centrally located?

  • 13:26

    Could you give us an idea of a timetable - how many hours a week are we counting?

    15:27

    Three Words Max Taboo

    16:53

    Hi Marion. Why did you choose to come to TSM for this 1-year program?

    20:31

    What is the work like? Is it more essay based or exam based? How regularly do these take place

  • 22:55

    What does the timetable look like? How many hours a week are we counting?

    24:25

    In which countries are the partner universities for the term abroad? Are they only in Europe or also other continents?

    27:05

    What kind of campus housing do you offer for students?

    28:40

    Final Destination

  • 30:13

    What is the international diversity of TSM? What’s it like to integrate as an international student?

    33:21

    Are TSM’s professors permanent faculty and researchers, or are they part-time teachers with jobs in industry?

    35:11

    Do you require an interview for admission?

    38:05

    Any tips for a successful application to this L3?

  • 39:52

    Hello, Marion. What is the best thing about this program for you so far?

    41:48

    Is it possible to work in France if I am not an EU citizen after this program?

    43:00

    Who am I

    45:00

    What’s the typical profile of student that comes to this program?

  • 47:26

    Can I transition into a master at TSM or another French university when I complete this program?

    51:09

    How does entrepreneurship figure into this program?

    52:31

    What “tools” are you talking about on your site that you say will prepare us for “prestigious studies in prestigious universities?”

    53:38

    What kinds of student associations are there at TSM?

  • 54:53

    What corporate partners does TSM have and how does it help students?

    56:20

    The Sweetest