KEDGE Business School
International BBA (English interview)
2 years in France, 2 years abroad with the possibility to get a dual degree. International BBA is the International Bachelor's programme of KEDGE business school, offering students a minimum 2 years spent abroad and 1 year of professional experience. With its 120 excellent academic partners (including 11 universities which offer a dual degree) and various tracks, this programme makes it possible for students to develop a truly global calibre. They will develop a strong CV that will attract international and multicultural recruiters and meet the growing need for international candidates in the business world.
This programme can be attended after a non-French high school degree or even in 2 years if you hold a 2 year-postgraduate one.
High School diploma / 2-year degree
English & French
academic application + interview
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Valérie Anglès - International BBA Programme Director
- Arun Nandu Ramalingam - American student in 1st year, International BBA
How much time is spent on developing financial skills?
Hey Arun, why did you choose this programme?
What’s it like living in Marseille? Is it a student city?
I haven’t graduated yet, so what can I submit instead of my high school diploma?
If you take the China track are you expected to do an internship in China?
I noticed that there are courses like Be-U and stress management. I haven’t seen that kind of thing on any other programmes. Why have you included them?
What sort of thing do people do for their internships?
Do you help us find internships? Does the school have partner companies that they can recommend students to?
Why are we paying for 4 years when actually one year of that is spent doing an internship?
Arun, what was the interview like? Can you remember the questions you were asked?
Will I be asked to speak French in the interview?
What’s life like on campus? Are you in any student societies?
Your website says it’s the ‘most international’ BBA programme in France. How is it the most international?
Do you need to know what you want to do as a career before applying? I’m not entirely sure.
Are there job opportunities in Marseille?
Can we take language classes as an elective?
Do we have a final thesis or dissertation or a big project at the end?
How are we graded throughout the programme?
Do most people stay on in France afterwards?
Do we get trained in quantitative and qualitative methodology?
Do you help us with the visa process?
What is the Safety KEDGE app?
Do most people specialize in a masters afterwards, for example a masters in human resources?
What’s a typical day like?
I have a hearing disability. Do you provide for handicapped students?
Are the lecturers all French? Will it help if I speak some French?
I’ve never lived away from home anymore. How do you help students settle in?
Are there lots of group projects?