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Foreign Students

Students at ISG have the opportunity to live and study in one of the largest GDP producing countries in the world. ISG is one of only a handful of business schools located in the heart of Paris, France, with a campus nestled in the heart of the 16th arrondissement.

Presentation of the Bachelor in International Management

The Bachelor in International Management at ISG trains students for careers in international trade.

The international dimension is present throughout the program :

  • cultural mix via the presence of foreign students
  • program taught entirely in English from the first year onwards (depending on the student's level)
  • program taught by native English-speaking teachers
  • internships abroad or in an international company.

5 excellent reasons to join the Bachelor in International Management Program

  • Immerse yourself in an international community of more than 20 different nationalities
  • Aim for an international career
  • Study abroad in a partner university up to 2 semesters and obtain a European double degree
  • Prepare for tomorrow’s international trade challenge
  • Enter the professional world or pursue further studies

Academics

  • 1st year: acquire the fundamentals
  • 2nd year: prepare for your career
  • 3rd year: develop employability
1st year
2nd year
3rd year
Paris Paris and/or academic exchange ( 1 or 2 semesters) Paris and/or academic exchange ( 1 or 2 semesters)
Acquire the fundamentals
Prepare for your career
Develop employability
Management
  • The company (fonctions & international environment)
  • Marketing
  • Commerce : technics & tools
  • Digital culture & communication
  • Business accounting & financial environment

Innovation : Tomorrow’s major challenges
  • Sustainable development & CSR
  • Data protection & use

Languages & ressources

2 electives to choose :
  • Collaborative plateforms or Office suite
  • Creativity or Website creation
Management
  • International trade
  • Digital marketing
  • International marketing
  • Business accounting & financial environment
  • Business law
  • Introduction to research
Innovation : Tomorrow’s major challenges
  • Sustainable food systems
  • Distance & mobility
Languages & ressources

Electives :
  • CRM, analytics tools
Management
  • Intercultural management
  • Supply chain
  • Performance management
  • Risk management
  • Management control
  • Geopolitics
Choice of business major :
  • International business
  • Purchasing & logistics
  • HR
  • Marketing & communication
Innovation :
Luxury, cosmetics and biotechnology
  • Chatbot for e-commerce
  • Food & foodtech
  • Drones & logistics
Languages & ressources
Extra-curricular activities

Workshop : Luxury, CSR and sustainability, Global-player in e-commerce, write and talk meet and talk challenges, Business game, Planète solidaire project
Extra-curricular activities

Workshop : International capitals, Food & foodtech / International capitals and mobility / Team work / networking / challenges / export mission

Extra-curricular activities

Business project / Hackathon . Leadership workshop / career coaching



Export mission Thesis paper
Discovery internship program or humanitarian mission (1 month) Internationally-focused internship (3 months) Third-year intership or business project (4 months)

Admission guide

ADMISSIONS
PARCOURSUP FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
Category of student Students in their final year of secondary school (‘Terminale’) (all majors), French and foreign applicants and students with a French secondary school diploma (‘Baccalauréat’) or foreign equivalent. University students who have completed one year of an undergraduate program and obtained, or are in the process of obtaining, 60 ECTS credits University students who have completed two years of an undergraduate program and obtained, or are in the process of obtaining, 120 ECTS credits
Written tests TAGE Post Bac (1h20/Coef 2) TAGE Post Bac (1h20/Coef 2) TAGE 2 (1h55/Coef 2)
IELTS score (or equivalent official test) 4.5 points minimum for the French Track, 5.0 points minimum for the Progressive Track and 5.5 points minimum for the Full English Track. (coef 1) IELTS score (or equivalent official test) 5.0 minimum for the French Track and 5.5 minimum for the Progressive Track and the Full English Track. (coef 1) IELTS score (or equivalent official test) 5.0 minimum for the French Track and 5.5 minimum for the Progressive Track and the Full English Track. (coef 1)
Oral tests Discovery One in English (Applicant comments on an English-language press article and admission interview) (20 min preparation + 30 min presentation / Coef 7) Discovery One in English (Applicant comments on an English-language press article and admission interview) (20 min preparation + 30 min presentation / Coef 7) Discovery One in English (Applicant comments on an English-language press article and admission interview) (20 min preparation + 30 min presentation / Coef 7)

Students living abroad

An ‘overseas’ examination procedure is available for students wishing to enroll at ISG in the first, second or third year and who are living abroad at the time of the examination period. The tests (text commentary  and admission interview in English) are held remotely. 

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