ESC Clermont, France
- Study Business in one of the oldest business schools in France.
- Undergraduate students may take classes in English and Graduate students may take courses in English or in French.
- There is no French language prerequisite for students who wish to take classes in English.
ESC Clermont is one of the oldest business schools in France, and is counted among the world’s top 5% AACSB accredited business schools. ESC is located in Clermont-Ferrand, right in the heart of France. It is a very student friendly city, as nearly 42,000 students attend various universities in the area. Clermont-Ferrand is also noted as one of the most affordable areas to live.
This program is open to KU students at the junior and senior undergraduate level, or at the Master’s level. Undergraduate students may only take courses taught in English, while graduate students may take classes in English or French.
For a list of courses open to exchange student, view the course list linked in the ESC Clermont’s website in the Exchange Student section.
Students will stay in student apartments. Accommodations will be arranged with assistance from ESC Clermont. For more information about student housing, see Accommodation in Clermont-Ferrand.
ESC Clermont is located in the heart of Clermont-Ferrand. Known as a university city with a high quality of life, Clermont-Ferrand. Within view of the dormant volcano Puy de Dome, students will find cultural events throughout the year, several hiking paths, school clubs, and a lower cost of living. Clermont-Ferrand is also the home of Michelin (an ESC Clermont partner), and several others in technology and innovation. Read more about ESC Clermont Student Life and see yourself there.
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This program is open to junior and senior undergraduate students and graduate students with a 2.5 GPA, with good academic and disciplinary standing. French Proficiency is not required for students wishing to take English courses. Students who would like to study in French, a TEF, TCF or DELF/DALF score of at least C1 is mandatory.