The École de Management de Normandie began its long tenure as a business school in 1871 as the ESC Le Havre. The school took its name from the town where it was located, with the current name adopted in 2004. Over more than 140 years, the school expanded the number of campuses, including two other French schools in Paris and Caen. Since 2014, campuses in both Oxford and Dublin have grown the school’s brand.
Among the 3,200 students that attend the different schools are 730 international students, with 73 teachers to instruct them. One of the key components in emphasizing the international approach to the curriculum is the inclusion of nine languages being taught across the spectrum.
Those students have the opportunity at both an undergraduate and master’s degree in both international business and management. A Master of Science is also a possibility in four different areas related to management and marketing.
Aiding in making that international perspective more of a reality are the over 200 partner schools that can be found in more than 50 countries. That connection allows students to attend a school on an exchange basis, a period that can last either one or two semesters.