The program includes a minimum of 60 teaching hours, visits and French lessons as elective, divided into the following modules and concentrations.
|PART 1: mendatory modules||PART 2: choice of one among 3 concentrations|
|MODULE 1: EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS
• European Union Institutions
• Geography of Europe
• Russians and Europeans
• The UK and the EU
• French Civilization: An introduction to the basic elements of French society
• French History: History of France from Louis XIV to Modern France
MODULE 2 : MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS IN EUROPE
• Organizational Behavior
• International HRM
• HRM in Europe
• Managing Sports SMEs in Europe
• Managing for Creativity
• Leadership in Europe
• International Negotiation
• Visit of a Company
EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT OF LUXURY
During the first three weeks, classes alternate with professional and cultural visits. During the fourth week, students travel to Paris, Normandy, Val de Loire and Brussels for more cultural and educational visits.
French companies, European Union Parliament (in Strasbourg), European Commission (in Brussels), Court of Justice of the European Union (in Luxembourg).
- Visits of various historical sites: Mont St Michel, American War Cemetery, World War II Landing Beaches, the Verdun battle fields.
- Visits of French cities Paris, Strasbourg, Nancy, Metz..., and cities close to the French border such as Brussels (Belgium) and Luxembourg.
- Visits of Regional Curiosities (the Stanislas square of Nancy, the Cathedral of Metz) and Museums Exhibitions (the Nancy Beaux Arts Museum, Metz Centre Pompidou Museum...).
France is situated in Western Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay, the English Channel, Belgium, Italy, the Mediterranean Sea, and Spain. France generally has cold winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean coast. The climate is temperate in the north. North eastern areas have a more continental climate with warm summers and colder winters. Rainfall is distributed throughout the year with some snow likely in winter, particularly in the mountainous areas.