Kedge Business School
|Program Location :||Marseille, France|
|Sponsor:||Texas A&M International University|
|Duration:||Semester or Year|
The University: Kedge offers a wide ranges of courses in English for non-French speaking students in their bachelor and masters programs. The teaching staff is highly diverse, coming from strong academic and professional backgrounds with national and international experience. Active student associations such as INTERACT assist with the needs of international students and promote integration with the French students. Students can choose to study French at the Language Centre. Click here for the welcome guide.
Location: Marseille is the 2nd largest city of France. Located in the south of France, in the Provence region, it is nested between sea and mountains. The school itself is located at the Marseille-Luminy Science and Technology Park, an industrial center just outside of Marseille. The Marseille town center is not too far away; easily accessible via public transportation.
Students may participate in this program for a semester or academic year. For the semester or academic year program, students select from courses offered through CeseMed (undergraduate) or the MBA program. CeseMed courses are taught in French and in English. Undergraduate business students should expect mainly to receive elective credit for courses taken at CeseMed.
Students are advised to book their accommodations before coming to France. There are a limited number of on-campus rooms available, and will be reserved in the order that applications are received. The two main residences on-campus are the Alotra Residence and the Estudines Residence. Review the welcome guide for detailed information about housing on- and off-campus. Singly and double occupancy options are available.
For program cost information contact OSA.
FINANCIAL AID and SCHOLARSHIPS
TAMIU financial aid may be applied to the costs of studying abroad. Students interested in receiving financial aid should:
- Direct financial aid inquiries to the Office of Financial Aid
- Complete and submit the FAFSA by the appropriate deadline
- OSA will provide budget to Office of Financial Aid
In addition to financial aid, qualified students may apply for the institutional and external scholaships.
Deadlines are listed below. For full consideration, students must submit all supporting documents by those dates. Only complete applications will be accepted.
Fall Semester Program - March 1
Spring Semester Program - September 15