Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Nantes, France
- Program Terms: March Programs
- Restrictions: Non- applicants only
Audencia Business School,, highly ranked and triple accredited, is a leading educational group in France in the fields of management, commerce, media and communication.
Nantes, a thriving modern metropolis with old-world flair, has been recognised as Europe’s most livable city. There’s easy to-use public transportation with stops right on campus, just 15 minutes from the centre of town. Just two hours from Paris and a half hour from the Atlantic coast, it is a magnet for students and visitors, with countless historic sites and attractions. Nantes is a green and peaceful city with a mild oceanic climate.
This programme is designed for business and non-business oriented students coming from Japan (or other Asian countries), willing to discover the French and European cultures
Through immersion in a French and European environment, students will increase their intercultural and communication skills.
They will gain a better understanding of:
At the end of their stay, the students will have a holistic view of the European/ French and their culture and a better sense of what it means to be French today and will be able to adapt in an international business context.
The intensive program combines class, visits and meetings with French students. It focuses on understanding intercultural differences in general, with specific emphasis on the cultural differences (values and beliefs) between the French and Japanese.
Modules taught at Audencia (tbc)
CITY TOUR OF NANTES
LOIRE VINEYARD AND CASTLE VISIT
An official certificate will be delivered at the end of the programmme.
During the week, students will be hosted in carefully selected families willing to share their culture and style of life. Cost: 25€ per day including meals (except lunch).
No tuition fees are required for partner institutions
300 € for non partner institutions
SOME PICTURES FROM THE 2017 PROGRAM - ANIMATION ORGANIZED BY A TEAM OF AUDENCIA BACHELOR STUDENTS