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  • Locations: Leipzig, Germany
  • Program Terms: Year (Sep-Jun)
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Year (Sep-Jun) 2018 15/05/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
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Contact Audencia: Faustine Lasseron (flasseron@audencia.com) Score TOEFL minimum requis: 90 or Above
Score GMAT minimum requis: 600 Expérience Professionnelle Requise: 3 Years or More
Langues à maitriser: English, German Double diplôme possible: Yes
Erasmus code: D LEIPZIG09 Université ouverte: Yes
Program Description:

Description de l'université                 Cours et Crédits                   Modalités de séjour      
 

Automne (à titre indicatif) du 04/09/2017 au 24/12/2017
Printemps (à titre indicatif) du 13/03/2017 au 02/07/2017
du 12/03/2018 au 01/07/2018
Site web www.hhl.de/en/home/
Fact Sheet Fact Sheet HHL 2017_18


Description de l'université
The Handelshochschule Leipzig, the first German commercial college, was founded on April 25th, 1898.

HHL also continues to be one of the country’s leading management institutions, offering international business education based on elite academic standards.

HHL is considered one of the leading business schools. The excellence of its programs (M.Sc., MBA, EMBA) has been proven by several rankings, in which the school is frequently ranked among the best.

We educate effective, responsible and entrepreneurial business leaders through outstanding teaching, research and practice. We are driven by excellence in teaching and research to benefit our students, stakeholders and society. Our academic quality is underscored by our global outlook and a lifelong premier service and support network.

The HHL student community is made up of around 400 students from all backgrounds and interests, making for great synergy and networking.

According to the one-campus-concept, all HHL buildings, the Faculty of Sport Science of the University Leipzig and a canteen are located in one spot. HHL is surrounded by the green banks of the river Weiße Elster and attractive parkland with extensive sport facilities. It takes about five minutes to downtown thanks to the public transport station not far from HHL.

Leipzig is home to 40,000 students and offers a high-quality lifestyle with plenty of reasonably priced housing options. It is an open-minded and friendly city where international students and guests feel at home.

The diversity and quality of the HHL community create a stimulating atmosphere. From sports to culture, committed students at HHL have established a diverse catalog of clubs and events besides their curriculum. Have fun and use the opportunity to make lifelong friends from around the world as well as valuable future business contacts.

Cours et Crédits
Audencia students will stay one year at HHL for the MSc-program and 9 months for the MBA. They have to take 60 out of 120 credits to satisfy the degree requirements. The remaining 60 credits will be transferred from Audencia.
Audencia students can start under this program at HHL:

  • in the MSc-program in September or in March
  • in the MBA-program in September or January


Modalités de séjour
Minimum requirements to be met by Audencia participants in the Double Degree Program include:

  • GMAT with a minimum of 600
  • minimum of three years working experience for the MBA
  • TOEFL 90
  • undergraduate degree in business for the MSc-program; any undergraduate degree for the MBA
 
  • Conseil aux voyageurs

http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/conseils-par-pays/allemagne
 

  • A faire

Voir fact sheet et bilan de séjour.
Merci de ne pas contacter votre université d’accueil sans l’accord préalable de votre coordinateur d’Audencia !

 

  • VISA

Uniquement pour les étudiants dont la nationalité est hors UE. Si vous êtes concerné, contacter l'ambassade du pays et prévoir un délai suffisant pour les formalités. 
 

  • Logement
HHL does not have student dormitories. Some dormitories are available on campus only through the Student Union (Studentenwerk) Leipzig. If you are interested in renting a student dorm, please contact the Student Union Leipzig directly (http://www.studentenwerk-leipzig.de/en/housing). Please note that dormitory places are very popular and apply as soon as possible.

Private Shared apartment: Leipzig has a lot of open living space available. Some apartments are fully furnished, others come without furniture. You should possibly look for a place in the following parts of the city: Zentrum, Zentrum Süd, Mitte, Lindenau, Südvorstadt, Plagwitz (these locations are close to school). Addresses to contact via Internet: www.wg-gesucht.de I www.easywg.de I www.studenten-wg.de I www.dsb-le.de

Renting a place from a HHL-student: Some of HHL's full-time students consign their apartments to incoming exchange students while they are abroad. Whenever there is an offer for housing, HHL will post the offer on the online communication platform for incoming exchange students (Welcome Center "Apartment Helpdesk") to which HHL invites 2 months before study start.

The first few nights: For the first few nights in Leipzig – especially if you arrive late in the day – we recommend to stay in one of Leipzig’s hostels. Hostel “Sleepy Lion”: www.hostel-leipzig.de and
hostel “Central Globetrotter”: www.globetrotter-leipzig.de. You should make a reservation in advance since the hostels are usually booked.

 
  • Autre
Cette université exige des frais annexes (Student Union fee) :
Each student has to pay a fee to the local student union. This fee has to be paid to HHL and HHL is obliged to transfer the money to the student union. The fee is about EUR 200 per semester and includes the free usage of Leipzig’s public transport system also in the surrounding areas of Leipzig, the usage of the cafeterias around the campus, the sports facilities and the student dorms.