Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur in Paris (ESCE)
Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur in Paris (ESCE) is located in Paris, one of the world's most beautiful and culturally rich cities with a good mix of art galleries, museums, cafes, shops and nightlife. ESCE's campus is in the La Defense district, which is home to the headquarters of the biggest French and international companies.
ESCE is one of the most recognized post-secondary private institutions in France. The institution is dedicated to providing students with an exceptional education and experience. At ESCE, students benefit from an effective learning experience through an interactive learning environment and small classes. Group work is a necessary component of the learning experience, training students to manage and accomplish a project or task while learning to work in cohesion with different personalities, levels of competencies, and leadership backgrounds. Students also work through real life case studies with discussion sessions and project presentations.
Through exchange partnerships, ESCE aims to continue increasing the diversity of its student population in order to provide a multicultural environment that creates a unique learning experience for all its students and integrates them into the world of International Business and Management. As a designated exchange partner of ESCE, tuition fees for Coastal students are based on CCU In-State Tuition rates, and students are able to study abroad for a full year or a semester.
|Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur (ESCE): Quick Facts|
|Student Population:||2,000 students|
|Who can Apply:||Business undergraduate (only Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors) and graduate students|
|Academic Requirements:||Minimum 3.0 GPA required for admission|
|Program Requirements:||A French Language course at ESCE is mandatory for all exchange students (no charge/free).|
|Courses Taught in English:||
See attached ESCE 2013-14 Course Catalogue
|Tuition:||Exchange Students Pay $4,895 (CCU In-State 2014 Rate)|
There are different types of housing options available to Exchange students, which include: Homestay, Students residences, and Private market. If you choose to stay at one these options, please contact ESCE for assistance.
If you wish to find your own apartment in Paris, please consult the "Other Housing Possiblities in Paris" page in the below guide. ESCE will not be able to find you an apartment in Paris, but they will be happy to advise you. Housing in Paris is quite difficult to find and also expensive. If you want to rent a flat in France, you will need a guarantor (someone paying tax in France or your parents giving proof of their salary to secure payment of your rent). If you don’t have guarantor, you will be required to pay all your rent in advance.
More information about accommodations can be found in ESCE 2013-14 Welcome Guide.
|Projected Budget:||See ESCE Budget|
|Additional Information:||See ESCE 2013-14 Factsheet, ESCE 2013-14 Welcome Guide and/or visit their website, www.esce.fr, and click on International (English version available).|
- Study Abroad Handbook 2013
- Study Abroad Presentation
- Follow the Discussion:
The New York Times Opinion Page:
A Year Abroad or a Year Wasted?
- What are the results of study abroad?
Voices from the 100000 Strong in the
Ms. Lori Patterson, M.P.S.
Study Abroad Advisor
Singleton Building 119
Applications for Fall 2014 study abroad should be submitted to OIPS before March 14, 2014. To learn more about the application process, click here.