Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur
Welcome to ESCE Group, a school devoted to and acknowledged for providing students with an exceptional experience through theoretical, practical, and global training of the business culture. Each year, we welcome around 350 international students at ESCE-Paris and about 400 of our French students participate in the Exchange and Double degree programs through our 115 partner institutions. We are particularly proud of the growing diversity of our student population through our parallel admission programs around the world, our international student exchange programs, our Double Degree programs and our summer programs. We aim to continue increasing the diversity of our student population in order to provide a multicultural environment and to create a unique learning experience for all our students, integrating them into the world of International Business and Management.
Location: 2 Rue Sextius Michel 75015 Paris, Metro Bir Hakeim, Ligne 6 or Metro Charles Michel Ligne 1a or RER C Champs de Mars, Paris, France
Student Population: 2,000 students ( including 450 non-French students representing 51 nationalities)
Tuition fees: $4,895 (2012-2013 In-State Tuition Rate)
Accommodations Costs: (2012-2013) Housing available at Pythagore Residence Grande Arche or Cite Universitaire de Paris
Pythagore - Single Studios Only (Rent 640 euros/month) Click link for more information
Cite U - Standard w/ bathroom shared (Rent 420 euros/month, electricity and Internet included); Confort Ensuite w/ private bath (Rent 525 euros/month, electricity and Internet included); Reservation fee 600 euros for one semester or 1200 euros for one year to pay to ESCE by bank transfer. Click here for more information. Cite Universitaire
Projected Budget: click ESCE Budget
Qualifications: minimum GPA of 3.0 will be required for admission
Courses Taught in English: See attached ESCE Catalog 2012 ESCE Catalog 2012
Courses Previously Approved: See attached ESCE Courses Pre-Approved
Frequently Asked Questions
Upon arrival in country, are students met at the airport or do students need to find their own way to campus?
Students are responsible for getting to the campus.
Once at the university, what can students expect in the way of an orientation?
After students arrive for orientation, they have three days to attend meetings concerning immigration, ESCE's educational/teaching system housing subsidy, etc.
Once on campus, do students need to register for their courses or are they automatically enrolled in the courses previously submitted on their initial application? If students need to register themselves, what must they do?
Students register for the courses they chose on-line (Step 4) in the application process. If there is a conflict with scheduling, the International Office at ESCE will assist with different options.
How to Apply:
Applications for August 2013 entry should reach us before April 15, 2013; applications for Janurary 2014 should reach us before October 15, 2013. Any applications received after these dates may be considered at the University's discretion. To begin application, click here. Exchange Application Once completed, submit application to the Office of International Programs and Services, SNGL 119 and pay the $175 application fee.