The Pass-World entrance exam is an exam in which students with non-French diplomas can pass in order to enroll in the 2-year Master in Management program within one of the select French business schools. Grenoble Ecole de Management is one of the seven French business schools that offers the Pass-World exam for entry into Masters in Management program. Three Pass-world students who are currently studying at Grenoble Ecole de Management have shared some of their experiences of being an international student at GEM.
Deborah is a Pass-world student from Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) who is currently finishing her first year of studies at GEM. Deborah chose to study in France because she wanted to add an international competence to her background. She chose GEM because Continue reading
Hi everyone, my name is LI Kang. I’m from Yantai, a beautiful coastal city in Eastern China. From 2008 to 2012, I studied in Sichuan International Studies University. During my bachelor studies, I got the chance to do one year’s exchange in France. This year has left me a deep impression and has encouraged me to come back to France for my future studies and work. The first time I got to know Grenoble Ecole de Management was during a French school presentation in Chongqing. Continue reading
We arrived at Beihang University in the beginning of September, in the fascinating city of Beijing, cultural and political center of China. A mix of surprise, adaptation and amazement, these few words will give a little hint of what the Transcontinental Track in Beijing is.
What are we talking about?
The Transcontinental Track Beihang University is a class of 28 students, 26 in their 2nd year at GEM and 2 Chinese students from Beihang, that take their classes on the campus of Beihang University in the northwest of Beijing from September to December. We follow Continue reading
The AGERA network (Alliance Des Grandes Ecoles Rhône-Alpes Auvergne) which consists of 41 of the most prestigious higher education establishments in the Rhône-Alpes and Auvergne regions of France organized a conference in terms of the developments and opportunities of South Korea (La Corée du Sud: Pays de toutes les opportunités. Une des populations les mieux formées de la planète) on 12 March 2015. Caroline Gauthier, Professor and Researcher of Strategy in Grenoble Ecole de Management and Director of Advance Research Program for Doctoral school at GEM participated in this event and shared her experiences in South Korea with substantial supportive fact and data.
Naomi Kitta, a part-time MBA student of Tsukuba University, Japan, and the Product Manager who is also responsible for Communication & Marketing Operations and Consumer Goods Business in Swarovski, Japan, came with her passion for fashion & luxury marketing to GEM to participate in a short-term program called MSc Fashion Design & Luxury Management from February 23~27, 2015.