Groupe ESPI’s development strategy is also based on signing academic partnership agreements that offer our students opportunities to participate in double degree programmes. Double degree students cultivate a certain prestige, develop multiple skills and knowledge, and can gain invaluable foreign language experience …, all of which represent serious advantages in the eyes of future employers! It is for this reason that Groupe ESPI has already signed 3 partnership agreements and aims to continue in this direction.
Groupe ESPI currently collaborates with the Université de Vives in Belgium and with La Rochelle Business School – Excelia Group (previously Sup de Co La Rochelle). Year 3 ESPI students can apply for a place on the 3rd year of the Bachelor Business Management & Entrepreneurship (taught entirely in English) at our Belgian partner, or a place on the 3rd year of the Bachelor Business Commerce & Management at La Rochelle. A double degree option is also available for our Year 2 Masters students on the Real Estate Finance Manager (MIFIM) programme, who can apply for a place on the postgraduate Banking Insurance, Asset Management & Real Estate programme at La Rochelle Business School – Excelia Group.
FURTHER DETAILS FOR BACHELOR STUDENTS
Upon successful completion of their first 2 years at ESPI, our GESAI undergraduate students can apply to study for a double-degree programme in collaboration with either La Rochelle Business School or the Université de VIVES. At the same time as the programme of study at our partner institutions, students will be required to choose 1 module from Year 3 of their course in France, for which they must pass all continuous assessments and final exams. In order to qualify for the double degree, they will also be asked to write and present a dissertation to a jury at the end of their studies.
FURTHER DETAILS FOR MASTERS STUDENTS
Our postgraduate MIFIM students can apply to study for a double-degree programme if they successfully complete the first year of their professional Masters programme. At the same time as their studies in La Rochelle, they will be required to take the module in ‘Property Development Financing’ on Year 2 of their course at ESPI. In order to qualify for the double degree, they must pass all continuous assessments and final exams in this module and will also be asked to write and present the professional Masters dissertation from the MIFIM programme.
Contact details & further information
Please contact your campus director for further information!
Director Paris campus
Director Nantes campus
Nadège LE VANNIER
Director Marseille campus
Director Lyon campus