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Faculty Director(s) / Program Contact: Anna Ochs MSU Sponsoring Academic Dept(s): Finance, French, International Business, Management, Marketing
Program sponsorship indicator: Mankato Program Program Type: MnSU Exchange Program
Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: English Intent of Program: Education Abroad
Program Length: Semester or Year
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Please contact one of the following Center for Global Engagement (CGE) advisors or stop by our office in Morris Hall 002, lower level!

Anna Ochs: anna.ochs@mnsu.edu or 507-389-6669
Erica Johnson: erica.johnson@mnsu.edu or 507-389-6724
NOTE: Neoma Business School's academic calendar may not align with the Minnesota State Mankato academic calendar. Please check the term dates carefully so that you ensure your participation abroad does not overlap with Minnesota State Mankato semester dates.
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ABOUT NEOMA BUSINESS SCHOOL
Founded in 2013, NEOMA Business School is the result of the merger of two historical institutions, Reims Business School (1928) and Rouen Business School (1871).

NEOMA is ranked 30th worldwide (vs. 43rd in 2019 and 28th in 2020) and 7th in France. After last year's surge (up 15 places), this stable position really consolidates this institution among the world's top 30. NEOMA Business School is annually ranked in the top 7 French institutions fully recognized by the French Ministry of Higher Education.

With 380 partner universities, NEOMA aims to create a multicultural enviornment within its campuses. Each year, NEOMA welcomes 9,000 students of 100 different nationalities on its three campuses. 72% of NEOMA's teaching staff is international. 

Programs are taught completely in English: NEOMA offers two 4-year Bachelor Cycle covering the fundamentals of management followed by a 2-year Master is Management Cycle. 

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ABOUT ROUEN, FRANCE
  • Rouen is the capital of the Haute-Normandie region in northern France in the department of Seine-Maritime. It lies on the River Seine and is the historic capital city of Normandy.
  • Rouen is a vibrant city with beautiful architecture and an interesting past. The city is celebrated by artists and carries a deep history.
  • There are lots of museums to visit in Rouen and something for all tastes.
  • The Old Market Square is one of the main squares of Rouen. Colorful buildings and beautiful architecture line its perimeter.
  • It is located about 78 miles northwest of Paris, on the Seine River.
  • The city is a major port, serving in part as an outport of Paris. Much of the city has been made conducive to tourism, with walking paths and retail shops.
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ACADEMIC INFORMATION
  • As up to 95% of courses are taught in English, exchange students do not need to speak French. Students can only mix and match courses within the same offer, undergraduate OR graduate or select a track.
  • The usual workload is 30 ECTS credits per semester (5 courses). The minimum workload required is 20 ECTS credits.
  • In addition to the final examination, classes are assessed continuously (participation, projects, papers, etc.).
  • All courses are graded on a scale out of 20. The minimum pass mark is 10/20. Academic transcripts feature the ECTS grading standard.
  • Transcripts are generally available 2 months after the final exams. Students are invited to download their transcript directly on the internal portal. An original copy can be sent by post upon request.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION
  • HOUSING: On & off-campus accommodation can be booked through the NEOMA BS Housing Application well in advance of arrival. Prices may vary for private accommodation depending on the size, the services provided, and the duration of the exchange. 
  • INSURANCE: All students are required to be covered by health insurance during their stay in France.
  • VISA TO FRANCE: Non-European students will need a visa to enter and stay in the Schengen Area for the length of their studies. Students must apply well in advance of their arrival for a visa at the nearest French Consulate or Campus France.
  • STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: The Wellness offer includes assistance to students with specific needs, support from professional psychologists, medical advice by registered nurses, a listening ear from the "Diversity, Equal Opportunities, Handicap" counselors, and various workshops and classes that focus on students' well-being.

Updated: 11/21/22 TC



This program is currently not accepting applications.