International experience crafted into ESC Clermont’s Bachelor and Master programmes

Each year, many students obtain international experience through the different study tracks offered and facilitated by the agreements the school has with other foreign universities.

Students are accompanied by the international office through each step of the study abroad process whether going abroad for a semester exchange or a dual-degree in one of the university’s 100 partners worldwide.

Favourite exchange destination for Bachelor students: Europe

The majority of Bachelor students (55%) decide to choose Europe as a departure destination, followed by Latin America (15%), then North America (6%) and finally Oceania (2%).

The students of the Bachelor programme have the choice between 18 dual-degree and 48 exchange destinations in their 3rd and last year of the Bachelor programme.

Top 5 Bachelor study abroad destinations:

  • Dublin Business School, Ireland
  • JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä, Finland
  • TEC de Monterrey, Mexico
  • Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
  • Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland

And the choice of travel destinations just gets bigger: Starting from this year intake, a new destination is added to the list allowing students to go to Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, one of China’s world top universities that is ranked as the 82nd best university of the world by Shanghai ranking.

A vast travel map for Master students

The Master in Management students are evenly distributed thoughout the worldmap. Europe still represents the number 1 detination (41%), followed by South America (30%), North America (15%), and Asia (13%) with a few students deciding to go Oceania or the Maghreb (1%).

Top 5 study abroad destinations for our MiM students:

  1. TEC Monterrey, Mexico
  2. Université de Moncton, Canada
  3. FAAP, São Paulo, Brasil
  4. Dublin Business School, Ireland
  5. Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland

Big news for the MiM programme? From next intake, students will be able to obtain a dual-degree from TEC de Monterrey, Mexico’s most prestigious university that is also consistently ranked among the world’s 100 leading universities. It had already been possible to go for exchange, a new agreement has been reached with the university allowing the students to spend a year there to get the partner’s degree.