SKEMA Business School is delighted to welcome hundreds of new international students to its campuses worldwide every academic year.
For our international students joining our campuses in France, we are very proud to hold the Campus France Bienvenue en France Label with the highest ranking of three stars. This label measure to quality and content of SKEMA's International Student Services
Here is a quick view of what you can expect as a new International Student joining SKEMA Business School in France:
Even before your arrival in France, the SKEMA International Office will be in
contact with you to help prepare your arrival to France. This support system
- SKEMA Compass Modules: detailed pre-orientation modules where you will find everything you need to know about SKEMA Business School: student services, campus life, city life, and extensive pre-arrival information such as visa, housing, insurance, banking,
- SKEMA Compass Webinar Series: connect with the International Office team as well as current students virtually to go over key topics such as visa, housing, health insurance, banking, transportation, student life & associations, and so much more!
- Orientation Groups: be assigned to a SKEMA Buddy who will be there to help provide useful tips and answer your questions regarding practical life at SKEMA and in France.
International Student Orientation Day: a dedicated pre-orientation day for our newly enrolled international students. A fun and interactive day on campus! Meet your Orientation Leaders and Groups, take part in interesting workshops on topics such as Intercultural Differences and Introduction to French. Have a campus tour and lunch with your new classmates!
Orientation Day: whether you are a degree-seeking student or exchange student at SKEMA, you will have a dedicated academic orientation day with your programme director. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the various SKEMA services and get prepared for the start of courses.
Induction Day: take part in a team-building activity with fellow international students to learn more about your new campus, town, and a bit of French culture.