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Université Catholique de Lille: ESDES, Graduate School of Business and Management, was established in 1987 in the Catholic University of Lyon. ESDES is state-recognized and its diploma carries the 'visa' of approval and the master degree of the French Ministry of Education. The school is part of the "Conférence des Grandes Écoles" organization which gathers top French business schools that have proven academic excellence and selectivity in admissions. ESDES intends to encourage the promotion of the values of dignity, balance between personal and professional life and respect for others. The training is intended by ESDES to give both qualitative and technical know-how to supplement essential knowledge. It gives students the means to define their career plans in line with their life plan. The school trains students so they can learn and grow and become young graduates who have acquired professional skills combined with a human formation.
This is a four-week program for undergraduate students in Finance or Marketing. It is a great way to give a real international dimension to your studies. You will join a group of students from all over the world who have come to the ESDES School of Management to enjoy an ideal mix of studies, culture and leisure.


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Lyon is the third largest city in France and is located 431km (268 miles) southeast of Paris and 311km (193 miles) north of Marseille. It is the capital of the Rhône-Alpes region and the second largest contributor to the French economy after Paris. It has a population of 413,000 inhabitants. Lyon is between two hills, the Fourvière and Croix-Rousse, and between two rivers, the turbulent Rhône and the tranquil Saône. Lyon is a very industrial city; textile manufacturing is one of the most important here. Not only that, but this city is known as the capital of gastronomy. This city has the largest number of Michelin-star restaurants. The tradition of the city of lights or 'Lugdunum' (as called by the Romans) is still present and every evening more than 100 sites across the city are lit up to show the splendor of Lyon’s architecture.

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