The EM Strasbourg Business School is recognized as the Business School of the University of Strasbourg. This enables the combination of academic benefits and university support. The school has solid partners from the public sector known as EM Strasbourg-Partenaires, involving 160 partner companies, and a network of its 11,000 alumni. EM Strasbourg enjoys extensive autonomy with regard to its development policy and is located within a first-rate academic environment. It also benefits from an EPAS accreditation for its Grande Ecole program. The EM Strasbourg Business School is internationally renowned and focuses on a global approach modeled on the EQUIS and AACSB accreditations.
A variety of company visits, visits of international institutions and cultural sights will be organized once a week in conjunction with the classes.
Partner companies for these one-day corporate immersion visits include:
• Smart France – Hambach, France
• Mercedes Corporate Headquarters & visit of the museum – Stuttgart, Germany
• Steelcase Worklab – Schiltigheim, France
• WeberHaus – Rheinau-Linx, Germany
• Siemens – Haguenau, France
• Wine Industry – Alsace, France
• Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt, Germany
• Tomi Ungerer Museum, Strasbourg, France
• The European Parliament – Strasbourg, France
• The Council of Europe – Strasbourg, France
• The European Court of Human Rights – Strasbourg, France
• The European Central Bank – Frankfurt, Germany
• University-run or private residence hall near the school (depending on availability).
• Students are expected to arrive 1-2 days prior to the beginning of the program (reservations will be made accordingly).
• Close to tram stop and very close to the school.
Situated on the banks of the river Rhine, the city of Strasbourg is known for its historical and cultural sights, as well as its specific, picturesque ambiance. The city is famous for its Cathedral which is the highest medieval building in Europe. It is also known for its channels which encircle the city center and bring to the charm of the scenery, its traditional Christmas Market, its lovely parks, and a distinctive traditional cuisine. Strasbourg offers its visitors a variety of unique experiences. Its rich history and the fact that through the centuries it has been under strong cultural influence of Germany, have given Strasbourg a distinctive appearance - the charm of the old part of the city ("Petite France") is easily combined with the splendor of institutional buildings inspired by German architecture. This mixture of influences is also present in the local cuisine in which you can enjoy in one of Strasbourg’s many restaurants. Due to the fact that the city is home to numerous international organizations, Strasbourg is also known as a capital of Europe and it is home to the building of European Parliament and the European Court of Human Rights. In addition, being home to one of the oldest European universities makes Strasbourg a city with a large student population which gives the city a consistent liveliness.