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  • Locations: Caen, France; Dublin, Ireland; Le Havre, France; Oxford, United Kingdom; Paris, France
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Calendar Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: AUS applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2020-2021 16-NOV-2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall 2020 16-NOV-2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Program Description:
EMN Group
EMN Church Saint-Pierre
EMN Group 2
Learn more about EM Normandie Business School 

EM Normandie Business School Advising Sheet
EM Normandie Business School:
EM Normandie Business School, aka Ecole de Management de Normandie, established in 1871, is one of the oldest business schools in France. It is AACSB accredited. For more information, see the Fact Sheet.

5 campuses: Le Havre, France; Caen, France; Paris, France; Dublin, Ireland; Oxford, United Kingdom

The Le Havre campus is located at the heart of a maritime metropolis, with cutting-edge, modern architecture and an ideal blend of countryside and coastal living. 

The Caen campus is located in the northern higher eduction and research hub, which hosts some 14,000 students.

The Paris campus offers an innovative and stimulating working environment in the heart of France's economic and cultural capital. 

The Dublin campus is located in the trendy Temple Bar district, right in the heart of the city. 

The Oxford campus is located in the centre of this historic city, which is world famous for Oxford University, the oldest in the English-speaking world. 

  1. Sophomores encouraged to apply
  2. Must have at least 60 credits by program start date
  3. Seniors may not go in last semester
  4. Must have at least a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above.
  5. Exchange program open to UG and MBA-SBA students only

Length of Stay:
One or two semesters.

Program Fees and Costs:
Exchange students pay AUS tuition fees for the full course load (12-16 credits) in addition to Student Activities fees. Any additional costs including housing, lab fees, meal plans, books and insurance will be paid directly to the host university.

EM Normandie has its own online housing platform where students can find offers from property owners, student residences, agencies, or the school community. 

To check these offers, send an email to Moreover, there are other options and websites that students can explore such as:  

Once a student is admitted to EM Normandie, they will receive a Letter of Acceptance and must apply for a VISA D for FRANCE (an extended stay student visa, with residency permit - VLS-TS). A tourist visa cannot be converted into a student visa in France or in any other country of the European Union. The student has to apply for a student visa from their country of origin. Documents that can be requested by the Embassy for the visa application (non-exhaustive) are passport, proof of acceptance by EM Normandie, proof of financial support, proof of health insurance coverage and/or travel insurance, and proof of vaccinations (some consulates only).

Health Insurance:
The French Health Care coverage is compulsory for students who are in France for more than 3 months and under the age of 28. This coverage starts on September 1st; if the program starts in August, students are required to subscribe to a private or travel insurance that covers them until that date. If students do not have a private insurance in their country of origin, EM Normandie will help them subscribe to a French private insurance.

EM Normandie is appropriate for both undergraduate and graduate students in SBA.

CAAD: No courses offered for CAAD majors. 

CAS: No courses offered for CAS majors. 

CEN: No courses offered for CEN majors. 

SBA: The school is AACSB-, EQUIS-, and EPAS-accredited (i.e. Triple Crown Accredited). Students are offered a variety of courses in business, management, marketing, and more. 

Students must fill out the AUS course permission form to get their courses approved by the Associate Dean of their school and the Registrar. Upon approval, students students will also be informed the grades required to transfer credits. Students must achieve the minimum grade as indicated on the form in order to receive course credit (requirements for credit transfer vary by program). Each study abroad case is subject to approval.

Financial Grant:
AUS students on grants/scholarships must obtain approval from the Office of Financial Grants and Scholarships before starting a semester abroad at a host university. In cases where the AUS student pays tuition directly to AUS for study abroad, the student will continue to use their AUS grants and AUS-funded scholarships for that semester abroad. These students should speak with the Financial Grants and Scholarship Manager for more information. Students sponsored by an organization outside of AUS are responsible for making arrangements with their sponsor.