EBS Paris

European Business School, Paris

EBS Paris
10 rue Sextius Michel
75015 Paris

ERASMUS Code: F PARIS258

Website: http://www.ebs-paris.fr/management-school/

Telephone: +33 1 40 71 37 37
Fax: +33 1 40 71 37 04
E-mail: international@ebs-paris.com

 

Number of inhabitants in the city: 2,244,000

Number of students in the university: 1,600

 

Programs:

Business and Administration

 

Academic calendar:

The academic calendar for the exchange program is as follows:

3rd Year courses (Undergraduate level)

  • Fall semester: Beginning of September – End of December 2017
  • Spring semester: Mid-January – End of April 2018

5th Year courses (Postgraduate level)

  • Fall semester 5th year: Beginning of September – End of December 2017
  • No courses in the Spring semester in 5th year (ebs Paris students are on internship during this time)

 

Courses for exchange program:

Please contact the International Office for information concerning the program, course lists and syllabi.

 

Useful information:

  • Paris is the capital and largest city in France, situated on the river Seine, in northern France. Today it is one of the world’s leading business and cultural centers, and its infl uences in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world’s major global cities;
  • Paris is in the Central European Time Zone (CET). CET is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+1);
  • The overall climate throughout the year is mild and moderately wet. Summer days are usually warm and pleasant with average temperatures between 15 and 25 °C (59 and 77 °F), and a fair amount of sunshine. Spring and autumn have, on average, mild days and fresh nights but are changing and unstable. Surprisingly warm or cool weather occurs frequently in both seasons. In winter, sunshine is scarce; days are cool, nights cold but generally above freezing with low temperatures around 3 °C (37 °F);
  • The official currency of France is the Euro (€). Major credit cards are accepted in most hotels, shops and restaurants. Money can be changed at the main train stations, international airports, major banks, exchange bureaus, most large hotels and the post office. Automatic changing and cash dispensing machines linked to international networks are also widely available;
  • The shopping opportunities in Paris are endless. It is always possible to find something unique and affordable. Shops are generally open from 10.00 to 19.00 from Monday to Saturday, with specialist boutiques closing for an hour at lunch.