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Hi, I'm Apoorva. I ve just completed my under graduation in Mathematics. I wanna pursue higher studies and I dont know why, I badly wanna study In France. Studying in France has always been my dream and just bcos of that I ve learnt French. B1 level. But I dont know what course to choose.. I m interested In MBA in Finance or Human Resource Managment. But as mentioned earlier I ve just completed my UG. So no work experience. I m so confused I dont know what to do. Is there any better course that I can do in France ?
Hi, I'm Apoorva. I ve just completed my under graduation in Mathematics. I wanna pursue higher studies and I dont know why, I badly wanna study In France. Studying in France has always been my dream and just bcos of that I ve learnt French. B1 level. But I dont know what course to choose.. I m interested In MBA in Finance or Human Resource Managment. But as mentioned earlier I ve just completed my UG. So no work experience. I m so confused I dont know what to do. Is there any better course that I can do in France ?
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Duncan
If you come to France but don't study in French then you will have a very limited experience of France: you'll be studying mostly with people of Asian and African descent, living in English and perhaps in an international student residence where English is also the common language. I suggest you take a semester first to perfect your French, and then study in French. This will give you a better experience and probably a stronger educational experience.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 15, 2015]

If you come to France but don't study in French then you will have a very limited experience of France: you'll be studying mostly with people of Asian and African descent, living in English and perhaps in an international student residence where English is also the common language. I suggest you take a semester first to perfect your French, and then study in French. This will give you a better experience and probably a stronger educational experience.
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Hi, Thanks for your reply. i just have a doubt. you are suggesting me to do a course in French ? I know i cant go for MBA. Since i dont have any work experience. So what course would suit me.?
Hi, Thanks for your reply. i just have a doubt. you are suggesting me to do a course in French ? I know i cant go for MBA. Since i dont have any work experience. So what course would suit me.?
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Duncan
I'd suggest a diplome universitaire in the language, and then an MSc at a grade ecole.
I'd suggest a diplome universitaire in the language, and then an MSc at a grade ecole.
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badux
What about a master in management program at a ranked school? HEC Paris and ESSEC have MSc programs with great salary outcomes. Check out the MScs at EDHEC, Emlyon, Audencia and Grenoble and to a lesser extent IESEG, Montpellier, Neoma...
What about a master in management program at a ranked school? HEC Paris and ESSEC have MSc programs with great salary outcomes. Check out the MScs at EDHEC, Emlyon, Audencia and Grenoble and to a lesser extent IESEG, Montpellier, Neoma...
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Hi Badux, Thank for you suggestion. As you know in India, colleges do accept freshers for MBA. In that case, I thought of taking either Finance or Human Resource Management as my specialization. So, now how about a Masters in HRM in France ? Will i have good opportunities ?
Hi Badux, Thank for you suggestion. As you know in India, colleges do accept freshers for MBA. In that case, I thought of taking either Finance or Human Resource Management as my specialization. So, now how about a Masters in HRM in France ? Will i have good opportunities ?
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Duncan
ESCP, Université Paris-Dauphine, ESSEC and Université Panthéon-Assas are the best places to go, and there's also the Université Paris Est Créteil but that's a riskier bet. However in all five cases you would need to study in French to have good career possibilities.

PS Université Paris Est Créteil and the university in Cergy, near ESSEC, both have good value, semester-long, intensive French courses.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 25, 2015]

ESCP, Université Paris-Dauphine, ESSEC and Université Panthéon-Assas are the best places to go, and there's also the Université Paris Est Créteil but that's a riskier bet. However in all five cases you would need to study in French to have good career possibilities.

PS Université Paris Est Créteil and the university in Cergy, near ESSEC, both have good value, semester-long, intensive French courses.
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Basically, what everyone else said :)

If you wanna work in France there's only one way - in French. So be prepared to do one year of French upon arrival, and once you spend one year there you will have lots of ideas, between universities, business schools, etc.

Cheers,
Yaron

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[Edited by Admissionado on Nov 26, 2015]

Basically, what everyone else said :)

If you wanna work in France there's only one way - in French. So be prepared to do one year of French upon arrival, and once you spend one year there you will have lots of ideas, between universities, business schools, etc.

Cheers,
Yaron

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Premier Admissions Consulting
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