FRANCE : Lille
EDHEC Business School
Fall / Spring Semester Exchange Program
Following an extensive search for the perfect location, EDHEC has chosen to build its new Lille International Campus on an exceptional site of 21 acres. Located in the heart of the Greater Lille metropolis, just minutes away from Lille's 2 train stations, the campus has been designated to meet the highest international standards, with respect for the environment, and will provide students with superior pedagogical, sporting, cultural and accommodation facilities.
Founded in 1906, EDHEC is a French Business School with two main campuses (Lille, Nice) and three executive campuses in Paris, London and Singapore. The school has an enrollment of over 6,200 full-time students and is offering a highly competitive business degree at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. Ranked among the leading schools in Europe, EDHEC is one of the few management schools with the three accreditations AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. EDHEC has a selective national entrance examination and recruiters appreciate our candidates’ broad academic knowledge, competence in two foreign languages (in addition to French) and experience gained from practical internships carried out throughout the world. EDHEC is currently pursuing partnerships at the Graduate level with more than 130 prestigious institutions worldwide. Please view the 2017 - 2018 Fact Sheet
for more information.
Master 1 level aimed at upper undergraduate students For courses offered click here (taught in English)
Many courses have been reviewed to transfer back to USD so be sure to review the Lille Course Equivalencies
in tandem with the courses during your anticipated term abroad. NOTE: Core curriculum designations on this list pertain to OLD core only.
If there is a course you are interested in not listed on the pre-approved list, please contact Alana Thomas.
Grades awarded during a semester at EDHEC will transfer back to USD and applied to the student's overall GPA. Please reference the FRANCE Grading Equivalencies
to understand how grades are converted. The grading system in France varies greatly from the United States, as does the method in which grades are awarded. European grades model the Bell Curve model much more closely than the U.S. educational system.
For more information, please contact the program advisor directly.
USD students will be billed the cost of USD tuition for their term abroad via their USD Student Account. Housing is not included in the fees assessed by USD and will be paid directly to the housing provider. Please see Program Cost above to review details of fees associated with this program.
A passport valid through 6 months past the program end date is required for all study abroad programs. Upon formal acceptance to participate in the program, students will need to register through CampusFrance online as well as apply for a French student visa. The study abroad advisor will review this process with all admitted students during the pre-departure orientation. The French student visa application is a lengthy process which requires that students be without their passports for quite some time. As such, students are highly discouraged from making any international travel plans within 90 days of the start date of their program.