Licence 3 - International Management

Objectifs de la formation

This 3rd and last year of our Licence 3-International Management (Licence Economie Gestion – Parcours Management International) is entirely taught in English.
This is a one year full-time program in management with one semester in France at IAE Eiffel and one semester in one of our partner universities in Europe or overseas . It is dedicated to French students with a two years degree (L2, associate degree, DUT...) in Economics, Management and Social Sciences but it is also open to international students enrolled in the Erasmus program and other bilateral exchanges agreements signed by IAE Gustave Eiffel – University Paris-Est Créteil, to international degree seaking students.
It is designed to provide basic skills in the core areas of business administration as well as an understanding of concepts, techniques and professional applications in several disciplines of management. The curriculum encompasses introductory courses which enable candidates to prepare themselves for a Master degree in the field of Business and Management.
Foreign students have also the opportunity to learn French while they are in Créteil and all student can study during their exchange semester in another language (English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian…).
The program offers participants the opportunity to gain international, transferable skills for the work place by working in groups of students from diverse national and cultural backgrounds and doing an exchange program.
The courses will take place in the main campus of the University Paris Est Créteil (UPEC), just 25 minutes from the heart of Paris (Bastille).

Organisation de la formation

The program runs for 2 semesters: September to December in Créteil at Eiffel School of Management / January to April in one of our partner universities.
Class size is limited to 25 students from all around the world .

Période en entreprise/organisation


Approche pédagogique

The teaching method encourages strong student involvement, through active participation, personal involvement, and team work. All courses consist of a mix of lectures, readings, case studies and discussions.
All resources from Harvard Business School are made available to students.
Emphasis will be placed on the development of analytical skills, critical thinking and written and oral skills.
Faculty members are international Professors, Researchers, Managers, Entrepreneurs and Senior Lecturers who all share with enthusiasm their international experience.

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This 3rd Year of the Licence 3 - International Management covers a full year of management studies, split into two semesters of 30 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) each, in accordance with the European University scheme:

In France, it consists in 4 units:
• Communicate (5 ECTS)
• Understand the Context (8 ECTS)
• Understand and Manage People and Organizations (17 ECTS)

The first semester starts from mid-September and ends up at the end of December and the second semester is based on the calendar of our international partner universities.
Assessment is based on class participation, assignments throughout the semester. This is adapted to each course and in-class assessment may be oral or written, individual or within a group.



Licence 3 - International Management

1er semestre / UE 1: Communicate
Titre Heures ECTS Enseignant
French language 20,0 3,0 Irena Rambi
Professional project or internship 10,5 1,0 Isabelle Derumez
Spanish 20,0 3,0 Stéphane Pelletier
Team project 15,0 2,0 Odile Solnik
1er semestre / UE 3: Understand the context
Titre Heures ECTS Enseignant
Competitive intelligence 28,0 3,0 Eric Hertzler
Data Analysis 28,0 3,0 Erkin Diyarbakirlioglu
Seminar Marketing 14,0 2,0 Isabelle Derumez
1er semestre / UE 4: Understand and manage people and organizations
Titre Heures ECTS Enseignant
Fundamentals of management accounting and control 24,5 3,0 Coskun Cakar
Management of information system 24,5 3,0 Sébastien Sardet
Principles of finance 24,5 3,0 Cedric Rassaby
Principles of human resource management 28,0 4,0 Xavier Brisbois
Principles operation management 28,0 4,0 Marc Van Migom




This program is designed for English-speaking students with a 2 years degree in Economics, Management and Social Sciences, but also in other disciplines.
Students must have earned 120 ECTS (European credit transfer system).

Admission is based on written applications and individual interviews.
1° Written applications (online only)

To apply for admission to the degree, students must first download and fill out the application form above.
Students must submit the following documents with their application form:
• Motivation letter
• Resume (CV)
• Copy of TOEFL, IELTS or TOEIC score report (for non-native English-speaking candidates, not holding a degree in English)
• Copy of diplomas and transcripts of records (as well as official English or French translation of diplomas and transcripts)

2° Individual interviews
Shortlisted students will then be invited to attend a selection interview with the admissions officer in June (webcam interviews for students living abroad). Based on these interviews, the final participants will be chosen.

3° Tuition fees
Tuition fees for the IMBM are limited to the registration fees to the University Paris-Est Créteil: 184 euros in 2014 (+ Students Social Security : 213 euros).

Students who had stopped their studies for 2 years or more fall into the category of continuing education. In addition to registration fees, continuing education fees are required: 6 300 euros.

Please visit our web pages dedicated to exchange students.




Poursuite d'études et mobilités internationales

According to their grades, at the end of this nationally recognized Bachelor program, students will have 180 and therefore can apply to a Master’s of our IAE Gustave Eiffel (Marketing, Finance, and Management) or any French IAE programs
They have also access to other Master’s degree in France (Universities, "Grandes Ecoles") or abroad.

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