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Academic cycle and Academic Calendar

Institut Mines-Télécom Business School shares its vision of international management in proposing, as of the second year, a track taught entirely in English. Thanks to this curriculum, the School allows students to pursue their studies and acquire the knowledge and skills in management with an emphasis on international case studies.

All international exchange students coming for one semester are registered in the English Track, which includes compulsory French classes.

The academic year at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is divided into two semesters.

Semester 1: September – December
Semester 2: January – May




Orientation days for exchange students

At the beginning of each semester, all exchange students are welcomed during the Orientation Days. All you need to know about the school living and studying in France will be explained to you.

It is also an excellent opportunity to meet other international students and is the start of the first week. It is strongly advised to attend the Orientation days.

August 31st – September 10th

Relevant information about dates at IMT-BS:

Academic year:

1. Autumn Semester 2018/2019: 10 September 2018 – 18 January 2019

Lecture period:

Grande Ecole EM1 EM M1 : 11.09.2018 – 11.01.2019
EM2 EM and Bachelor Program : 11.09.2018 – 21.12.2018
EM3 EM : 11.09.2018 – 25.01.2019
Masters of Science : 24.09.2018 – 18.01.2019
with French Language courses from September 3rd to September 21st.

Welcome Week for International Students: from 3 to 7 September 2018

2. Spring Semester 2018/2019: 14 January 2019 – 28 June 2019

Lecture period :

Bachelor Program: 07.01.2019 – 31.05.2019
EM1 EM M1: 14.01.2019 – 17.05.2019
EM2 EM : 14.01.2019 – 31.05.2019
EM3 EM: 04.02.2019 – 28.06.2019
Masters of Science: 21.01.2019 – 28.06.2019

HOLIDAYS 2018/2019

Autumn: 29 October to 2 November 2018 inclusive
Christmas: 24 December 2018 to 4 January 2019 inclusive
Winter: 4 to 8 March 2019 inclusive
Spring: 29 April to 3 May 2019 inclusive


Institut Mines-Télécom Business School offers Bachelor and Master programs in a range of specialist areas, including business administration, management through technology.

Two Masters of Sciences (Msc) programs are taught exclusively in English and are tailored to the international and home market (B2 in English is required).

  1. Grande École Integrated Masters of Management (M1)
  2. Grande École Integrated Masters of Management (M2)
  3. MSc in International Management (M1)
  4. MSc in Information and Communication Technology Business Management (M1)
  5. MSc in Information and Communication Technology Business Management (M2)

Language requirement for the courses taught in the level in English B2 according to CEFR: The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

ATTENTION: The courses taught in French: the language requirement B2 in French.

For more details, please check our Courses taught in English

For the details, please to European Commission’s ECTS ONLINE USER GUIDE (PDF) to know the details

Exchange Students Study

Programs Overview

Attention: English/French language requirements CEFR B2

The Bachelor program is taught partly in English.

Within IMT-BS Bachelor Exchange Students can choose majors taught in English or in French from September to December (Fall semester only).

Institut Mines-Télécom Business School invites you to join its highly selective and prestigious Programme Grande École with a large range of Grande École courses taught in French and in English.

Attention: English/French language requirement CEFR B2

International Management
Information & Communication Technology Business Management
Attention: English language requirement CEFR B2

Please discover our Exchange Student Study Programs Overview

French language requirements for admission to Grande École d’Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is level B2 (according to CEFR: The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

To help you with the selection of your courses we have provided an overview of the different courses that are offered in English. If you have any questions regarding these courses, please contact at

French Classes are organized for our Incoming International students. They are designed for all exchange students who have been accepted to study at IMT-BS You will receive all necessary information by email and the procedure to sign up once you have been finally accepted.


Learning Agreement


Get the template for your Learning Agreement


Students coming from a European Institution (Erasmus students) should contact the International Coordinator of your home university to request the Erasmus+ Learning Agreement template.


Students coming from an Institution outside of Europe:


 Generate the word document from your personal Mobility-Online account in the step “print Learning Agreement”im


Fill out the Learning Agreement correctly


  • Complete the correct contact details for your home institution and for IMT-BS.
  • Fill out the courses and make sure you have at least 15 credits per semester:
  • Complete the course unit code ( ECO 4702)
  • Complete the course title ( Collaborative Economics)
  • Make sure your Learning Agreement is signed and sealed by your home university and yourself.
All departments have an international academic coordinator who is the contact person for exchange students on all academic matters.

During the first days of each semester organize a welcome session for orientation on academic matters. It is absolutely essential to attend this information session. The dates of these sessions are communicated during the general Orientation Days organized by Department if International Relations and Development right before the start of the semester.

Please see our information program for International Students for academic year 2018/2019

International Student Orientation Week 2018


August 31st – September 10th

Examination and Grading


 Students are normally allowed to take an examination for a course twice a year. First session examinations are held at the end of each term. Students are automatically registered for the semester examinations.

 Grading scale at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School

French students are graded out of 20 points; the lowest passing grade is 10/20. Grades may be awarded for final examinations, individual and/or group papers and reports, and class participation. Most grades are a mix of several of these types of assessment.

IMT-BS International Grade Conversion Scale

IMT-BS grade


16.00/20 or more










less than 10.00


IMT-BS grade

US Grading Scale

14.00/20 or more














less than 10.00



Every student will receive an Official Transcript of Records after the successful completion of all program requirements. The transcript will show the course name, contact hours, the number of acquired credits as well as the achieved grades.


All study programs at IMT-BS are measured in terms of ECTS credits. All courses have a number of credits allocated reflecting the time that an average student will need to attend the course and finish it. The credit is the total of all study activities for one course: lectures, seminars, practicals, study time, preparation for examinations, writing essays, etc. One credit stands for 25 to 30 hours of total study time. A full-time one-year study program amounts to 60 credits (30 credits per semester), which comprises a student workload.

For the details, please to European Commission’s ECTS ONLINE USER GUIDE to know the details


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