The program is taught in English by leading professors in the field of Management and Information Technology. Earn up to eight credits, six for main program, 2 for French classes. All courses are taught by leading professors.
The program is offered on the basis of 3 hours per day:
The aim of this course is to introduce to students the main technological evolutions that have been transforming the European economy from the last decade.
The main specific stakes and issues of French and European management will present an overview of the current and future, emphasizing specific contents and key issues regarding management theories and practice both in France and Europe.
Thus the program puts into perspective technological innovation and how organizations and populations have been affected by these changes. The track involves a reflection through the topics about the future of Digital transformation and Digital Social Innovation in Europe.
Two field trips: Geneva, Switzerland and Brussels, Belgium.
IMT–BS European Summer School takes place each year from mid–June to mid–July.This program is open to students proficient in English and having completed their second year of undergraduate students.
MANAGING INNOVATION AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
The program is taught entirely in English by leading professors in field of Management, Information and Communication Technologies. You can also attend different levels of French classes, from virtual beginner to advanced, taught by experienced French As a Foreign Language professors.
You may select at your own expense several guided weekend excursions to historical and natural wonders of France, and explore the multitude of monuments, shops, bars and
restaurants in Paris
Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or advanced French speaker, you will learn or improve your French in small groups with highly experienced professors
To complete our academic program, the Summer School offers you the opportunity to experience exciting excursions to Switzerland (United Nations and International Telecommunication Union) and Belgium (European Commission and Parliamentarian)
French classes are offered certain afternoons. During the first class, students take tests and are split into groups according to their level. The advanced level group only opens with a minimum of 8 students.
Aim: To allow students, based on their level of French, either to be introduced to the language for practical use or to improve their proficiency in the language.