Franco-German Track

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You are a German speaker, and passionate about German culture, the Franco-German Track 🇫🇷 🇩🇪 is for you.

The Franco-German program has been in existence for almost 20 years and it is now possible to join this program thanks to the Track offered in the first year.

The Franco-German program is a bi-national program managed jointly by ESCE and our prestigious partner, the Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht in Berlin (HWR Berlin).

After a first year at ESCE and a Summer School in Germany, the program allows students to join a Franco-German class in the second year, alternating semesters at ESCE with semesters at the HWR in Berlin. Students acquire management and international business skills, as well as an in-depth knowledge of German culture.

Our partner in Berlin:

 

Germany

Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht, Berlin.

German speakers, participate in this summer school which will allow you to discover QUALITY teaching and GERMAN culture in a prestigious German university and to DEVELOP your language level.

Courses are taught in French 🇫🇷
in English 🇬🇧 and in German 🇩🇪

Designed for German-speaking students at ESCE and French-speaking students at HWR Berlin, this program offers a true bicultural experience.

About fifteen students are officially registered each year in the Franco-German program and integrated from their second year of study in a bicultural program between the two European capitals.

The Franco-German track 🇫🇷 🇩🇪 is:

  • A 5-year training program for international business
  • A professional experience: 12 to 14 months of internships in companies
  • A thorough knowledge of German and French culture: 5 semesters in Paris and 4 or 5 semesters in Berlin

4 official diplomas recognized in the European space:

  • Bachelor HWR Berlin
  • ESCE Diploma Bac+5 – Master Degree
  • Master HWR Berlin
  • Certificate of the Franco-German University

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Updated 4 February 2022