EDHEC students on the campus of Stanford University as of July 2013 - summer session

Written on 15 February 2013.


EDHEC has signed an agreement with Stanford University that will give students in the grande école programme (in the first and second year of the business management track in Lille) the chance to spend eight weeks on Stanford’s campus in California, where they will take courses in economics, innovation, anthropology, statistics, communication, computer science, and others.

EDHEC is only the eleventh school in the world to send students every year to Stanford’s Summer International Honours Programme.

“This opportunity amounts to recognition of the excellence of the grande école programme and its students by one of the most renowned universities in the word,” says Anne Zuccarelli, Dean of Academic Programmes and Dean for Corporate Relations and Careers at EDHEC Business School.

At EDHEC, significant international experience is required to graduate; this experience can be acquired during an internship abroad or as part of an academic exchange at one of its 105 partner universities the world over.

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