Our network of universities
With a network of more than 183 partner universities in 41 countries, INSEEC Graduate School offers you the opportunity to spend one academic semester in a foreign university.
This kind of exchange represents a real opportunity for personal development and to become more open to the rest of the world – a real advantage for your future professional career.
Our network includes prestigious, internationally-renowned universities that will give your degree added value.
Students from partner universities also come to INSEEC and are full members of the student body in the School. You will thus have the opportunity to welcome them and to share great experiences with them on your campus.
In order to offer you as international a course as possible, your Graduate School Programme includes an obligatory academic semester in one of our partner universities. During the
second semester of your M1 year, you will leave for a six-month academic exchange. INSEEC endeavours to maintain a strong global network allowing all its students to benefit
from an international experience of at least six months before obtaining their degree.
A four- to eight-week immersion in a foreign partner university
Right from its inception, INSEEC Graduate School has chosen Summer Sessions as the means to send its first-year students abroad and give them a multicultural experience in an academic context.
Summer Sessions on the INSEEC London campus
Business & Language Summer Session
A four-week session to improve your mastery of the English language while discovering business management practices and London’s cultural wealth.
International Academics & TOEFL Summer Session
This eight-week programme enables students to prepare for the TOEFL®, essential when going to a foreign university during 2nd and 3rd year academic exchanges.
London Business Session – Work and Study in the UK
A four-week study session to acquire precious skills in finance, marketing, management and digital technology and to understand the specific characteristics of the British market.