Students who join the Exchange programme at level 2 attend the classes of the second year of the Bachelor in Management (BiM). They will have a course offer defined by Rennes SB. All classes are taught in English, and the cohort is extremely international and multicultural. This programme is only available for the Fall semester.
Key dates & requirements
Key dates – Academic calendar
Fall semester: Beginning of September – End of December
Academic requirements: 60 ECTS in Business studies or a minimum of 1 year of undergraduate education in Business for UG Level 2
Language requirements: We require a minimum of B2 level in English except for native English speakers.
All or most of the classes at Rennes SB are conducted in English and students must have sufficient command of the English language to be capable of understanding lessons, making oral presentations, writing reports and completing examinations etc.
How to apply for this Exchange programme?
Check our dedicated Incoming Student Exchange page to know how to apply for an Exchange programme at level 2. Our step-by-step incoming student guide will help you through all the different steps of the application process.
Course selection & course offer
Rennes School of Business uses ECTS (European Transfer Credit System). A standard workload is 30 ECTS per semester. Your course choices will depend on your home institution, your personal career plan, the pre-requisites for the course, the availability of the course and your personal schedule.
Students will be contacted by email in June (fall semester) in order to choose their courses.
For this specific programme, the total number of business credits chosen by any student is:
- Minimum 26 ECTS in Business courses
- Up to 30 ECTS with optional language modules
NB: 30 ECTS are usually equivalent to 15 US credits or 60 UK credits.
Fall semester only
- Sustainable Business Design
- Financial Operations
- Informations Systems and Web-based Operations
- Gestion de Projet Appliquée (Reciprocity = Applied Project Management – available to non-French speakers)
- Inferential Statistics
- Contemporary Issues in International Relations
- Services Marketing Management
Optional LANGUAGE MODULES
(for Transfer Credit Students)
- French Culture for International Students
- French as a second language