Studying at BEM
A quarter of students recruited at BEM are international. They can be recruited:
- in the framework of an agreement between BEM and their Home Institution
- through the BEM’IN competitive exam (Master in Management Program)
- or directly through the usual selection process of the programs
Students of more than 40 different nationalities are mixing on BEM campus.
Practical information for International Students can be found on the downloadable documents to the right.
Accommodation and integration at BEM
Special help with accommodation is organised all year long for International Students. See Housing page .
The International Mobility office and the Melting Potes association offer every semester (early September and in January) a pick-up service at Bordeaux-Mérignac airport and at Bordeaux Saint Jean train station to International Students.
For more information about this service, please download the BEM Information Form (to the right)
The Melting Potes student association supports the International Mobility office in facilitating the integration of international students among the French students through the organization of activities all year long.
Feel free to contact them: email@example.com or visit their Facebook page .
Coming to BEM in the framework of an agreement between BEM and your Home Institution
BEM receives every academic year for one or two semesters more than 300 Incoming Students, coming from its partner institutions. Some of them, in specific conditions, can even obtain one of our diplomas.
International Students coming from a partner institution must be selected by their Home Institution
According to your Home Institution, you will be registered in one of the following programs:
Please check BEM Partner Institution list to find out by which program you are concerned.
- Master in Management (ESC)
- BEM Bachelor
- EBP International
- MIB (MACI)
- MSc in Global Supply Chain Management (ISLI)
Click on the program for more information about the dates and the registration process.
An orientation Session is organized every semester to welcome the Incoming Students of the MScM, BEM Bachelor and EBP International programs, according to their sequence of arrival.
|1||Master in Management| BEM Bachelor||Mid-September|
|5||Master in Management | BEM Bachelor||Early January|
|6||Master in Management | EBP International||Early February|
The exact dates of the Orientation can be found on the page of the concerned program (download the factsheet).
Planning: welcome & general information on the academic programme, health insurance, Visa and OFII, housing, School visit, sightseeing and various activities…
It is compulsory to attend the Orientation Session. Students starting on another Sequence must contact the International Mobility Office before their arrival.
Get a French degree
Students who do not come from one of BEM partner institutions must directly contact the program of their choice and follow the usual recruitment process.
Pour intégrer le programme Grande Ecole, Master in Management ESC, le concours BEM’IN est ouvert au étudiants internationaux.
BEM offers 6 programs entirely or partly taught in English. 30% of BEM teaching staff is international.
Master in Management Program
offers about 40 management courses taught in English during the Fall and Spring semesters for Master level students.
- To join the MScM Program: BEM’IN competitive exam .
- BEM Bachelor offers one semester of courses entirely taught in English for Bachelor level students
- EBP International offers one semester of courses entirely taught in English for Master level students
- The Wine MBA , MIB-MACI , and MSc in Global Supply Chain Management are entirely taught in English.