English
Login
Register
View University
Studies > France > Rouen > NEOMA Business School > Reviews 
View programmes Write Review

NEOMA Business School

755 reviews
Recommended by
88%
4.09 / 5 based on 755 reviews
7 – 12 of 755
Next Previous
Useful  |  0
Avis du Global Bachelor in Business Administration de Neoma Business School Rouen
Aubin L
France, Other courses
Business Studies, 2023
Overall
Neoma aide ses étudiants pour les CV et les entretiens à travers des cours et des formations. Il fournit un service Alumni très important, avec de très nombreux chefs d'entreprises étant passé par Neoma. Des conférences et des colloques sont régulièrement mis en place. Neoma offre également une aide pour les étudiants ayant peu de revenu avec des costumes pas chère pour les entretiens. Il propose également un service de "nettoyage" de réseaux sociaux.
Read more >
Pros
Le réseau de Neoma est indéniablement son point fort
Cons
Une mise en contact direct avec les chefs d'entreprises (les démarches doivent pour le moment se faire en autonomie)
Useful  |  3
Expérience espace carrières Neoma
Agathe L
France, Undergraduate
Management Science, 2023
Overall
Au sein du parcours GBBA, Neoma donne la possibilité à ses élèves de partir en échange en 2nde année pour une durée allant jusqu'à un an, et propose aussi de faire plusieurs stages, dont un semestre de stage à l'étranger. Afin de nous aider dans la recherche de stage, Neoma met à disposition de ses étudiants une plateforme JobTeaser dédiée avec des offres exclusives à Neoma, ainsi qu'un service de coaching en recherche de stage ainsi que des relectures de CV.
Read more >
Pros
Service de coaching gratuit pour la recherche de stage et relecture de CV
Cons
La diffusion de l'information vis-à-vis des formalités de stages
Useful  |  0
The X-culture trainning
Zhiru L
France, Graduate
Management Science, International projct management, 2022
Overall
This is a cross-international cooperation business project. My team members are from the United States, Italy, and Myanmar. We provided solutions to the challenges faced by an Italian wine company. In this process, we overcome cultural differences, jet lag, and technical problems, and finally successfully completed our project.
Greatly improve cross-international collaboration and communication skills.
It is very beneficial to learn from each other's strengths.
Read more >
Pros
It's skill-demanding thus can improve one's skills
Cons
Can't meet in person
Useful  |  1
Good Experience
Michael M
France, Graduate
Business Studies, 2024
Overall
The university is quite international, has good physical and tech facilities, and is located in a city that is conducive to learning (Rouen campus). They offer support to international students at every stage. The teachers are good, and course content is usually practical. 
Joining student associations is a good way to establish a social life. 
If you are an international student, know a little French before your arrival, it will make settling way easier.
Read more >
Pros
Good facilities, excellent teachers, active student life
Cons
Could do better on support and communication to international students
Useful  |  2
Sergey D
European Business School, Oestrich-Winkel, Germany
Business Studies, Graduate, Erasmus
Overall
I wish I had known...
...
Read more >
In my opinion:
Most people loved it.
Important factors in my choice
(1) Unimportant – (4) Very important
Academic reasons
4
Culture
4
Costs
3
Activities
4
Campus life
4
Party / people
4
Weather / location
3
Personal recommendation
It was not my first experience abroad, but it was really amazing. In the beginning, it is not really easy to adapt to the life in Rouen which is a little bit unusual for people coming from cities with millions of habitants, but you get very quick integrated through parties and different associations in the campus life. And what is concerned about the academic life, well, sometimes there should be some improvements to make, but personally I have gained a lot of experience, some subjects were really new for me, and writing dossiers of around 40 pages in a foreign language was a really exciting and important challenge especially for my future business life.
Read more >
During my experience abroad, I ...
(1) Never – (4) A lot
Became familiar with another culture
4
Traveled
4
Improved language skills
4
Met people from other countries
4
Became more independent
3
Partied a lot
3
Experienced a change in life
3
Advanced my studies & career
4
Final comments
I haven´t really talked in the previous sections about some travel opportunities but Rouen has plenty of them. It is situated only 100 km far away from Paris but the Normandy region has some beuatiful places to offer. First of all, you should plan to visit the famous Mont St.Michel Abbey ( the excursion will be organised by the ESC Rouen), moreover the North coast of Normandy with its beautiful cliffs and rocks ( cities: Etretat, Fecamp and Dieppe) is so lovely, and for fans of art and culture I can really recommend to visit the Museum of Claude Monnet and his garden in Giverny only 55 km far away from Rouen.
Read more >
Useful  |  1
Julia S
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
Business Studies, Undergraduate, University Agreement
Expenses
Main source of funding:
Personal savings
Other sources of funding:
Other
Work opportunities:
It was not legal for me to work
Personal spending habits
Housing is less expensive, even with the euro being about 2 Canadian dollars. Everything else was about the same price as here (or in the States), but in Euros. Food especially is very expensive. And of course, I did a lot of travelling in Europe.
Read more >
Overall, Food, Travel:
was more expensive than at home.
Housing, Nightlife, Telephone:
was the same price as at home.
Accessibility of student needs
Second-hand text books
Second-hand household items
Computers / Internet
Administrative
Money from home
Personal comments
The banking account was free. If you travel, book at least 2 weeks in advance - you can get amazing deals. Especially if you use discount airlines, such as easyjet, ryanair and aerlingus. Eurolines buses are pretty cheap too. And if you'll most use the SNCF (for train travel within France), definitely get the Carte 12-25. You'll save 50% on almost all journeys. You can ust the school's computers for the internet. You can also get a WiFi card from the international office for free (but with a deposit). But WiFi only works in 1 building. If you want internet in your room, it gets expensive (I think 25EUR/mth with limited up/downloads). For the phone: you don't really need one - you can call payphone-to-payphone and use calling cards. If you decide you need one, get a cellphone - they're actually cheaper than a landline. You can get a cheap one at Carrefour and pay as you go. Oh, and North American cell phones don't work in Europe, unless yours is tri-band.
Read more >
7 – 12 of 755
Next Previous
Saved jobs () Applied () Logout