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686 reviews
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4.06 / 5 based on 686 reviews
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byrnecj
Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Business Studies, Undergraduate, Erasmus
Academic
Course recommendations
The UPEM courses are an absolute joke for anyone with even a mediocre standard of french, and better still for those who aren't really bothered, many are offered in english. If you want to learn french, take courses with the french students, that is from the grande école programme. Some can be tricky, many teachers don't make allowances for foreigners, but with the smallest amount of effort you can pass. And a pass is alll that the french students are looking for anyway. I guarantee that the average will never be above 12 out of twenty. Unless you really like accounting, stay away from compta générale. Oral and written exams- the average this year was below ten and all my mates from the football team failed. I passed, by the skin of my teeth. 4 to 6 hours a week, mon and fri mornings, my colleague from Dublin nearly killed me when I told her to take it. Content is simple, but the written exam is simply too long for the french, never mind a foreigner. Fiscalité is no picnic. Strat Fi, 2nd year is apparently difficult, as is controle de gestion 2. Its 1st year equivalent is a joke for anyone that uses his brain. I did FA and got 19. Stay away from the language courses in second term if you're there for the year. Headwreckingly simplistic. FCP in final term is supposedly a joke- no exams- they even go camping. Finance de Marchés is handy enough for a foreigner. Regardless, don't worry about it, choose what you want, and look at it the night before and you'll be fine. There's no great depth in any of these courses. 'On étudiera la veille mon pote' is a phrase you should hear often enough.
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decools
Universiteit Maastricht, Maastricht, Netherlands
Marketing and Sales Management, Graduate, Erasmus
Overall
Personal recommendation
Professionalisation. Increase quality of some courses and of easy exams. Let students study themselve instead of presenting everything in class.
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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
4
Experienced a change in life
2
Advanced my studies & career
2
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Bonne école de commerce dans le top 10
Adeline D
France, Graduate
Marketing and Sales Management
Overall
Je connais peu de personne complètement satisfait de leur école de commerce, mais Neoma Business School a l'avantage de proposer des cours d'assez bonne qualité, des partenariats avec de grandes entreprises, et de rendre l'échange universitaire gratuit et possible pour tous les étudiants, qu'importe leur niveau.
De plus, Neoma est une école qui est assez bien connu des recruteurs et grands groupes de manière général.
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Pros
Nombreuses universités partenaires partout dans le monde. Les étudiants sont envoyés en petit groupe ce qui empeche de se retrouver qu'entre français, et il se déroule pendant un semestre de cours (pas comme dans d'autres écoles où il remplace un stage)
Cons
Administration lente et non arrangeante avec les étudiants (comme partout)
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An Inclusive and diversified School
Apolline T
France, Undergraduate
Business Studies, Global Bachelor In Business Administration
Overall
the School culture and atmosphere is really friendly and inclusive for all students that I consider as very important for students well being. 

The teacher are opened to discusion reaaly good at teaching: they provide some group activities, different experiences and sometime intervention of people from outside in addition to " classical" classes 

The cons I found is that adminitrative aspect at Neoma is sometime fll of processes and I can take a lot of time. 
Liked to that the communcation about different events in the school and the different societies  is a bit insuficient.
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Pros
Inclusion, Diversity, friendly Atmosphere, good teaching
Cons
Administration and sometimes lack of communication
Programmes
En présentiel, Bachelor, Direction et Gestion, 4 Ans
9.500 €
En présentiel, Bachelor, Direction et Gestion, 4 Ans
8.500 €
En présentiel, Bachelor, Administration et Secrétariat, 3 Ans
7.500 €
En présentiel, Bachelor, Direction et Gestion, 3 Ans
5.500 €
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ABOUT
NEOMA Business School is a French business school, created in 2013 by the merger of two of the most highly regarded grandes écoles: Rouen Business School (established in 1871) and Reims Management School (established in 1928).[3] According to their latest performances as separate organisations in the 2012 Financial Times ranking of the best Masters in Management, Rouen Business School's flagship degree was the world's 17th best and Reims Management School's was 23rd.[4]

The school has more than 8,000 students, 200 academic staff (of whom more than 40% are international[5]), 300 university partners in 75 countries[6] and over 40,000 alumni,[7] as well as three campuses, in Rouen, Reims, and Paris. The school is triple accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. [Source: Wikipedia]
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Other names: NEOMA BS
Homepage: www.neoma-bs.fr
Phone: +33 (0) 2 32 82 58 62
Address: 1 Rue du Maréchal Juin, 76130 Mont-Saint-Aignan, 76825 Rouen, France
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