Exchange Programs - Partner Schools
Willamette MBA exchange partner schools include three of the world's leading business schools.
|Bordeaux Management School (BEM) in Bordeaux, France|
|Copenhagen Business School (CBS) in Copenhagen, Denmark|
|EM Strasbourg School of Business in Strasbourg, France|
Bordeaux Management School (BEM)
Bordeaux Management School (Bordeaux Ecole of Management) is located in Bordeaux, France. BEM offers a full range of graduate, post-graduate degrees and executive programs in management. Bordeaux is accredited by AACSB International and EQUIS, and its Master of Science and Management (M.Sc.M.) program ranks among the French Top 10 business programs. Exchange students participate in the the English Track of the M.Sc. and Management program.
- Information for Exchange Students in the for the Bordeaux School of Management M Sc.M, Master of Science in Management (Content - English Track)
- Living at BEM
Copenhagen Business School (CBS)
Copenhagen Business School is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. CBS is accredited by AACSB International and EQUIS. CBS is also the only Danish member of CEMS (Community of European Management Schools) and is a member of PIM (Partnership in International Management) - an international consortium of prestigious business schools. The school offers a full range of university degrees in business economics and a wide variety of masters level M.Sc. business courses taught in English.
- Copenhagen Business School
- Message to International Students
- Information for Prospective Exchange Students
- List of MSc Graduate Programs Taught in English
- Copenhagen Survival Guide
- Arrival Guide
- CBS Academic Experience
EM Strasbourg Business School (EMS)
The EM Strasbourg Business School is located in Strasbourg, France. EM Strasbourg is a member of the prestigious Conférence des Grandes Écoles consortium and is part of the University of Strasbourg which is the largest multidisciplinary university in France. Courses are taught in English. The city of Strasbourg is the center of European political culture and hosts the European Parliament, Council of Europe, and the European Court of Human Rights.
Questions about international exchange programs should be directed to Judy O'Neill, Associate Dean and Director of Admission. Students should not contact the exchange institutions for information. Students selected to participate in an exchange program will be able to communicate directly with their exchange institution after the Atkinson School notifies the exchange program of the student's selection for participation.