At a Glance
KEDGE Business School is a Belmont Exchange partner formed in 2013 after Euromed School of Management in Marseilles and Bordeaux School of Management merged. KEDGE has 3 different campus: Marseilles, Bordeaux, and Toulon. The international student population makes up 30% of KEDGE.
None. Courses are taught in English and French; students may take French language courses.
Exchange students are able to take classes at the bachelor or master levels, depending on their classification at their home institution. All international students are also able to take a French language class.
Areas of Study
Accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, information systems management, international business, law, marketing, management, and operations.
The Alotra residence is almost entirely for international students and is 5 minutes by bus from the campus. Les Estudines Residence is comprised of two buildings and has single rooms and studios for two people. They are fully equipped with a kitchenette, with a sink, hotplate, microwave and refrigerator. The flats are only 20 minutes from campus, 15 minutes from the beaches and 10 minutes from the city center, with easy access to public transport.
As space in the residences is very limited (especially in the fall) and students cannot be guaranteed campus housing. Students are advised to reserve campus housing at least three months in advance and look into off-campus housing as a precaution.
An active extra-curricular calendar is one of the hallmarks of Euromed Management. Students participate in the daily life of the school, develop projects and become involved in activities such as marketing, the stock exchange, international activities, sports, and student offices and functions. Euromed Management’s student associations are organized through a Confederation of Associations, which consists of a President from each association. Its role is to set policy and administrate the activities of associations.
Kedge Business School has several campuses throughout France. Belmont students study at the Marseilles campus on the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France.