This program is a bilateral exchange between SJSU and EM Strasbourg Business School, part of the University of Strasbourg.
- Earn SJSU resident credits for all completed courses
- Pay your normal SJSU tuition and fees
- Use your financial aid and apply for scholarships
- Immerse yourself in French culture
- Study for one semester or an academic year
- Gain an advantage when applying for jobs and graduate school
- General information for exchange students can be found here: EM Strasbourg - Information for Exchange Students
Strasbourg is the capital city of the Alsace region in northeastern France. It's the seat of the European Parliament and sits near the German border, with culture and architecture blending German and French influences. It's known for its Gothic Cathédrale Notre-Dame, featuring daily shows from its astronomical clock and sweeping views of the Rhine River from partway up its 142m spire. Strasbourg is situated on the eastern border of France with Germany. This border is formed by the River Rhine, which also forms the eastern border of the modern city, facing across the river to the German town Kehl. The historic core of Strasbourg however lies on the Grande Île in the River Ill, which here flows parallel to, and roughly 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from, the Rhine. The natural courses of the two rivers eventually join some distance downstream of Strasbourg, although several artificial waterways now connect them within the city. In spite of its position far inland, Strasbourg's climate is classified as Oceanic (Köppen climate classification Cfb), with warm, relatively sunny summers and cold, overcast winters. Precipitation is elevated from mid-spring to the end of summer, but remains largely constant throughout the year, totaling 631.4 mm (24.9 in) annually. On average, snow falls 30 days per year.
The city is chiefly known for its sandstone Gothic Cathedral with its famous astronomical clock, and for its medieval cityscape of Rhineland black and white timber-framed buildings, particularly in the Petite France district or Gerberviertel ("tanners' district") alongside the Ill and in the streets and squares surrounding the cathedral, where the renowned Maison Kammerzell stands out.
Unlike most other cities, Strasbourg's collections of European art are divided into several museums according not only to type and area, but also to epoch. Old master paintings from the Germanic Rhenish territories and until 1681 are displayed in the Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame, old master paintings from all the rest of Europe (including the Dutch Rhenish territories) and until 1871 as well as old master paintings from the Germanic Rhenish territories between 1681 and 1871 are displayed in the Musée des Beaux-Arts. Old master graphic arts until 1871 is displayed in the Cabinet des estampes et dessins. Decorative arts until 1681 ("German period") are displayed in the Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame, decorative arts from 1681 to 1871 ("French period") are displayed in the Musée des Arts décoratifs. International art (painting, sculpture, graphic arts) and decorative art since 1871 is displayed in the Musée d'art moderne et contemporain. The latter museum also displays the city's photographic library.
EM Strasbourg course catalog.
- Courses Available:
- International Business
- Strategic Analysis
- Supply Chain Management
(Please note that many but not all classes are taught in English).
Students who are accepted into EM Strasbourg Business School will receive detailed information about accommodation before they arrive. Some options available are the following:
- University dorms: EM Strasbourg Business School is granted a limited number of rooms for visiting students in the university dorms. Therefore, the allocation of these rooms to students works on a first come, first served basis. However, as it is more difficult to rent a studio or an apartment for only one semester, we will give priority to students studying for one semester only.
- Private housing: Lists with contact details for private housing will be provided as well as addresses for websites where students can look for ads to rent apartments. We would like to emphasize that EM Strasbourg Business School is not responsible for private housing arrangements. We merely provide assistance for those students looking for housing outside of the university setting.
- Apartment sharing: We will send a list to arriving students of EM Strasbourg Business School students who would like to share an apartment with international students.
More information about housing in Strasbourg can be found here: Em Strasbourg - Housing Guide
BUDGETING FOR YOUR SEMESTER
**These costs are current as of 2018–19. These are estimated costs for the whole semester. Consult the Bursar’s Office for up-to-date information on tuition and fees. Personal expenses do vary between students: those who eat out at restaurants or plan to travel frequently should estimate higher.
* Health Insurance: All outgoing exchange students are required to purchase the SJSU-approved University health insurance plan through JCB Insurance Solutions.
- SJSU Tuition & Fees: $3,900.00
- Round Trip Airfare: $1,500.00
- Housing & Meals: $3,500.00
- Books & Supplies: $200.00
- Insurance: $350.00*
- Personal Expenses: 2,000.00
- Total $11,550.00
FINANCING YOUR SEMESTER
: Students who are participating in certified SJSU study abroad programs can use all of the financial aid including grants, scholarships, and loans (except work study) for which they are normally qualified. For more information click Here
: Scholarships for study abroad come in many forms: SJSU Study Abroad Scholarships, Program Specific, National and International scholarships. Find links for these scholarships and online scholarship search engines by clicking Here