There are exciting exchange opportunities through NIC with Institut Superieur de Gestion (ISG). Study abroad placements occur in the spring (subject to space availability). The language of instruction is English.
NIC also offers an exchange and double degree program with Universite Savoie Mont Blanc for students enrolled in Business and Tourism and Hospitality. Earn NIC Bachelor of Business Administration Degree (Management/ Marketing) + Université Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB) Diplôme International de Technologie de l’Université (DITUS) in only 4 years.
NIC students studying business can also take part in an exchange with the Université de Bourgogne.
France Exchange Dates
There is space for up to two students per year, and possibly more if space allows.
- January - May (Spring semester)
August - December (Fall semester)
NIC France Exchange Application Deadlines
- Spring semester: November 15
Fall semester: June 1
Study Abroad Application
“To study in Paris is to be born in Paris!”
Field(s) of Study
Exchange options in Business & Tourism. NIC Students in the specific programs highlighted below can take courses and/or do a practicum placement:
Tourism & Hospitality Programs, as determined with program chair and host institution.
Business Programs, as determined with program chair and host institution.
Did You Know?
ISG is located in the heart of Paris and since its founding in 1967 the school has been developing a unique learning model based upon its strong identity and core values: entrepreneurship spirit, creativity, open-mindedness, responsibility and personal development. The mission is to prepare international students to take on managerial and leadership responsibilities as business managers, applying a holistic approach while learning to adapt to a constantly changing global environment.
"Building on our faculty's research and our corporate experience, we aim at preparing our students to work in an international context, be innovative entrepreneurs or corporate managers, with a socially responsible mindset. Acknowledging a complex and risky environment, students should develop critical thinking during their ISG education, and become proactive key players in the organizations."
Questions? Contact the Office of Global Engagement with your study abroad questions. T: 1-250-334-5033 or firstname.lastname@example.org