Le DU FLE (Diplôme Universitaire de Français Langue Étrangère) est destiné uniquement aux étudiants étrangers désirant intégrer des formations à l'IUT de Sceaux.
The Sceaux University Institute of Technology prepares students for the two-year University Diploma in Technology in two professional areas : Business & Administration and Sales & Marketing.
Bachelor Certificate in International Business - available only for exchange students
This new Certificate recently developed at the Institute of Technology of Sceaux is fully taught in english.
It is organized every year during the Spring semester. Courses start in January and end in March.
They are followed by a three-month internship in a French company.
It is essentially aimed at Erasmus students from our partner universities but is also opened to French students who are willing to study entirely in English. (C1 level in English is required)
The IUT also provides tuition for Professional Bachelor’s Degrees (third year of tertiary education) in the following areas
• International Commerce
• Human Resource Management
• Organisation Management
• Finance and Accounting
• Commercial Management for the Optical Sector
The IUT also offers a Master’s Degree course in Supply Chain Management and Logistics in partnership with the Jean Monnet School of Law.
Key characteristics of the courses
• Tuition in small or medium-sized groups;
• Teaching methods combining theory and practice;
• Strong emphasis on professional experience: a large number of classes are taught by professionals from the service sector;
• Internships and group projects are part of the coursework at all levels and included in the assessment ;
Most courses are taught in French. An International business program fully taught in English is offered in the Spring Semester. Courses start in January and end in March. They are followed by a three-month internship in a French company. These courses are essentially aimed at Erasmus students from our partner universities, but are also open to French students who are willing to study entirely in English. (ajouter Brochure)
The FALL Semester starts in the first week of September and ends after the semester exams in December before the Winter holidays.
The SPRING Semester starts after the Winter holidays, at the beginning of January. It ends mid-April. If you choose to stay for the internship, it will be the end of June.
Calendars for Bachelor’s degree courses may vary. See calendars for each course...