SCBS – South Champagne Business School is a student-friendly and community-focused institution of higher learning. Institutions are defined by their people, and one could say the people here were born to challenge “business as usual.”
The serene, intimate campus is situated in the city of Troyes, at a reasonable distance from Paris. With 1 900 students studying management, design and tourism, we’ve learned that we’re better together. We do more when we work across backgrounds, skills and perspectives. We believe success can only happen when we expand opportunity and demand excellence. We believe innovation comes from the meeting of diverse viewpoints.
SCBS aspires to be a vital community of students, academics, researchers, staff and alumni working together in a spirit of innovation and enterprise for a better world.”
Dounya Gharbage, Head Of International Affairs
Why study at SCBS?
A human-size school: 1,000 students and 300 international students
International students can take French language classes
Programmes 100% in English
Spend one semester or do a dual degree in one of our partner universities
A student association that welcomes you and puts on events for the community of international students: ESN Troyes (Erasmus Student Network).
ESN Troyes (Erasmus Student Network)
Partner universities forum: international students introduce others to their university and their country through their culinary and cultural specialities.
Chinese New Year
International students start of term
- Admission Process
- Assistance in search of accommodation (Studapart / Feel Français)
- Support for Visa application with Campus France/ French Embassy (Freemovers non-exchange students)
On arrival days
- Pick-up service
- Lift to accommodation
- Welcome packages offered
- SCBS Administrative enrollment
- information meetings on: Bank account, Insurance, Accommodation, Health insurance, Housing Benefits…
- For non-European students: help to complete Visa process (OFII).
- Cultural exchange with Troyes Families
All year around
- Individual coaching by the International Students Affairs Department
Troyes Tourist Office: http://en.tourisme-troyes.com/
TCAT (Troyes bus transport): http://www.tcat.fr/
French railways (SNCF): http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires
RATP (Paris transport): https://www.ratp.fr/en/visite-paris/english/visiting-paris-and-its-surrounding-areas
To help you find your future accommodation, we invite you to use the following link: https://yschools.studapart.com/en/
The platform centralizes the ads close to our campus: landlords, real estate agencies, halls of residence, single or shared apartments. An administrative help space is also available to help you through procedures.
- Studapart: Students willing to choose a private flat will be asked by Studapart to either have a French guarantor, or to register to the “Guarantee of Confidence” with a fee.
- VISALE: free service to get a guarantor. Only for EU students and non-EU students holding a ‘Visa Etudiant CESEDA R311-3 6°’
It will be required to enter your flat, it is mandatory in France. You will be contacted by E-mail to register for a student offer before your arrival (approx. 60 € per student per year or semester).
Housing benefit (CAF)
For European students, and non-European students holding ‘Visa Etudiant CESEDA R311-3 6°’. Information for application to CAF can be found at http://www.caf.fr/
Applications must be made once in France, with the help of French buddies, at ‘Maison des Etudiants’, and taken directly to CAF by students.
NB: Local tax (approx. one-month rent) will be required by French authorities at the end of the civil year (whatever the length of your stay)
more info on accommodation in Troyes and housing assistance
- International mobility assistance for students (Grand Est Region)
- Erasmus + Allowance
- Additional Erasmus + allowance for people with disabilities
- UFA Grant, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
- FINS student loans
For students coming from the EU (including UK and Switzerland), for Bachelor and Master studies.
Up to 25,000 EUR
For more information: https://hellofins.com/
- GBM1 Baccalaureate or equivalent
- GBM2 Baccalaureate or equivalent + 60 ECTS
- GBM3 Baccalaureate + 2 years or 120 ECTS
- BBA1 Baccalaureate or equivalent
- BBA2 Baccalaureate or equivalent + 60 ECTS
- BBA3 Baccalaureate + 2 years or 120 ECTS
- PGE1 2 year degree or 120 ECTS or validated L2
- PGE2 3 year degree or 180 ECTS or validated Bachelor’s degree
- PGE3 60 ECTS of a M1 national higher education degree
- MSc ICE 4 year degree or 240 ECTS or validated M1
Global Bachelor in Management (3-year degree)
GBM 1, 2 and 3 : 7 300€ / year
|Non-EU international students:
GBM 1, 2 and 3 : 8 300€ /year
International Bachelor in Business Administration (4-year degree)
BBA1 : 8 000€ /an
BBA 2, 3 and 4 : 8 500€ /year
|Non-EU international students:
BBA1 : 9 000€ /an
BBA 2, 3 and 4 : 9 500€ /year
Grande Ecole Programme (postgraduate – master in management)
PGE1 : 8 500€ /year
PGE2 and 3 : 8 950€ /year
|Non-EU international students:
PGE1 : 9 500€ /year
PGE2 and 3 : 10 500€ /year
The French Grandes Ecoles system
France: an attractive country
Quality higher education
- Degrees recognised and certified by the State
- Internationally recognised certifications and accreditations
- Financial assistance
The crossroads of Europe
- 8 border countries: Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Spain and Andorra
- TGV (high speed train) network to the main French and European cities
- 2 large Parisian airports (Roissy-Charles De Gaulle and Orly) flying all over the world
- Leading global tourist destination (85 million visitors per year)
- World leader in the luxury sector (Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2019 – Deloitte rating)
- 2nd in worldwide ranking for mass retail (22nd edition of the annual list drawn up by Deloitte)
- The most attractive country in Europe for foreign investors
- 7th largest global economic power.
- Number one agricultural producer in the European Union
- Number one global producer of wines and spirits.
- 6th global exporter of goods and 4th global exporter of services (OMC, 2013)
Globally recognised companies with worldwide influence: Agribusiness (Danone), Fashion, Luxury and Cosmetics (LVMH, Chanel, L’Oréal, etc.), Automotive (PSA, Renault), Tyres, (Michelin), Electronics (Thalès, Thomson), Aeronautics (Airbus, Dassault), Telecommunications (Orange, Bouygues), Mass Retail (Groupe Carrefour, Auchan).
French way of life
- Incomparable fine food, on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 2010
- A multitude of leisure activities and variety of landscapes: seaside, countryside, mountains, cities
- Café terraces, eating cheese, drinking champagne as an aperitif (yes, it’s possible in Troyes!), Sunday rest, baguettes and croissants, the art of conversation, etc.
- Expertise recognised beyond its borders: fashion and clothes, craftsmanship, culture, wines and spirits, gastronomy, medical and pharmaceutical, aeronautics, etc.
- And more specifically French culture: music, cinema, architecture, festivals, contemporary art, etc.
- 5th most spoken language in the world, official language of 29 States on 5 continent