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Sceaux IUT (University Institute of Technology)

The Sceaux IUT trains over 1,650 students in business and administration management, management, and trade and sales engineering.

Sceaux Institute of Technology offers a two-year technical degree comprising both lectures and practical classes. At the end of the first year, students must  complete a 4-week internship in companies and at the end of the second year, a 10-12 week internship in companies.

With this degree, students also have the opportunity to further their education with studies in Universities or in Business Schools.
The staff includes lecturers and researchers at Paris-Sud University and specialists from the corporate world...

 

Main fields of study and research fields

  • International trade
  • Marketing
  • Human ressources
  • Management
  • Finance
  • Accounting

International

Programs in English

  • “Certificate in International Business”: for international students at Bachelor level (Spring semester only)
  • Diversity Management Seminar: one week seminar in May for adults
  • Spring and Summer Courses: courses of French with cultural visits during two weeks

> DUETI: International 1 year programme (Studies or internship)

> DU FLE: foreign students can spend a semester learning French before starting a DUT.

> Courses of French and Law, Business and Finance

How to apply

Applications from countries using the CEF system (Centre pour les Etudes en France) should be made via the Campus France website.

Students holding a French baccalauréat: for more details, visit http://www.u-psud.fr/fr/vie-etudiante/inscriptions.html

Erasmus students use the international section of our website and apply online.

Minimum language requirement: B2 level in French

Contact

Head of international office : Françoise Wolf-Mandroux
international.iut-sceaux @ u-psud.fr

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