Office of Global Business: Student Exchange
Ecole de Management Strasbourg

Explore your opportunity to study at Ecole de Management Strasbourg in France.

Please note that you may NOT contact or apply to the host institution until you have been accepted to the Student Exchange program through the Fisher College of Business. Information on this page is subject to change.

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Partner Highlights

Application Program Code: FCOB UG US

Location: Strasbourg, France (Learn more)

Institution Factsheet: Strasbourg's Exchange Student Guide (Webpage to Download)

Institution Webpage: Strasbourg's Home Webpage / Strasbourg's Exchange Webpage

More Partner Information

  • Term Dates

    Autumn Semester: Aug - Dec

    Spring Semester: Jan - April

    *Information on the four week Summer Exchange can be found here.

    Other Notes:

    • To avoid delaying graduation, students should not apply to participate in the exchange program in their graduating semester. Foreign transcripts take longer to process into OSU systems.
    • By selecting Spring term exchange, students agree to commit to the full spring term at our partners.
  • Past Offered Courses
    • Strasbourg's Online Course List
      A selected list of courses are offered in English, but you may take courses in the local language if you are comfortable to do so. Local language proficiency is recommended but not required. English taught courses are limited at Strasbourg.
    • Strasbourg's Past Course Equivalency List
      The above past course equivalency list provided by the Office of Global Business is a list of course equivalencies that have been approved in the past and this data is shared as a reference. It is NOT guaranteed that these courses will be offered on the term you go abroad, nor that these courses are equivalent to Ohio State University's currently offered courses. You are limited to this list of courses for direct equivalency. You are free to take courses offered at our partner institution outside of this list, but courses not on this list will come back as a free elective course (BUSADM 5797: Study at a Foreign Institution).


    • The courses list at Strasbourg changes every year, and will need extra flexibility/back-up plans in course selections.
    • Course selections may require you to take two courses at Strasbourg for one course at OSU, due to the different class contact hours required by Strasbourg and OSU.

  • Partner Videos
  • Student Feedback and Other Information
    • Strasbourg requires a minimum B2 level language proficiency is met, according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), in the language of instruction upon taking courses at Strasbourg. If the language is English, the CEFR B2 level will equate to a 79 TOEFL-IBT.
    • Go Global Handbook- From a Students Perspective: Strasbourg
      This booklet is designed by past Student Exchange participants to help future students participating in Fisher's Student Exchange Program. Items in this booklet are not endorsed by the Office of Global Business at Fisher College of Business and information contained in this booklet is subject to change.