Exchange programmes

Quality, experience, diversity

Audencia Business School has a long history of welcoming international exchange students. Our students come from more than 260 partner universities in over 60 countries. You will be accepted into our vibrant community and quickly fall in love with the beautiful city of Nantes. We offer an extensive catalogue of courses taught both in English and French, so you can take advantage of our outstanding educational quality and experienced professors. We take your needs very seriously, and our dedicated team is here to help you with any personal, academic or intercultural matters before or during your stay here. We take part in the European Commission’s Erasmus programme and adhere to the principals of Erasmus for Higher Education (French version here).

The Erasmus Coordinator and Deputy Director of International Relations M. Guillaume BLAESS manages all the Erasmus agreements and contracts.

More information on Audencia's Erasmus Policy Statement

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi­ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

With the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

Key information

  • Language of instruction: English or French
  • Duration: one or two terms
  • Eligibility: be in good standing at your home institution and receive their nomination; at least three terms of business studies; proficiency in either English or French
  • Programme start: fall, spring or summer
  • Tuition: no additional tuition for students from partner institutions



Exchange programmes at Audencia

Fact Sheet




During your first two days as an exchange student at Audencia, you will take part in an orientation session. It is very important that you attend, because we will cover valuable topics including:

  • Guided tour of campus
  • General information about the school and its programmes
  • Cultural seminar
  • Administrative processes and formalities (e.g., visas, social security, erasmus)
  • Career advising services and student associations
  • Practical help from representatives of banks, mobile phone companies and city transportation services

You’ll also meet Audencia’s International Connection Team, a group of French students who will help you adjust to life at Audencia. They are in charge of cultural events, field trips and language exchanges between you and French students!

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If you can‘t make it, please contact your coordinator at Audencia.