Our International partnerships

Since its creation, the School has developed multiple academic and institutional partnerships which emphasize the International dimension of the ISUGA training program.

University Partnerships

The partnerships with Asian universities enable us to:

  • Benefit from Asian lecturers and speakers of around 15 different nationalities
  • Welcome Asian mother-tongue language and culture teachers
  • Recruit foreign students
  • Organize exchange stays so that European students can attend a university in Asia to improve their language skills and cultural knowledge, whilst reinforcing their adaptability and autonomy. In exchange, the campus receives Asian students.
  • In the context of developing Sino-African relations, EMBA set up an off-site Bachelor program within the l’Institut Universitaire de la Côte in Douala in 2009. This enhances employment opportunities for our students.

Institutional Partners

From 2010 EMBA has been in partnership with the Confucius Institute of Brittany and this has led to the creation of a Confucius class. This trusted relationship clearly illustrates to students, the public and businesses that EMBA plays a key role in teaching the Chinese language and culture. The class has been approved by the Chinese government office, Hanban. EMBA is also an examination center for the HSK.

Opened in June 2020, the Roi Séjong Institute in Quimper was officially inaugurated in September 2020 by his Excellency the Korean Ambassador to France, Mr. Choi. The Korean delegation also included members of the Education service at the Embassy, as well as Management from the Korean Culture Centre.

The Roi Séjong Institute in Quimper is the very first independent Institute in France and the third institute in France, along with Paris and La Rochelle. The founding of this institute underlines the important role that the School plays in the development of university relations with South Korea. More than ever, ISUGA is a bridge between France and South Korea, through its teaching of the Korean language and promotion of its culture to a wide audience.