Quick Info

  • Rouen, France
  • Spring, Fall, Year (Fall and Spring)
  • : Exchange
  • : Business, French Language, Literature, and Studies
  • : Fall 2018: September - - December 2018 , Spring 2019: January - June 2019
  • : Pitt's tuition and fees; additional costs listed below
  • : 28 September 2018 (Spring 2019), March 2019 (Fall 2019 and Full Year 2018-19
  • : 3.0 GPA, Pitt Students: Must have completed 24 credits on a Pitt campus, Clear Judicial Record, Business Students Only

Academics

NOEMA offers a wide variety of courses in both French and English. No previous language experience is necessary, but students wishing to enroll in courses taught in French must show proficiency in the language. 

To learn more about available courses, visit the undergraduate course list.

Student Life

As a student at NEOMA, education does not just take place inside the classroom. The school has over 60 clubs and societies that will help an entrepreneurial spirit, dynamism, and responsibility. In addition, making friends will be a breeze with a large variety of clubs for sports, art, and culture.

Additionally, NEOMA's International Programs Office is there for you throughout your time in Rouen. Whether you're looking for suggestions for where to eat or want advice on how to deal with homesickness, the full-time staff can assist you.

Housing

The NEOMA Business School International Office books accommodation for students on a limited, first-come, first-served basis. Any accommodation booked through NEOMA must be confirmed by payment of the total amount due for the semester (rent + fees). Please see below for potential housing options:

  • On campus
    • Room (9m2) or studio (around 18 m2): 210-330 Euro/ month
  • Off-campus
    • Studio (around 20m2) or F1 (around 25m2): 420-540 Euro/ month
  • Homestay
    • A great opportunity to share the daily life of a real family. A good way to improve your French level and to discover the French culture.

An alternative to student accommodation is to find an apartment in Rouen, the cost of which varies from 300 Euro/month upwards (although those who share will pay less). If you want to rent an apartment, you are responsible for finding your own accommodations, although the International Office can help you in your search. In this case, you should arrive early for your exchange.

The housing selection is part of the post-acceptance phase, and NEOMA will give you further instruction once you have been nominated.

Pricing And Dates

Fall 2018: September 2018 - December 2018  

Spring 2019: January 2019- June 2019

Full Year 2018/2019: September 2018 - June 2019

For additional term information, please refer to NEOMA's website.

Keep in mind that dates change.  You shouldn't book airfare until given confirmation from NEOMA of the official start and end of the semester(s).

You will pay for tuition and fees to the University of Pittsburgh. If you have a tuition scholarship, please check with the entity providing the scholarship to confirm coverage for studying abroad. 

Pitt Business students can apply for scholarship funds on the Pitt Business International Scholarships page as well as crowdfund using the Pitt Business Fund My Travel page. Please note that the application deadline for the Pitt Business International Scholarships is the same as the program application deadline. 

For additional scholarship opportunities, be sure to check out the ‘Programs’ tab at the top of this page!

 

Inclusions & Exclusions

While you will pay Pitt tuition and fees, keep in mind that you are also responsible for the following:

  • Study Abroad Administrative Fee ($400.00)
  • Airfare (round trip ~$1,000.00 - $2,000.00)
  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Room and board
  • Personal expenses (depends on personal spending habits)

Living costs will vary per student, but can be estimated at 750 euro/month, including housing. Please note that you will be required to subscribe to the National French Student Social Security Scheme for a fee of approximately 200 euro. 

Remember that your lifestyle and spending choices can greatly affect the amount of money you'll need while abroad. Visit our Budgeting page for more information.

Special Information

You must first be accepted by Pitt Business International Programs, then you will be nominated directly to NEOMA and will complete an official NEOMA application. Additionally, students are required to meet with the Program Manager prior to being nominated. 

Ready to get started on your application?  

Program Staff

Arielle Schweber

Walk-In Advising Hours: By Appointment Only

Bonjour! I’m the International Programs Manager for Pitt Business. I’m originally from New York but have spent some time in France, as I have dual nationality. I’m new to the city and university, but I can’t wait explore my inner yinzer! Since high school, I have participated in short and long term study abroad programs.  My first stop was in Spain, then a semester in France and finally two short term programs in Cuba and India. Outside of the office you can find me exploring new restaurants, biking, skiing, watching HGTV or planning my next adventure! My hope is for every Pitt student to study abroad. You can get in touch with me at aschweber@business.pitt.edu or 412-383-7489.