Paris, France - Paris School of Business
The PSB Paris School of Business Exchange Program is a unique opportunity for students to study in Paris, France while earning credits towards their home degree.
Students can spend one or two semesters of studies at one of the most prestigious business school in Paris, France. Located in the heart of the City of Light, PSB is the perfect institution for those looking for quality business studies in a modern and dynamic environment. Its impressive campus, strong international cohort, and highly qualified teachers will allow students to study in Paris in the best conditions possible and experience the best time of their life.
To see a glimpse of life at Paris School of Business (PSB), view this video.
Founded in 1974, the PSB Paris School of Business (formerly ESG MS) is an elite European Grande École management school that combines academic excellence, international awareness, and professional experience. The school’s social responsibility policy revolves around three priority objectives:
- To incorporate the notions of manager awareness and responsibility in both academic activities and actions carried out by the student associations, and to build partnerships with businesses and associations.
- To pursue the social awareness policy implemented by the school as well as its commitment against all forms of discrimination.
- To develop environmental and social management actions through our institutional and research policies.
With this in mind, PSB has sought to create an environment where a diverse, global student body can live and learn together. With approximately 75 different nationalities converging on its campus, PSB’s student population is comprised of 20% international students, with 615 academic exchange students each year.
Program start dates may vary depending on the academic course track that student’s select. For more information on tracks and their timelines, we recommend reviewing the PSB Study Abroad and Exchange Program website.
Academics and Curriculum Type
At PSB, students will have the opportunity to select different course tracks, which cater to the differing needs and interests of business students. Course tracks can contain a variety of possibilities that cover the following topics:
- International Business
- Business Management
To view course tracks and descriptions, we recommend visiting the PSB International Study Abroad and Exchange webpage.
PLEASE NOTE: Students who study abroad on Global Exchange programs should prepare for a highly independent and immersive experience. You will take courses with host university faculty and be held to the same academic policies and standards as local students. Academic support will vary across programs and often differs from the support you receive at Loyola. While the coursework and support may be different than what you are used to in the U.S., the grades you receive abroad will still factor into your LUC GPA. Check out our policies page for more information on academics.
Students can use the school’s exclusive platform to find an apartment or roommate in France and internationally, throughout their studies. The private platform centralizes all housing opportunities available for students including private landlords, real estate agencies and private student residences offers.
All students have free access to the housing platform, so whether they are looking for accommodation in Paris for the duration of the studies, or in another country while they do their internship, the PSB housing platform is the solution for them.
Participants in this exchange program will pay Loyola tuition.
Housing/accommodations: 700-1200€ per month*
*Accommodation rates may vary from year to year and are determine annually based upon availability and current housing rates
Loyola (OIP) Fee: $100 for trimester/semester and year-long programs.
CISI Insurance: $300 per semester, $600 per year
Long Stay Student Visa: $67.00
Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, Federal Stafford Loans, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal PLUS Loans, IL Monetary Award Program Grant (MAP), Loyola University Chicago Grants and Scholarships, and Alternative Loans can all be applied to your study abroad tuition.
1. Submit the LUC Study Abroad Application
- LUC Fall Application Deadline: April 1
- LUC Spring Application Deadline: October 15
2. Once your Loyola Study Abroad Application is approved, OIP will email instructions for the PSB University Application.
- PSB Fall / Full-Academic year deadline: May 30
- PSB Spring deadline: November 30
*While PSB University will have alternate deadlines, all Loyola students must adhere to both Loyola University and PSB deadlines
For more information about this program please contact:
Loyola Study Abroad Advisor