Great for International Students
It has been a great experience at this University where teaching, tutors and students were of great quality and competitiveness. Classes were held in batches of 20-30 students. The overall quality of the content was good to great. The library was also great, with lots of books available online. Architecture and layout seemed modern. They even had a piano and a Japanese garden for students to use! Students were friendly and the town of the university (Angers) was incredible! Great staff that handle your concerns and great choices for accommodation. Student life with clubs and french cuisine is also amazing. These are the reasons I am giving 5 out of 5
ESSCA is a school created more than 110 years ago, which therefore has a large network of alumni. This is very practical when you need to find an internship or if you need advice on a career path. Moreover, there is a good atmosphere between the students so there is no problem to meet people from different backgrounds, and we can then keep in touch and have a fairly large network.
I am a student who has just joined ESSCA, the overall experience of admission was carried out in a well organised manner and I also made a visit to the university where I was fascinated to see the way classes were conducted.It was more of seminars where students were encouraged to get involved and make efforts rather than professors stepping in. But I was a bit disappointed to know there was no Play ground or place to relax and there wasn't a good cafeteria either.
The school curriculum are quite messed up. Since they have so many campuses, it will be really hard to control all of the program's quality. Sometimes, the professor does not know what they are teaching since all of the material was already made by someone in the main campus.
ESSCA School of Management is known for its international approach and diverse programs. In my opinion, many students appreciate its emphasis on experiential learning and the opportunities for international exposure through exchange programs and internships. However, some may find the workload demanding and challenging but that's the way it operates. Whether I recommend it would depend on your specific academic and career goals, as well as your preferences for learning style and environment. Likes/ Dislikes: *Essca provides enormous opportunities to improve and enhance your skill. *Diversified culture *Provides webinars and seminars across all the campuses. *Workload Management could be seen as an disadvantage. As sometimes, you may find it very challenging.