If you are interested in the field of marketing, sales, communication or management but you are not sure what you want to do later, you have just come across the ideal training. The Marketing Techniques DUT allows you to take a global look at the fields of sales and marketing in just 2 years, which allows you to really touch on everything before specializing in a bachelor’s degree, in a Grande Ecole, in IAE… All the options are open. But the DUT is above all a practical and theoretical training, so you won’t be sitting all day in an amphitheatre full of students, but in small classes, doing negotiation sketches, on an internship in a company… This training allows you a real opening on the field to find the path that really suits you.
The advantage? The DUT is not paid training, it will cost you as much as enrolling in college, but you will benefit from much more extensive support from teachers than at college, and you will graduate after two years. !
The programme gives you the possibility to study in at least 2 different countries where you focus on different topics depending on your interests. The University of Strasbourg has the possibility to deepen your human rights knowledge and what I love is that you meet experts and professionals from human rights, international law, sociology’s fields.View more
I’m in the business and economics program in France which is very different and has an unusual way of education. The courses are helpful, the people here are very friendly, doctors are very helpful too. I’m really happy here because it’s a new experience for me and till now I have had an amazing year at an amazing university.View more
I believe that the university in France has a different and unusual system and program, I find it somehow interesting and very informative with the courses. I’m an international student so compared to my hometown, my college has different plans and complete different structures. The success rate generally does not exceed 30%.View more
Students benefit from the broad variety of programs offered by the University, especially in modern languages. There are plenty of languages avalaible to study, including less spread ones such as Bulgarian, Dutch or Persian.View more
I had the misfortune of choosing this university as my destination for my Erasmus programme.
The main campus itself is well located and close to the city centre, but I am yet to see a dirtier and more neglected campus (with dog waste around included). The facilities and student services associated to the university also leave a lot to be desired. Cockroaches, bedbugs and even mice are not an uncommon occurence in some of the student residences and restaurants managed by the university.
As for the academic environment, I have never seen such disorganization and lack of professionalism several members of the staff display. Deadlines are rarely taken into account and students’ grades get literally lost in that institution. Touring offices and asking secretaries about what happened to grades came as a consequence. What’s more, professors are only available for tutoring in their offices for a couple of hours once or twice a week, and some of them aren’t even there at the specified time.
The list could go on and on, so I’m just going to sum up by saying I wouldn’t recommed studying here.View more
Strasbourg University is a very international university with a high interest in student life. It provides various student facilities such as dorms, cafeterias and sport centers but it also proposes many cultural and social activities.View more
The ITIRI (faculty of translation) guarantees a high-quality linguistic preparation, as long as some practical classes that help understand what it would really be like to be a translator. There’s an admission test and it costs 4500 per year. The master lasts 2 years.View more
University of strasbourg is one of the best french universities, ranking among worldwide top universities in chemistry, biology and law. In my personal experience, I have spent two years in this university, one as a master student and this year as a PhD student. I would say that research facilities are equipped, researchers are professional and the university is quite helpful for students. I wouldn’t improve any basic thing since the university is already greatly established.View more