Students interested in applying for admission to the EEEA bachelor program must meet the following requirements:
The EEEA Admissions Committee will accept students on a rolling basis, according to students’ motivation, merit, and application.
The Bachelor Program has a dual semester system, with a fall semester and a spring semester. The fall semester runs from September to December, and the spring semester runs from January to April of the following year. Each lasts 15 weeks. There are also short projects/internships that run from May to June. The summer vacation takes from July to August.
Note: Students in their third year are required to complete a 6-month internship, and thus the spring study and short project/internship are combined.
EEEA adopts the European Credits Transfer System (ECTS), a common European credit system, to obtain a bachelor's degree, students must complete a minimum of 180 ECTS credits of relevant courses.
EEEA courses are offered in a variety of formats, including lectures, tutorials, discussions, projects, workshops, etc. Each ECTS credit corresponds to 30 hours of study time. For example, for a 6 ECTS credit course, students are required to complete 180 hours of related learning activities in a semester, of which 60 hours may be spent in class (15 weeks, 4 hours per week) and 120 hours may be spent on weekly assignments, midterm, and final assessments, group projects, etc. The specific mode of instruction and time allocation is determined by the instructor, but the general principle of 30 hours of study per credit remains unchanged.
Depending on the level of the student, exemptions may be requested by examination for individual courses, such as English, Calculus, Linear Algebra, etc.
The apprenticeship is a special feature of the French education system in which the school and the company jointly train young professionals. The school recommends the best trainees to the partner company, and the students can also find the desired position in the company through their own efforts. The apprenticeship contract is signed by the students who pass the screening process of both the school and the company. The apprentice's tuition fee is borne by the company, and the student is required to complete both the academic and work tasks, and the company will pay the student a monthly salary.
There are in total 15 categories:
CSF - Computer Science Foundation
CSDS - Computer Science Data Science
CSCS - Computer Science Cyber Security
CSGE - Computer Science General Electives
LAN - Language （CN: Chinese, EN: English，JAN: Japanese，FR: French）
PRO - Internship/Project
DIS - Dissertation
LAW - Law (European and digital)
GE - General Education
BA - Business Administration Foundation
EC - E-Commerce
FA - Financial Analysis
BAGE - Business Administration Electives
ARTF - Art Foundation
ARTA - Art Advanced
All courses are divided into levels 0-3 according to difficulty registration, with 0 being an introductory course and 3 being an advanced course. Students need to complete at least one related course from the previous level before taking the corresponding advanced course.
For theory learning, exams will be held in the form of a 2-hour final exam. Language courses are assessed on an ongoing basis, and project courses require oral exams.
Students who fail the June assessment have the option of taking a second exam in September.
Repetition of the current year is allowed :
Unexcused absences may result in a "fail" and such students may take a second course or request a repeat.
Students who retake the course will retain grades for subjects with scores higher than 10/20.
Any proven examination malpractice will result in a mark of 00/20 for the subject in question. In the event of a repeat offense, the EEEA Disciplinary Committee will decide whether or not to advise dismissal. The registration fee will not be refunded.
Students who meet the graduation requirements will receive a License Diploma (Bac+3) recognized by the French Ministry of Education.
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