Study Abroad and Learn English in France!
ELS is delighted to have opened its first European English school on the campus of SKEMA Business School, just outside Nice. ELS/Nice is an ideal location for academically-bound students looking to prepare for entry into SKEMA or any other French institution offering programs in English and also for students looking to brush up their English language skills whilst enjoying the many delights of the French Riviera.
Opening the doors to Europe
Europe has long been known for its high quality of education, its affordability and, of course, for its sophisticated way of life. 24 universities in mainland Europe are ranked in the world’s top 100 universities by The Times Higher Education in its current 2013-14 rankings. Now, as more and more European universities introduce degree programs taught entirely in English, ELS has begun to open centers in Europe and to form partnerships with different universities across the continent.
English courses in preparation for one of Europe’s leading business schools
For over 50 years, tens of thousands of students have achieved their English language goals with ELS Educational Services, which provides direct access to university courses in English. ELS English schools are strategically located on university campuses around the world and offer unique and rigorous English language preparation programs. Not only does this help students to achieve academic success, but it also opens doors to exciting international careers.
ELS’s first center in Europe
Campus of SKEMA Business School
ELS/NICE has arrived in Europe
Learn English in France - Nice
Accommodation At Els Skema
Housing Near Campus
Life on the French Riviera
Between Nice, Cannes and Antibes
SKEMA Business School
Global Educational programme
other schools. It was a great chance for me.
Yujin Lee, South Korea
ELS and United Nations team up for contest
ELS and United Nations
ELS is proud to sponsor a global essay contest where 60 university students will be selected for an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City! Students selected will visit the United Nations and participate in an international conference.