Party to the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE)’s Disability Charter since 2008, and having renewed its commitment in 2019, the School has a comprehensive system in place to promote the inclusion of students with disabilities. It campaigns to facilitate learning, encourage students to continue their studies whilst enjoying an active social life within the School, and enable them to successfully integrate into the business world.
At EM Normandie, you will be offered a full range of support when it comes to classes and exams, looking for an internship, work-study programme or job, and preparing to work or study abroad.
Our aim is to make your daily life easier so that you can focus on what’s important– your success.
Since 2018, the Personal Balance and Inclusion service has been running campaigns on this theme. EM Normandie also co-leads the “Handicap” group within the Conférence des Grandes Écoles which advocates the inclusion of students with physical, cognitive and sensory disorders, as well special needs in general, in French management and business schools.
Alongside some thirty student volunteers, the service coordinates social progress projects EDRESUP (How to be Successful in your Higher Education Studies- Envie de Réussir ses Études dans le SUPérieur) in Le Havre and Cap vers le Sup ‘ in Caen and Paris, the last one is certified with the government “Routes to Success” (“Cordées de la Réussite”) accreditation. Each year, these programmes support students from the third to the final year in developing their ambitions, making career plans and encouraging them as they continue their studies.