Our graduates are internationally minded, bilingual (often multi-lingual), accomplished, adaptable, engaged in the world, eager to explore it and academically strong. Therefore, their options are many and their destinations reflect this diversity of tastes and opportunities. For most, these matriculations are a first step in a journey that will earn them more than one degree in more than one country.
Over the past five years, approximately 25% of our graduating class went to the UK, 20% chose the US and 11% opted for Canada, 40% remained in France and the balance (4%) pursued their higher education all over the world. Among those remaining in France, 40% joined a Classe Préparatoire, 23% study Political Science or the humanities, 15% study law and 12% medicine (both undergraduate disciplines in France), and 11% study architecture or the arts.