面对面 – 2018法国高校秋季见面会

沈阳、北京、武汉、成都、上海、广州

南特中央理工大学

FANG Zhiyi, Harbin Institute of Technologycentrales nantes 1

At Centrale Nantes:

2016/2017: Foundation Master

2017/2018: Master of Engineering in Control and Robotics

”Centrale Nantes为留学生提供了非常良好的学习氛围和生活环境。此外,文化差异的冲击也给了我全新的生活体验,使得我的三观有所成长。我想,这些变化对我人生的影响比起知识,更为深刻长远。”

"Centrale Nantes provides international students an ideal academic atmosphere and surroundings. Besides, the impact of the cultural differences brings me a new life, also make my three views more complete. These changes have a more profound effect on me compared to the knowledge."

 

 

 

 


 

Guo Qi, Beihang University, Centrale Pékin 3

At Centrale Nantes:

2012: Graduation – Master of Engineering in Advanced Robotics

Currently: Robotics Engineer in A.I. Mergence (start-up), Paris, France

 

“Centrale Nantes is a great Engineer school reputed for Robotics, Computer Sciences and Fluid Mechanics. I've passed a wonderful time there with my dear professors and classmates, as well a meaningful time since it provides students with an international view, an innovative mind and an analytical thought for Research”.

 

 

 

 


Zongning LYU, Harbin Engineering Institute4

At Centrale Nantes:

2015: Graduation - Master in Hydrodynamics and Ocean Engineering

Currently: Engineer in Liaoning Zhongwang Group Co.,Ltd., Beijing, China

“The life in Centrale Nantes is wonderful and colorful. All staff, professors and students are kind and enthusiastic. My major is Hydrodynamic and Ocean Engineering in Applied Mechanics. Through my communication and research with all professors, I can deeply know that the Research in Centrale Nantes keep ahead in the world and researchers have a global combination with international enterprise and institutions. I am proud that I was one of Centraliens in Nantes.”

 

 

 

 

 


Mengmeng XIAO, Dalian University of Technology 5

At Centrale Nantes:

2014: Graduation – Master in Civil Engineering

Currently: Planning Engineering in General Electrics, Belfort, France

“Arrived at Centrale Nantes in September 2012, I past my wonderful and unforgettable 2 years to get my Master’s degree. After which I started to work in France as a planning Engineer.

I would like to say in Centrale Nantes, I am formed rather in the "Thinking" than simple acknowledge learning. As a young engineer, I would like to propose that the way how we think is the most important key point in our life & work.


I would like sincerely courage Chinese students come to join our big family.

PS: My husband Dmytro, who was my classmate in Centrale Nantes, works in Orange, France.”

 

 

 


 

Yuntian LU, Harbin Institute of Technology6

At Centrale Nantes:

2016/2017: Foundation Master

2017/2018: Master in Mechanical Engineering

 

 

“I love life at Centrale Nantes. My unstoppable life.”

 

 

 

 

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SKEMA商学院

SKEMA商学院优秀年轻中国校友

 

 

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高妮娇


2012年入读SKEMA商学院金融市场与投资国际硕士专业;现供职于上海毕马威税务部。

 

 

 

 

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郭述森

2012年入读SKEMA商学院奢侈品时尚管理国际硕士专业;毕业后在巴黎LVMH集团实习;回国后创立锋尚精英(北京)国际文化传播有限公司,担任公司创始人兼CEO,获得北京政府创新资助,公司业务涉及海外时尚及生活方式品牌入驻中国市场的数字营销及咨询。

 

 

 

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周查理

2013年入读SKEMA商学院管理学硕士项目(MIM),   并于2014年入读SKEMA商学院创业与创新国际硕士专业(MSc),获得双硕士学位;2015-2016 年供职于瑞士OCEAN Independence ,担任总监助理和总裁助理 ;2016年6月创办奎图信息科技(上海)有限公司 CRESCENDERS Information Technology (Shanghai) Co. Ltd , 担任创始人兼CEO,兼任徐州爱登堡国际学校战略顾问。

 

 

 

 

 

4 skema顾梦娇

2014年入读SKEMA商学院金融市场与投资专业硕士专业;2015年8月起在卢森堡国际银行各部门轮岗实习;2016年9正式入职于卢森堡普华永道审计金融组。

 

 

 

唐仕成(Mago)5 skema

2015年入读SKEMA商学院奢侈品与时尚管理国际硕士专业,现供职于南京新与力文化传播有限公司YOHO!mars 火星部,担任新媒体编辑,管理运营App<mars>。

 

 

 

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田陆平

2014年入读SKEMA商学院项目管理与商务拓展国际硕士专业,现供职于法国圣戈班管道系统中国区 ,担任人力资源中国区人力资源专员,负责中国区训工作。

 

 

 

 

黄小雪   7 skema

2012年入读SKEMA商学院奢侈品时尚管理国际硕士专业;回国后先后服务于多家法国数字媒体营销公司,从事品牌数字媒体战略咨询、策划与执行;服务与涉足的品牌有奢侈品、时尚、快消等,助力国际品牌在华拓展。

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 李海祥

 2014年入读SKEMA商学院奢侈品与时尚管理国际硕士专业;读书期间开始实习与创业,先后创立台州市骓驰贸易有限公司、香港万新实业有限公司、日本leguano株式会社,担任公司创始人兼CEO, 是德国leguano赤足鞋品牌亚太区总代理。

 

 

 

史超9

2011年就入读SKEMA商学院公司金融管理专业。毕业后在法国从事中法葡萄酒贸易,2013年回国创立苏州波尔多进出口有限公司,现担任苏州波尔多进出口有限公司,酒猎头(上海)国际贸易有限公司联合创始人兼CEO。

 

 

 

 

 

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2010春季入读SKEMA商学院 “项目管理及商业拓展” 硕士专业。硕士在读期间,先在法国阿尔卡特朗讯集团市场  部做EMEA市场开拓实习,之后又在法国兴业银行总部做战略风险项目管理实习。毕业后进入法国AKKA科技集团,成为一名Consultant,被派驻全球第一大出行GDS解决方案供应商Amadeus IT Group。2014年底升任Manager后被派回中国区,任梅赛德斯奔驰车辆技术集团(2012年被AKKA集团收购65%股份)中国区BD manager,直接对中国区CEO负责,开拓乘用车技术市场和航空技术市场。2016年底,回到成都建立T&O酒社,担任COO,聚焦葡萄酒贸易及法国生活方式,教育,产品及文化的引入。

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法国IMT Atlantique 国立高等工程学院

 

Ms. LIU Qipeng   2014-2016 imt 1

Master of Science in Project Management for Environmental and Energy Engineering(PM3E)

环境与能源工程项目管理

通过两年在PM3E项目里的学习和实践,我收获了很多人生的宝贵财富。学业方面,PM3E项目安排了紧张而又丰富多彩的课程。这两年的学习包括一学期工程师基础课程,一学期环境科学的课程,一学期能源工程的课程,一学期的实习。在此其中,穿插着小组合作的项目实践,工业参观,专家讲座,项目管理知识和极有价值的法语课程。这两年的课程,为未来我的科研和职业生活奠定了坚实的基础。生活方面,学校的老师和同学在我刚到法国的时候,给予了我很多适应生活方面无私的帮助。因为这个项目是国际项目,我不仅在校园结识了很多法国同学,还在项目内认识了来自各个文化和地区的朋友,这对增长人生阅历很有帮助。南特地处大西洋沿岸,城市环境优美,宁静祥和,百姓善良,非常宜居。课余时间我跟随同学还有学校组织的活动一起去周围的城市游玩,这为课余生活增添了不少乐趣。总的来说,PM3E项目伴随了我人生两年关键阶段的成长,我在培养了专业能力和素养的同时,也获得了极大的快乐和满足。

祝大家学业顺利,事业有成!

 

 

Ms. DONG Yemin  2013-2014  imt 2

Master of Science in Sustainable Nuclear Engineering: Applications and Management (SNEAM)

可持续核能源的应用与管理

对于在SNEAM专业所学习的知识,不但复习了核反应堆物理类课程和反应堆热工水力类课程,并学习了较多在反应堆工程这个专业没有深入涉及到的方向:
  • 核技术的医疗应用:如使用粒子加速器等对癌症的治疗,加速器的原理、使用的回旋的技术等。
  • 核电站的退役:由来自IAEA退休的老师对世界核电站退役情况的介绍
  • 核废料的处置:由来自ANDRA的老师详尽的介绍关于法国核废料处置的知识。

当然还有许多其他的知识,我觉得让我印象深刻的就是这几条,法国是个核电运行经验累积的很多年的国家,这样的经验带来的优点在每天的学习课程中都会有所体现,这就需要大家在每天的学习生活中慢慢体会了。祝您能有机会进一步提高知识,开阔视野。

 

 

 


 GU Tao  2009-2011imt 3

Master of Science in Management and Optimization of Supply Chains and Transport (MOST)

管理物流链优化和运输



在通用汽车工作五年期间,我对于物流与供应链管理产生了浓厚的兴趣。于是通过在Nantes campus的management of supply chains专业学习经历,帮助我更加全面地系统地了解供应链中各个模块和功能,也对供应链管理战略有了更新的认识。当然我通过毕业实习,也进一步巩固和丰富了自己的物流实践能力。因此,面对今后的职业发展,我更加充满了信心和勇气。

个人职业经历:

2011年2月~2014年4月:就职于标致雪铁龙集团亚洲运营部(PSA),期间从事供应链安全管理以及量产采购管理等工作

2014年5月至今:就职于福特汽车公司(Ford),目前从事车辆问题相关性调查工作。

 

 


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法国IMT Atlantique 国立高等工程师学院的生活手册 (中文版 )




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BSB: ZHENG Yi, MGE and MSc Global Marketing & Negotiation id zheng yi

"Before BSB I was kind of shy and naive, I didn't know what to do in the future. Now I feel I am prepared to try anything, I am not scared about being an adult and create a career anymore."

Was your experience at the Burgundy School of Business important?

Yes, it is a very precious experience for me, I feel I have been changed in a good way. Thanks to my abroad experience, I have learnt handful of professional skills in BSB which are very helpful for my future career. More importantly I become more independent and more professional, those qualities mentally prepared me to embrace the upcoming professional life.

Which program have you chosen? (Specialization, professional year, semester abroad)

For me the biggest achievement I found from my study is that improved my French in the first year, because I kind of forced myself to study in French track, and those hard times did paid back eventually. I'm also very grateful to be chosen to exchange abroad, it was one of the happiest memories in my life. I met many good friends from all over the world, and I got the chance to experience other beautiful cultures. And as lucky as I was, one professor from HangYang University recommend me to a Korean pharmaceutical company for an internship. It was completely unexpected and very useful for me to understand Korea business environment. I believe those international working experience will help me in my future job.

Which aspects of your studies did you like? What will you remember from your experience?

In BSB I had many professors from different countries and different industries which i think is very good for business study, because business needs both theoretical knowledge and professional experience. Many professors share with us about their professional experience, about the problems they had met and the solutions they had found. For me it was very interesting, and changed some of my ideas about business.

What are the assets of our school?

I think the assets of BSB are dynamism and innovation. The different between BSB and other business schools is that our school is very open to different ideas, for example there are many professors from different domain, there are special majors like Wine Management and MECIC that traditional business school don't have. Also there are many events, students activities and many exchange students from all over the world.

If we had to take a "before/after" picture of yourself, what would have changed?

Before I was kind of shy and naive, I didn't know what to do in the future. Now the difference is I am prepared to try anything, I am not scared about being an adult and create a career anymore.

What would you like to say to a fellow citizen to recommend our school?

I would like to say that no matter what is the reason makes you come to BSB. At BSB you will find knowledge and you will find friends, and you will have many opportunities to do wonderful things that you would not expect at first.

 


Interview with Kang li, Market Segment Executive at TOTALIMG 4444

Could you please introduce yourself? Where are you from?

Hi everyone, my name is LI Kang. I’m from Yantai, a beautiful coastal city in Eastern China. From 2008 to 2012, I studied in Sichuan International Studies University. During my bachelor studies, I got the chance to do one year’s exchange in France. This year has left me a deep impression and has encouraged me to come back to France for my future studies and work. The first time I got to know Grenoble Ecole de Management was during a French school presentation in Chongqing. After a series of exams and interview, I was enrolled in Grenoble Ecole de Management for a 3-year “Grande Ecole” French program from September 2012.

Can you tell us about your experience since you finished your studies at GEM?

After I finished my studies at GEM, I decided to come back to China and work in a French company. Thanks to one year’s apprenticeship (working and study program) at TOTAL in Paris, I was recommended for a job opportunity in TOTAL’s Chinese affiliate in Shanghai. The working language is mainly English, but I still kept contact with my old French colleagues and friends in Paris.

Even as Chinese, I took some time to adapt to the fast speed life step in China, especially in Shanghai, the biggest Chinese city which is also called “Oriental Paris”. You may be surprised by the ownership rate of smart phone in China, but you will no more be surprised if you have experienced the all-done convenience with smart phone which covers all aspects of your life in China.

Can you describe the experience you had in Grenoble?

The “Grande Ecole” French program is a rich and challenging program. But once you succeed to follow and graduate from school, you will congratulate yourself with all the experiences you gained and leave Grenoble with many lifetime memories. GEM is a typical business school which can not only provide you the most advanced knowledge in every business aspect but also keeps you tightly connected with the real professional world.

Besides school life, I also joined an excellent association- Jeunes Ambassadeurs. This association gathers international students from three cities in the Rhone-Alpes region: Lyon, Saint-Etienne and Grenoble. Every student is binomed with a local professor or manager who will be your coach during one year’s term. Until today, I still get close touch with coaches in this association and joined its subsidiary brunch – JA4ever – in Shanghai.

You had several professional experiences in France and now you’re working here in Shanghai as Market Segment Executive at TOTAL, can you describe that?

I really cherish all my professional experiences in France. As foreigners, we face more challenges in job searching than French classmates. I spent two months in looking for my first internship required during the gap year. Even though the searching time is long, it gave me an overall view of French job market and helped me to get familiar with many French companies.

I did my first one year internship in Group SEB, a famous French small electronic appliance company. I worked as an assistant of international product manager for both Calor and Rowenta brands. This one-year internship is one of my most valued experience from which I learned a lot and I felt that I was stepping to the professional world. In the last year of my master, I chose an apprenticeship program which allowed students to work and study at the same time. Students in this program should know how to balance and manage time since we face the same workload at school and we have to handle work duties at companies.

What is different about working here and working in France?

The working style is quite different in China than in France. It’s complicated to explain all the differences in one paragraph. I do not totally agree with some cliché saying that Chinese people work 7/7 and French people take all year’s vacation. In France, I really appreciate every morning’s office greetings and the coffee time among colleagues. While in China, once entering the office, people begin to work and try to finish every day’s duties in the shortest time. Most of people do not know each other if they don’t have project in common. In this sense, I think some casual talking with colleagues may have a positive effect on your work.

What do you like about Shanghai?

Shanghai is a very attractive international city. It provides all resources you need for your life, your work and your dream. You can get the latest news, experience the newest technology, and meet all kind of people. In Shanghai, you can live every day as a new life.

What advice would you give to a student who is willing to study abroad?

Nowadays in China, more and more students are willing to study abroad. It’s a positive phenomenon which means Chinese people are willing to keep pace with the world and to improve themselves by acquiring international experience. While, before going abroad, it’s important to set up clear short-term and long-term goals and to make sure that they are ready to face all difficulties in a foreign country. After going abroad, I suggest students put themselves into local life and make more friends from different countries, especially not to close yourself and stay only in your compatriot’s circle. That’s what we say: live as local people. Last but not least, you will definitely meet all kind of difficulties in studies and work. Challenge yourself and never make such excuse like you are a foreigner.

 


Life in Grenoble: one student’s account after a year in France 

Grenoble may not be in the top 3 biggest city in France, but it is one of the leading European cities in terms of high-tech industries. The city is famous for the higher education systems which means there are a lot of young students here...

I had to get myself an apartment to live in before I came here. When I searched online, I started to realize the cost of living is much more expensive than in China (500-600 euros on average per month in France). But luckily, all the people can get the allowance from the government (170 euros for my apartment per month), which means less financial burden. This was the first time I realized how equality, or égalité, works on everybody in France.

Right after I was settled down, I became deeply fascinated by the peaceful lifestyle here. The bright blue sky, the slow moving tramway, and the various buildings with different styles...I feel like I am walking in the utopia of my dream. I spend several days rambling around the city. Take a walk along the tramway, participate in a local fair...Everything seems to be so interesting and curious.

But that feeling didn’t last forever. When I started to attend class at GEM, life appeared to be hard for me. First and the most difficult part here is the language. I thought my French level was good enough, which turned out to be wrong because I wasn’t able to follow the teacher during class. In addition, teamwork seemed to be mandatory in every class. But I could barely understand what my teammates were talking about, not to mention discussing with them in French. Luckily, my classmates enthusiastically helped me. They gave me their notes and answered my questions so patiently. Three girls and I become friends really quickly. We went outside and had dinner together, and they even invited me to their house for a party, which I never expected.

I also want to talk about the weather here. I felt cold nearly all the time except summer. What has surprised me the most is that people wear their down jackets a lot – even in April!!! I also found out that it rains a lot, which made me unhappy, because I am a girl who yearns for the brilliance of the sun all the time. How I wish every day is a sunny day in Grenoble.

Even though I don’t like the cold, I still love the nighttime view here, especially the Christmas markets, which I was very curious about because we don’t celebrate Christmas in China. At the market, I found so many new things – for eating, for using, for giving...Wandering around at the fair was really a great pleasure.

Apart from what I’ve mentioned, Grenoble is also famous for its ski resorts nestled in the surrounding mountains. Grenoble hosted the 1968 Winter Olympics. Our school gives students a one-week holiday for us to enjoy the joyful activity of skiing. A little regret here is that I haven’t gone skiing yet, but I will try some time later.

One year has already flown by so quickly. How I wish I could stay here long enough to see every aspect of this city and this country!

(By Anjie Pei)

 


JING Zhuo photo Zhuo JING


I am very happy to have come to Strasbourg for my studies during my youth. EM Strasbourg Business School was my dream school, a truly unique and distinctive European and international business school where the realization of my projects begins. The welcome and activities organized by the student associations gave me an unforgettable experience and made me discover a beautiful and vibrant city and region.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HAN Tian photo Tian HAN

I look forward to every single brand new day since I came to EM Strasbourg Business School because it embraces diversity, distinctiveness, and internationality.
I really get to learn a lot in classroom, define my professional project and meet new people here in the heart of Europe as an international student.
I had the opportunity to do my second year internship at EM Strasbourg in the communication department, a very challenging and multicultural experience!

 




 

 

 

 

 




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