EAI Tech: an opportunity to enter American universities
Before they leave for an American university, a hundred of students of the Institute or so, in traditional dress, cap and gown, will receive their passports on Saturday April 21st at Mandelieu.
The EAI Tech (Euro-American Institute of Technology), post-baccalaureate programme of the CERAM at Sophia Antipolis, is organizing its traditional ceremony for the handing over of their passports on Saturday April 21st 2001 from 5.00 PM to 7.00 PM, at the Royal Casino Hotel in Mandelieu la Napoule. The management of the EAI Tech will give the passports to 100 students, who will leave in August 2001 for one of the host American universities (Florida Tech, Virginia Tech, College of Charleston, Tulane University, Western Carolina University, Florida International University and Bowling Green State University). The tradition was honoured: the students will wear, for the occasion, the traditional dress, the American cap and gown. This ceremony will be followed by the graduation ceremony for the Bachelor EAI Tech (degree recognized worldwide), which will be delivered to 6 students.The EAI Tech, set up in 1990, is a programme part of the CERAM Sophia Antipolis, higher education group of the CCI Nice Côte d’Azur since the end of 1996. This original training course is the only one in France at the post-baccalaureate level to prepare students for the American degree for two years at least–the Bachelor Degree-within a technology and management degree course in Sophia Antipolis. In total, 50 programmes in 7 important courses of specialization (33 scientific programmes and/or with double competence in 5 courses and 17 programmes in 2 courses: business and communication).The EAI Tech enables students to go abroad in the best conditions (90% of lectures are taught in English, learning and command of computer tools and new technologies, knowledge of the culture of the host country, etc). It also offers a teaching at an international level, adapted to the pace and the capacities of each student (choice of lectures each semester) as well as a personal pedagogic support (tutorials with a lecturer).ContactEdwige Barrault Tel : 04 93 95 45 43 - Fax : 04 93 65 45 24 - Mél : firstname.lastname@example.org