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1 BACHELOR EN MANAGEMENT ET GESTION DES ENTREPRISES spécialité INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR IN MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION speciality INTERNATIONAL CONTENT: 1. GENERAL PRESENTATION French higher education system Courses catalogue at Rules and procedures Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International Certified skills Job positions 2. COURSE STRUCTURE Application procedure Admission procedure Registration procedure 3. CONTINUATION 4. GENERAL INFORMATION 5. USEFUL INFORMATION Course leaders and contacts 6. PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION List of subjects Professional practice Knowledge and skills evaluation Organisation Graduation 7. INTERNATIONAL Study abroad Intensive Programme International transcript of records Diploma supplement

2 1. GENERAL PRESENTATION Created in campuses: Annecy, Ville-la-Grand, Chambéry, Albertville, Cluses, Geneva students studying at Bachelor or Master level, with 700 in Annecy alumni. IPAC is a State-recognised school. The State can relieve its public service obligations to recognised institutions, after validating their level. It officially attests the institution s value. So IPAC: - Can welcome lecturers coming from public institutions, - Can welcome students with national scholarships, - Can have recognised degree, - Is bind to the study programmes and schedules declared when looking for recognition, - The faculty is validated by the Ministry of National Education, - Teaching Inspection is the same as in public schools. (Source : «Les établissements Privés d Enseignement Supérieur» Pierre-Henri PRELOT) IPAC has more than 40 foreign partner universities, mainly within the ERASMUS network. IPAC has very close links with local and national companies. In March 2003, IPAC has obtained ISO 9001 certification, version (ISO : International Organisation for Standardization) This certification is delivered by an institution (ex : BVQI for Bureau Veritas Quality International) for organisations (company, association, administration) that have a quality system that complies with international standards. IPAC has defined its own field (education), its scope and quality standards. The certification is delivered by an independent organisation. A certification follow-up is organised every semester and a general examination must be retake every 3 years.

3 French higher education system *Années post-baccalauréat = number of years after Baccalauréat (examination after secondary school, necessary to follow higher education) Level Européen= European level Grade et credits ECTS = ECTS credits and ECTS grades Licence (Niveau II) Master (Niveau I) Doctorat = Bachelor (Level II) Master (Level I) - Doctorate Course catalogue at Top-up Bachelors (Level II Top-up bachelor in 1 year after 2 validated years of higher education) Bachelor en Marketing et Communication / Bachelor in Marketing and Communication Bachelor en Tourisme / Bachelor in Tourism Bachelor en Ressources Humaines / Bachelor in Human Resources Bachelor en Marketing et Communication, spécialité Bancassurance / Bachelor in Marketing and Communication, speciality Banking and Insurance Bachelor en Marketing et Communication, spécialité Immobilier / Bachelor in Marketing and communication, speciality Real Estate Management Bachelor in International Business Studies with Marketing Bachelors (Level II 3-year programme) Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises OPEN / Bachelor in Management and Business Administration OPEN Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International / Bachelor in Management and Business Administration, speciality International Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité Tourisme / Bachelor in Management and Business Administration, speciality Tourism Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité Gestion de Patrimoine / Bachelor in Management and Business Administration, speciality Wealth Management

4 Master level (Level I 2-year programme after 3 validated years of higher education) Manager du Développement Commercial et Entrepreneuriat, spécialité International / Manager in Sales Development and Entrepreneurship, speciality International Manager du Développement Commercial et Entrepreneuriat, spécialité Tourisme / Manager in International Sales Developement and Entrepreneurship, speciality Tourism Manager des Ressources Humaines / Manager in Human Resources Rules and procedures ARTICLE 1 HEALTH AND SAFETY 1. No smoking indoor 2. No food or drinks in class rooms 3. Speed limit in the car park is 10 km/hour 4. In case of emergency, use the emergency exits at each end of the building. See evacuation plan displayed at each floor ARTICLE 2 SCHEDULE 1. Class hours: 8:15am - 12am 1:30pm 5:15pm 2. No lateness or early departure from class allowed. The break lasts 15 minutes and must be respected. 3. IPAC is open from 7am until 7pm. After 5.30 pm students studying at IPAC are asked to do so in the rooms allocated so that cleaning service can go on. ARTICLE 3 WORKING CONDITIONS 1. No students allowed in the copy room or staff rooms. For support, students must refer to the concerned lecturer 2. It is strictly forbidden to copy software installed on IPAC computers 3. It is strictly forbidden to move computers or other IT tools from one room to another 4. Access to fax, telephone, and copy machine is available on request. You can buy cards at the reception desk. 5. IPAC resource center is on-line, and called Cyberlibris. All students will be given an access code when starting classes. ARTICLE 4 RULES 1. Classes are compulsory. All delays and absences must be justified. 2. Grading system by semester 3. All student work that is not hand in on time will be graded with a 0/20 grade 4. Absence: Students must collect documents from the course leader and get informed of contents of classes missed. Students who have missed an examination will have to register directly to the retake session to sit their exam. 5. Tests and exams rules: no speaking allowed. Any exam fraud will be discussed by the course leader and lead to a 0/20 grade 6. Dressing code: Correct dressing is required. Ostentatious religious sign is prohibited

5 Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International The Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International is a 3-year programme, composed of 2 years of core curriculum and a 3 rd year of specialisation. The Bachelor Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International proposes, from the 1 st year, a specialisation in International Marketing and International Business, as well as a second European language (German, Italian or Spanish) and mandatory classes of Chinese. After validating their first two years of core curriculum, students will follow their 3rd year abroad in a partner institution in order to validate the RNCP degree, Level II Responsable du développement d unité commerciale / Business unit manager (code NSF 310n) The Commission Nationale de la Certification Professionnelle / National Commision of Vocational Certifications (CNCP) is associated with the Ministery of Labour. The Commission draws up the Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles / National Register of Vocational which registers all degrees and diplomas in France. The CNCP is also in charge of creating the evaluation procedure for programmes. After this evaluation, the Ministry of Labour will decide if the programme will be registered on the RNCP or not. This will give national recognition for the level of the qualification (Level 1 = master level; Level II = Bachelor level; Level III = Higher certificate). Certified skills The Business Unit Manager organizes and co-ordinates the sales and marketing department of a company. Here are the 4 main activities associated with the position: 1. Sales management: sales planning, customer relationship 2. Marketing management: organization of products and services development from conception to sales 3. Administration management: management of the relation between the technical departments, the accountancy department, and the Information systems. 4. Staff management Job positions Main Jobs or positions for the Business Unit Manager graduates Fiches ROME and number associated (National references) Related jobs: Export Sales Manager Sales Manager Product Manager Sales Management Executive Head of administrative services department Extracts from the APEC (National agency for executives) descriptors for Product Managers or Sales Manager hertopic_top81487

6 2. COURSE STRUCTURE Year 1 = core curriculum + speciality International Year 2 = core curriculum + speciality International Year 3 = abroad in a partner institution Application procedure Candidates must have a Baccalauréat or equivalent. Candidates can also enter the programme through a V.E.S. (Validation des Etudes Supérieures) Validation of Higher Education. Admission procedure Application form + motivation interview + English test according to the CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) Registration procedure Return the final enrolment form with the necessary documents 3. CONTINUATION Master in sales, international development, marketing, management 4. GENERAL INFORMATION Level of the degree : Level II, degree obtained after the completion of 3 or 4 years of higher education Length of the programme: 6 semesters This programme can be followed as a full-time programme 5. USEFUL INFORMATION Course leaders and contacts Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International course leader: - Annecy campus: Manuella BOHAN / 42 Chemin de la Prairie ANNECY /

7 6. PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION List of subjects Subjects ECTS credits Number of hours Coordinator Unit: PROFESSIONAL THEORY speciality INTERNATIONAL S1 S2 S3 S H Professional methodology 3 60 S. Vaillaut Marketing D. Vincent Marketing D. Vincent Professional communication I 3 60 J. Arbeit Professional communication J. Arbeit Management M. Bohan Management M. Bohan Negotiation 3 60 C. Meyer International marketing P. Tardivel International marketing P. Tardivel International business P. Tardivel International business P. Tardivel Unit : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE H Professional project in Business Economics 3 30 M. Tavera Professional practice Professional practice Professional practice Professional practice Internship Internship Unit : ADMINISTRATION H Information technology C. Gynet Information technology C. Gynet Finance JP. Duparc Finance JP. Duparc Maths 3 60 S. Cordoba Statistics 3 60 S. Codoba Unit : ENVIRONMENT H Business management M. Tavera Business management M. Tavera General economics N. Yassin General economics N. Yassin Law 3 60 N. Yassin Unit : LANGUAGES H English F. Argoud 2 nd European language (German, Italian or Spanish) F. Argoud Chinese F Argoud TOTAL H

8 Unit: PROFESSIONAL THEORY speciality INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL METHODOLOGY Dates: Semester 1 Have an understanding of what companies are looking for in terms of skills and abilities How to do professional research when looking for or into a company Understand why time management is important Highlight individual strengths and weaknesses Prepare a successful CV and motivation letter Organise their time constructively and efficiently Interact with different members from the world of work, including telephoning and interviews Have better research and analytical skills Identify self knowledge and qualities CV and motivation letter Find good arguments for an application Recruitment interview Methodology for finding an internship Phoning Time management Project management MARKETING 1 Dates: Semester 1 Understand the mechanism of marketing Implement the mechanism of marketing to real company situations Definition of marketing Prepare an operational marketing plan Strategic business planning : define the role of marketing Marketing environment Market studies Consumer behaviour Market segmentation What is a product? Branding: building a strong brand MARKETING 2 Dates: Semester 3

9 Understand the mechanism of marketing Implement the mechanism of marketing to real company situations Developing new products and life cycle Pricing Pricing strategy Supply chain and selling network Distribution chain management Advertising, sales promotion and public relations Sales and direct marketing MANAGEMENT 1 Dates: Semester 2 Understand the basics of management Master the different interviews with people management Be able to lead and recruit a team Basics of management Management process Management and communication Business unit management MANAGEMENT 2 Dates: Semester 4 Understand the basics of management Master the different interviews with people management Be able to lead and recruit a team Team management Team organisation Management in change Project management PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 1 Dates: Semester 1

10 Improve their writing and oral skills Use simple communication tools and find basic mechanisms for a correct communication Be able to self-correction Have developed their vocabulary Oral and written communication Review of grammar and spelling Improve the style Know how to write a text Understand the meaning of the words Take notes Reporting Synthesis Body language Press relations Press release Select subjects professional writing Web communication Eloquence Internal communication Oral communication within the company PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 2 Dates: Semester 3 Improve their writing and oral skills according to their interlocutor Improve their vocabulary, spelling, syntaxe Be able to write and speak in a business context Make a difference within the group Be able to write and speak in a business context Understand the sales and professional communication Group communication Dispute management and professional communication Be able to manage disputes Welcoming Communicate by telephone Institutional communication Actors in the communication sector Sales communication Communication planning Communication through social networks New trends in communication NEGOTIATION Dates: Semester 3 Understand negotiation and its applications Know the principles and steps of the different types of negotiations Be able to lead a winner-winner negotiation in different fields

11 Introduction to negotiation prepare a negotiation Phoning Sales negotiation: selling interview Negotiator-buyer Management negotiation INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 1 Number of ECTS credits: 2 ECTS Number of hours: 50 hours (35h in class+15h personal work) Dates: Semester 1 Language: English Understand the mechanism of marketing on an international point of view Implement the mechanism of marketing on an international point of view International marketing: demand, offer, environment Business watch The business environment The export diagnostics Institution where help can be found Market selection Canvassing - INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 2 Number of ECTS credits: 2 ECTS Number of hours: 50 hours (35h in class+15h personal work) Dates: Semester 2 Language: English Understand the mechanism of marketing on an international point of view Implement the mechanism of marketing on an international point of view Product offer Price fixing international development Business communication Networking and partner valuation Intercultural management INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 1 Number of ECTS credits: 2 ECTS Number of hours: 50 hours (35h in class+15h personal work) Dates: Semester 3 Take into account the different steps of an exporting procedure Export a product from their company to a prospective client

12 The export approach Jobs for international business Export risks The offer key elements sales contract Incoterms Transportation Customs procedures INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 2 Number of ECTS credits: 2 ECTS Number of hours: 50 hours (35h in class+15h personal work) Dates: Semester 4 Take into account the different steps of an exporting procedure Know the risks of exporting Be paid Export a product from their company to a prospective client Manage and insure the different risks Chose the appropriate paying procedure Credit risk and political risk Being paid Change risk Political risk Unit: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PROFESSIONAL PROJECT IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS Number of hours: 40 hours (40h personal work) Assessment: 1 report Dates: Semester 1 Be able to contact a manager in a company and prepare an interview with this person Discover several types of companies and understand how they are managed and what are their strategies in terms of all business related subjects (HR, finance, management, sales, marketing ) The professional project in business economics is a group work asking students to search companies and present a written analysis after having undertaken interviews and primary research. Unit: ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 1

13 Dates: Semester 1 Be able to use most of the functions of the below programmes in a professional context Understand the possibilities of the programmes and how they fit together Create a presentation with animations (PowerPoint) Create a brochure (Publisher) Design documents (Word) Create a direct-mail (Word) Manage automatically long documents (Word) Draw a survey and analyse data (Sphinx) Diaporama with animation (Powerpoint) Brochure (Publisher) Printing options Create a survey and analyse data (Sphinx) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2 Dates: Semester 2 Be able to use most of the functions of the below programmes in a professional context Understand the possibilities of the programmes and how they fit together Design tables (Excel) Calculate and search information (advanced tools in Excel) Create database Use database (Access) Design and data analysis (Excel) Introduction to database Access FINANCE 1 Dates: Semester 3 Know the financial environment for business applications

14 Understand the basic principles of French accountancy The company: economic and legal environment Accounts model Basis accounting operations Introduction to pay Introduction to stocktaking FINANCE 2 Dates: Semester 4 Know the basics of cost calculation and business financial analysis Be able to calculate simple costing and break-even point Be able to create the different budgets of the company Understand the principles of analysis of the financial structure, though the balance. Stock management Financing a business Budgeting Calculation of break-even point Budgets MATHS Dates: Semester 2 Be able to use maths as tools for marketing, human resources, banking, tourism and management Percentages and VAT Equations simple and composed interests Proportional rates Actualisation and capitalisation Series as problem solving tools Loans STATISTICS Dates: Semester 3 Be able to use statistics as tools for marketing, human resources, banking, tourism and management

15 Mode Median Average Variance covariance Standard deviation Seasonality Index used in marketing, HR, finance Surveying Unit: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1 Dates: Semester 1 Understand the role that a company plays in society The importance of reading the economic situation correctly The different types of company that exist and the strategic choices and consequences The role of finance, HR and directors in a company The ability to read financial information and translate its relevance Analyse data and make strategic choices Work in groups to a fixed deadline Create a company and manage it Planning Organising Use resources Controlling BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2 Dates: Semester 2 The same knowledge, understanding and skills in general and in outline as the first semester but as the student will have spent two periods of work placement within 2 separate companies, they should now be able to show a genuine understanding based on real life applications and to demonstrate a greater and deeper appreciation of the choices involved and be able to provided a real analysis and offer practical solutions to a current situation. Understand the importance of an international context because the students are expected to widen their scope to encompass foreign companies (based in France or French companies trading overseas) Realise and understand the importance and dangers of globalisation Recognise the different strategic choices open to companies at an international level The functions of a company

16 GENERAL ECONOMICS 1 Dates: Semester 2 Position a company in its economic context Understand the relation between supply and demand Define the role of the different types of market and their importance Have an understanding of the main economic theories and institutions Analyse, synthesize and discuss the main elements of both micro and macro economics Work with the supply and demand curves Understand some of the major economic factors facing the modern world The 3 economics functions Financing the economy Regulating the economy GENERAL ECONOMICS 2 Dates: Semester 4 Identify the main exchange flows in relation to the theories Locate the importance of capital flows Understand European Union construction Be able to understand and analyse the diversity of economic development and the relationship between economies Understand the difficult international coordination of economic policies International economics relations International payments Differences in the world economy LAW Dates: Semester 4 Have a good grounding in the basic notions of law and how it relates to the economy

17 Understand how laws are made and how they are enforced Understand a basic legal document Analyse and interpret legal documents Apply legal logic when making strategic decisions Know where to look when being offered a choice with possible legal implications Introduction to law Legal framework for businesses Legal framework for economic activity Unit: LANGUAGES ENGLISH /semester Number of hours: 60 hours/semester (35h in class+25h personal work) / semester Dates: Semesters 1, 2, 3 and 4 By the end of the modules the student should be able to: Know how to read, write, speak and react in English Analyse and comment on a range of situations Continuously improve their understanding of current affairs and general knowledge Know what it means to be self starting and to organise one s time to achieve challenging objectives A high operational level of English Learn on their own and be able to measure the results Speak, write and react in English with native and non-native English speakers, and adapt their language accordingly Look for an internship or a job in an English speaking country Professional letters and documents Summary and reports Contracts CVs and job applications Self, product, company presentations Phoning Negotiation and sales meetings EUROPEAN LANGUAGE (GERMAN, ITALIAN or SPANISH) /semester Number of hours: 60 hours/semester (35h in class+25h personal work) / semester Dates: Semesters 1, 2, 3 and 4 Have a thorough understanding of the geo-political landscape of the language-related speaking world Have a grasp of the cultural differences between France and the language-related country on a business level Be able to use the commercial communication tools correctly Understand economic and commercial documents Write and translate same Use the business vocabulary correctly

18 Speak, write and react in the language with native and non-native English speakers, and adapt their language accordingly Look for an internship or a job in an English speaking country Professional letters and documents Summary and reports Contracts CVs and job applications Self, product, company presentations Phoning Negotiation and sales meetings CHINESE Number of ECTS credits: 2 ECTS/semester Number of hours: 50 hours/semester (35h in class+15h personal work) / semester Dates: Semesters 1, 2, 3 and 4 Understand the Chinese business context in order to have business relations in China Do a business trip in China Manage multicultural relations with Chinese people or business partners Chinese language (pronunciation, phrase construction, vocabulary, writing) History Civilisation Professional practice Students must do a 3-month internship during the first two years of the programme. During the first two years, at the same time as classes, students must lead or participate to professional missions linked with the content of the programme. These missions must be of at least half a day per week. These professional missions are limited working missions, on a short period of time. Their objective is to implement the techniques learnt in class. Knowledge and skills evaluation During the 1st and 2 nd years of the Bachelor Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International, capacities and knowledge assessment is done under continuous assessment (minimum of 2 tests during the semester) and a final week of examination. Each subject followed during the semester will be assessed by a final examination. Each semester, students will have to hand back a follow-up document describing the professional missions undertaken during the semester. Internships 1 and 2 will be evaluated with an internship report. At the end of the first 2 years, students will participate to an Oral Defence during which they will present their complete professional practice and its impact on the construction of their professional project. Equal opportunity: students who present a disability, proved by a medical certificate, will be given an additional third-time to write their exams.

19 Organisation See Calendar at the end of the document Graduation Grades are on 20 points, the average being 10 points. To graduate, students must meet the following criteria after the retake session: - obtain to all subjects a grade of at least 6/20 Exception: grades related to professional practice (Professional practice from S1 to S4 and Internships at the end of S2 and S4) must be equal or higher than 10/20 - obtain a general average of at least 10/20 - obtain at least 60 ECTS. Students who will not have obtained the minimum grade to one of the subject will have to register for the retake session. The grade obtained at the retake session will cancel and replace the previous grade, whether it is higher or lower. A student who will not have validated all subjects during the previous semester could be accepted in the following year under the following conditions: - have a maximum of 4 not-validated subjects after the retake session ; AND - have a general average equal or higher than 10/20. The student will have to participate to the following retake session until validation of all subjects, necessary condition to obtain the degree in year 3. All other cases will be discussed by a jury after the retake session. If the jury decides not to give the degree to the student, the student can re-sit the exams within 2 successive years. Questionable grades must be made in written form to the course leader and will be appreciated by the study unit coordinator. 7. INTERNATIONAL Study abroad Students who have validated their first two years of the Bachelor Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International will follow their studies in a partner institution abroad within our Erasmus and bilateral agreements. Scholarships available. Information at the International office: Géraldine HUSSENOT / / Audrey ABBONEN / / Intensive programme Students in Bachelor en Management et Gestion des Entreprises, spécialité International will have the opportunity to participate to an Erasmus Intensive Programme. This will give them the opportunity to work in partnership with other European institutions on the subject Corporate Social Responsibility. Students selected for the programme will obtain 5 additional ECTS.

20 International transcript of records Transcripts of records are both in French and English and appear with ECTS credits and grades for each subject. 1 ECTS = 20 to 30 workload hours ECTS (European Transfer and Accumulation System) is a learner-centred system for credit accumulation and transfer based on the transparency of learning outcomes and learning processes. It aims to facilitate planning, delivery, evaluation, recognition and validation of qualifications and units of learning as well as student mobility. ECTS is widely used in formal higher education and can be applied to other lifelong learning activities. ECTS credits are based on the workload students need in order to achieve expected learning outcomes. The ECTS grade scale goes from A to FX as follows: ECTS grade % of successful students normally Description of the grade achieving the grade A 10 EXCELLENT - outstanding performance with only minor errors B 25 VERY GOOD - above the average standard but with some errors C 30 GOOD - generally sound work with a number of notable errors D 25 SATISFACTORY- fair but with significant shortcomings E 10 SUFFICIENT - performance meets the minimum criteria FX - FAIL - some more work required before the credit can be awarded F - FAIL - considerable further work is required Diploma supplement With their degree, students will be given an Europass Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement accompanies a higher education diploma, providing a standardised description of the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies completed by its holder. The Diploma Supplement aids mobility and access to lifelong learning opportunities. It promotes transparency in higher education and fair and informed judgements about qualifications. It also accommodates rapid changes in qualifications. National higher education institutions produce the supplement according to a template jointly developed by the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO. Each graduate should receive the Diploma Supplement automatically, free of charge and in a major European language.

21 PLANNING PRÉVISIONNEL BACHELOR MGE OPEN/SPECIALITE Semestre 1 : Du 26/09/11 au 16/12/11 Semestre 2 : Du 02/01/12 au 29/06/12 AOUT SEPTEMBRE OCTOBRE NOVEMBRE DÉCEMBRE JANVIER FÉVRIER MARS AVRIL MAI JUIN JUILLET Lundi 1 Jeudi 1 Samedi 1 Mardi 1 Jeudi 1 Dimanche 1 Mercredi 1 Jeudi 1 Dimanche 1 Mardi 1 Vendredi 1 Dimanche 1 Mardi 2 Vendredi 2 Dimanche 2 Mercredi 2 Vendredi 2 Lundi 2 Jeudi 2 Vendredi 2 Lundi 2 Mercredi 2 Samedi 2 Lundi 2 Mercredi 3 Samedi 3 Lundi 3 Jeudi 3 Samedi 3 Mardi 3 Vendredi 3 Samedi 3 Mardi 3 Jeudi 3 Dimanche 3 Mardi 3 Jeudi 4 Dimanche 4 Mardi 4 Vendredi 4 Dimanche 4 Mercredi 4 Samedi 4 Dimanche 4 Mercredi 4 Vendredi 4 Lundi 4 Mercredi 4 Vendredi 5 Lundi 5 Mercredi 5 Samedi 5 Lundi 5 Jeudi 5 Dimanche 5 Lundi 5 Jeudi 5 Samedi 5 Mardi 5 Jeudi 5 Samedi 6 Mardi 6 Jeudi 6 Dimanche 6 Mardi 6 Vendredi 6 Lundi 6 Mardi 6 Vendredi 6 Dimanche 6 Mercredi 6 Vendredi 6 Dimanche 7 Mercredi 7 Vendredi 7 Lundi 7 Mercredi 7 Samedi 7 Mardi 7 Mercredi 7 Samedi 7 Lundi 7 Jeudi 7 Samedi 7 Lundi 8 Jeudi 8 Samedi 8 Mardi 8 Jeudi 8 Dimanche 8 Mercredi 8 Jeudi 8 Dimanche 8 Mardi 8 Vendredi 8 Dimanche 8 Mardi 9 Vendredi 9 Dimanche 9 Mercredi 9 Vendredi 9 Lundi 9 Jeudi 9 Vendredi 9 Lundi 9 Mercredi 9 Samedi 9 Lundi 9 Mercredi 10 Samedi 10 Lundi 10 Jeudi 10 Samedi 10 Mardi 10 Vendredi 10 Samedi 10 Mardi 10 Jeudi 10 Dimanche 10 Mardi 10 Jeudi 11 Dimanche 11 Mardi 11 Vendredi 11 Dimanche 11 Mercredi 11 Samedi 11 Dimanche 11 Mercredi 11 Vendredi 11 Lundi 11 Mercredi 11 Vendredi 12 Lundi 12 Mercredi 12 Samedi 12 Lundi 12 Jeudi 12 Dimanche 12 Lundi 12 Jeudi 12 Samedi 12 Mardi 12 Jeudi 12 Samedi 13 Mardi 13 Jeudi 13 Dimanche 13 Mardi 13 Vendredi 13 Lundi 13 Mardi 13 Vendredi 13 Dimanche 13 Mercredi 13 Vendredi 13 Dimanche 14 Mercredi 14 Vendredi 14 Lundi 14 Mercredi 14 Samedi 14 Mardi 14 Mercredi 14 Samedi 14 Lundi 14 Jeudi 14 Samedi 14 Lundi 15 Jeudi 15 Samedi 15 Mardi 15 Jeudi 15 Dimanche 15 Mercredi 15 Jeudi 15 Dimanche 15 Mardi 15 Vendredi 15 Dimanche 15 Mardi 16 Vendredi 16 Dimanche 16 Mercredi 16 Vendredi 16 Lundi 16 Jeudi 16 Vendredi 16 Lundi 16 Mercredi 16 Samedi 16 Lundi 16 Mercredi 17 Samedi 17 Lundi 17 Jeudi 17 Samedi 17 Mardi 17 Vendredi 17 Samedi 17 Mardi 17 Jeudi 17 Dimanche 17 Mardi 17 Jeudi 18 Dimanche 18 Mardi 18 Vendredi 18 Dimanche 18 Mercredi 18 Samedi 18 Dimanche 18 Mercredi 18 Vendredi 18 Lundi 18 Mercredi 18 Vendredi 19 Lundi 19 Mercredi 19 Samedi 19 Lundi 19 Jeudi 19 Dimanche 19 Lundi 19 Jeudi 19 Samedi 19 Mardi 19 Jeudi 19 Samedi 20 Mardi 20 Jeudi 20 Dimanche 20 Mardi 20 Vendredi 20 Lundi 20 Mardi 20 Vendredi 20 Dimanche 20 Mercredi 20 Vendredi 20 Dimanche 21 Mercredi 21 Vendredi 21 Lundi 21 Mercredi 21 Samedi 21 Mardi 21 Mercredi 21 Samedi 21 Lundi 21 Jeudi 21 Samedi 21 Lundi 22 Jeudi 22 Samedi 22 Mardi 22 Jeudi 22 Dimanche 22 Mercredi 22 Jeudi 22 Dimanche 22 Mardi 22 Vendredi 22 Dimanche 22 Mardi 23 Vendredi 23 Dimanche 23 Mercredi 23 Vendredi 23 Lundi 23 Jeudi 23 Vendredi 23 Lundi 23 Mercredi 23 Samedi 23 Lundi 23 Mercredi 24 Samedi 24 Lundi 24 Jeudi 24 Samedi 24 Mardi 24 Vendredi 24 Samedi 24 Mardi 24 Jeudi 24 Dimanche 24 Mardi 24 Jeudi 25 Dimanche 25 Mardi 25 Vendredi 25 Dimanche 25 Mercredi 25 Samedi 25 Dimanche 25 Mercredi 25 Vendredi 25 Lundi 25 Mercredi 25 Vendredi 26 Lundi 26 Mercredi 26 Samedi 26 Lundi 26 Jeudi 26 Dimanche 26 Lundi 26 Jeudi 26 Samedi 26 Mardi 26 Jeudi 26 Samedi 27 Mardi 27 Jeudi 27 Dimanche 27 Mardi 27 Vendredi 27 Lundi 27 Mardi 27 Vendredi 27 Dimanche 27 Mercredi 27 Vendredi 27 Dimanche 28 Mercredi 28 Vendredi 28 Lundi 28 Mercredi 28 Samedi 28 Mardi 28 Mercredi 28 Samedi 28 Lundi 28 Jeudi 28 Samedi 28 Lundi 29 Jeudi 29 Samedi 29 Mardi 29 Jeudi 29 Dimanche 29 Mercredi 29 Jeudi 29 Dimanche 29 Mardi 29 Vendredi 29 Dimanche 29 Mardi 30 Vendredi 30 Dimanche 30 Mercredi 30 Vendredi 30 Lundi 30 Vendredi 30 Lundi 30 Mercredi 30 Samedi 30 Lundi 30 Mercredi 31 Lundi 31 Samedi 31 Mardi 31 Samedi 31 Jeudi 31 Mardi 31 COURS IPAC FERME PARTIELS STAGES VACANCES CONSOLIDATION

22 PLANNING PRÉVISIONNEL MGE OPEN / SPECIALITE Semestre 1 : Du 17/09/12 au 07/12/12 Semestre 2 : Du 10/12/12 au 28/06/13 AOUT SEPTEMBRE OCTOBRE NOVEMBRE DÉCEMBRE JANVIER FÉVRIER MARS AVRIL MAI JUIN JUILLET Mercredi 1 Samedi 1 Lundi 1 Jeudi 1 Samedi 1 Mardi 1 Vendredi 1 Vendredi 1 Lundi 1 Mercredi 1 Samedi 1 Lundi 1 Jeudi 2 Dimanche 2 Mardi 2 Vendredi 2 Dimanche 2 Mercredi 2 Samedi 2 Samedi 2 Mardi 2 Jeudi 2 Dimanche 2 Mardi 2 Vendredi 3 Lundi 3 Mercredi 3 Samedi 3 Lundi 3 Jeudi 3 Dimanche 3 Dimanche 3 Mercredi 3 Vendredi 3 Lundi 3 Mercredi 3 Samedi 4 Mardi 4 Jeudi 4 Dimanche 4 Mardi 4 Vendredi 4 Lundi 4 Lundi 4 Jeudi 4 Samedi 4 Mardi 4 Jeudi 4 Dimanche 5 Mercredi 5 Vendredi 5 Lundi 5 Mercredi 5 Samedi 5 Mardi 5 Mardi 5 Vendredi 5 Dimanche 5 Mercredi 5 Vendredi 5 Lundi 6 Jeudi 6 Samedi 6 Mardi 6 Jeudi 6 Dimanche 6 Mercredi 6 Mercredi 6 Samedi 6 Lundi 6 Jeudi 6 Samedi 6 Mardi 7 Vendredi 7 Dimanche 7 Mercredi 7 Vendredi 7 Lundi 7 Jeudi 7 Jeudi 7 Dimanche 7 Mardi 7 Vendredi 7 Dimanche 7 Mercredi 8 Samedi 8 Lundi 8 Jeudi 8 Samedi 8 Mardi 8 Vendredi 8 Vendredi 8 Lundi 8 Mercredi 8 Samedi 8 Lundi 8 Jeudi 9 Dimanche 9 Mardi 9 Vendredi 9 Dimanche 9 Mercredi 9 Samedi 9 Samedi 9 Mardi 9 Jeudi 9 Dimanche 9 Mardi 9 Vendredi 10 Lundi 10 Mercredi 10 Samedi 10 Lundi 10 Jeudi 10 Dimanche 10 Dimanche 10 Mercredi 10 Vendredi 10 Lundi 10 Mercredi 10 Samedi 11 Mardi 11 Jeudi 11 Dimanche 11 Mardi 11 Vendredi 11 Lundi 11 Lundi 11 Jeudi 11 Samedi 11 Mardi 11 Jeudi 11 Dimanche 12 Mercredi 12 Vendredi 12 Lundi 12 Mercredi 12 Samedi 12 Mardi 12 Mardi 12 Vendredi 12 Dimanche 12 Mercredi 12 Vendredi 12 Lundi 13 Jeudi 13 Samedi 13 Mardi 13 Jeudi 13 Dimanche 13 Mercredi 13 Mercredi 13 Samedi 13 Lundi 13 Jeudi 13 Samedi 13 Mardi 14 Vendredi 14 Dimanche 14 Mercredi 14 Vendredi 14 Lundi 14 Jeudi 14 Jeudi 14 Dimanche 14 Mardi 14 Vendredi 14 Dimanche 14 Mercredi 15 Samedi 15 Lundi 15 Jeudi 15 Samedi 15 Mardi 15 Vendredi 15 Vendredi 15 Lundi 15 Mercredi 15 Samedi 15 Lundi 15 Jeudi 16 Dimanche 16 Mardi 16 Vendredi 16 Dimanche 16 Mercredi 16 Samedi 16 Samedi 16 Mardi 16 Jeudi 16 Dimanche 16 Mardi 16 Vendredi 17 Lundi 17 Mercredi 17 Samedi 17 Lundi 17 Jeudi 17 Dimanche 17 Dimanche 17 Mercredi 17 Vendredi 17 Lundi 17 Mercredi 17 Samedi 18 Mardi 18 Jeudi 18 Dimanche 18 Mardi 18 Vendredi 18 Lundi 18 Lundi 18 Jeudi 18 Samedi 18 Mardi 18 Jeudi 18 Dimanche 19 Mercredi 19 Vendredi 19 Lundi 19 Mercredi 19 Samedi 19 Mardi 19 Mardi 19 Vendredi 19 Dimanche 19 Mercredi 19 Vendredi 19 Lundi 20 Jeudi 20 Samedi 20 Mardi 20 Jeudi 20 Dimanche 20 Mercredi 20 Mercredi 20 Samedi 20 Lundi 20 Jeudi 20 Samedi 20 Mardi 21 Vendredi 21 Dimanche 21 Mercredi 21 Vendredi 21 Lundi 21 Jeudi 21 Jeudi 21 Dimanche 21 Mardi 21 Vendredi 21 Dimanche 21 Mercredi 22 Samedi 22 Lundi 22 Jeudi 22 Samedi 22 Mardi 22 Vendredi 22 Vendredi 22 Lundi 22 Mercredi 22 Samedi 22 Lundi 22 Jeudi 23 Dimanche 23 Mardi 23 Vendredi 23 Dimanche 23 Mercredi 23 Samedi 23 Samedi 23 Mardi 23 Jeudi 23 Dimanche 23 Mardi 23 Vendredi 24 Lundi 24 Mercredi 24 Samedi 24 Lundi 24 Jeudi 24 Dimanche 24 Dimanche 24 Mercredi 24 Vendredi 24 Lundi 24 Mercredi 24 Samedi 25 Mardi 25 Jeudi 25 Dimanche 25 Mardi 25 Vendredi 25 Lundi 25 Lundi 25 Jeudi 25 Samedi 25 Mardi 25 Jeudi 25 Dimanche 26 Mercredi 26 Vendredi 26 Lundi 26 Mercredi 26 Samedi 26 Mardi 26 Mardi 26 Vendredi 26 Dimanche 26 Mercredi 26 Vendredi 26 Lundi 27 Jeudi 27 Samedi 27 Mardi 27 Jeudi 27 Dimanche 27 Mercredi 27 Mercredi 27 Samedi 27 Lundi 27 Jeudi 27 Samedi 27 Mardi 28 Vendredi 28 Dimanche 28 Mercredi 28 Vendredi 28 Lundi 28 Jeudi 28 Jeudi 28 Dimanche 28 Mardi 28 Vendredi 28 Dimanche 28 Mercredi 29 Samedi 29 Lundi 29 Jeudi 29 Samedi 29 Mardi 29 Vendredi 29 Lundi 29 Mercredi 29 Samedi 29 Lundi 29 Jeudi 30 Dimanche 30 Mardi 30 Vendredi 30 Dimanche 30 Mercredi 30 Samedi 30 Mardi 30 Jeudi 30 Dimanche 30 Mardi 30 Vendredi 31 Mercredi 31 Lundi 31 Jeudi 31 Dimanche 31 Vendredi 31 Mercredi 31 COURS IPAC FERME PARTIELS STAGES VACANCES CONSOLIDATIONRATTRAPAGES

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