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ECU graduate embarks on elite international studies

Thursday, 30 September 2010


  • Bachelor of Arts graduate, Ms Élodie Mortet, will further her studies at the prestigious École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris

    Bachelor of Arts graduate, Ms Élodie Mortet, will further her studies at the prestigious École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris

Congratulations to Bachelor of Arts graduate, Ms Élodie Mortet, who was recently admitted to the prestigious École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP), where she will embark on her Masters degree in Management.

The ESCP is an elite tertiary institution, with its Masters in Management course ranked number one in the world by The Financial Times.  

Élodie graduated from ECU in 2009 with first-class honours, and was the winner of the Undergraduate Faculty of Education and Arts medal with majors in French as well as politics and government.

Her thesis focused on a systematic analysis on French programs for secondary schools in WA and those for English in France and received high praise from her external examiners at one of Australia’s G8 universities.  

Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication and Arts and Coordinator of Language studies and French studies, Dr David Elder, congratulates Élodie on her outstanding achievements.

“The ESCP is an outstanding educational institution in Paris, with extremely competitive selection criteria.”

“Élodie excelled in her studies at ECU, and will join an elite group of postgraduate students when she embarks on her studies in Paris, and we wish her every success in the future.”

For more information visit École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris or email Dr David Elder on d.elder@ecu.edu.au.

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