I got a question the other day about what I study. It was in Swedish but I'll respond to it in English so everyone here can understand it. :)
I'm studying the first year of a three year's bachelor (licence in French) at IAE Gustave Eiffel École de Management. It is situated at the Univerity of Créteil, or Université Paris-Est Créteil (Paris 12), and the bachelor is called International Management (eco-gestion). It is a public university which means it is basically free. When I applied we were about 1500 students this year. 146 then got called to an interview and 27 got in. Do I need to say that I never thought I would get in?
I go to school from monday to thursday and we usually start at 9 or 10 in the morning and finish around 4 or 5 in the afternoon. We have two classes per day and each class is two or three hours, with a one or one and a half hour lunch break. The subjects we have right now are mostly in French which makes it a bit more complicated for me as a non-native French speaker. In my class we are 27 students and I'm the only one who's not French.
We study English, Spanish (one class for beginners and one advanced, I'm in the later one), economics (two different courses right now), law, general knowledge, marketing and negotiation and informatics (Excel). After Christmas we will have management and accounting. I also take a B2/C1 French course at the moment with other foreigners. I don't have to do it, I don't even think I get any credits for it but I want to, to improve faster. After each course we will have a big exam in most cases, but some courses are also evaluated based on individual presentations, group presentations and smaller exams, as well as how active we are in class.
That's pretty much it. In the second year 50% will be in English and in the third year all the courses will be in English. Can't wait! In the first year we have an internship in sales for one month, in the second year we have a two/three months internship in the end of the year and in the third year we do a semester in one of the partner universities abroad.
I hope that answered some of your questions, feel free to ask if there is anything else you would like to know!