Director & Higher Education Counsellor
Marc is Franco-British. Formally a student at the Lycée International de Saint-Germain-en-Laye (France), he graduated in International Management with German at the University of Bath (England) in 2007. He then spent a year travelling in New-Zealand and Australia with a working holiday visa. Since 2008, Marc has been overseeing the creation and development of Study Experience. In 2015, he completed a Master's Degree at Paris Dauphine University in the area of Intercultural Management. Today, Marc is a certified counsellor for all the countries promoted by Study Experience (British Council, UCAS, ENZ, PIER, ITAC).
"Studying abroad offers students a rare opportunity to expand their horizons and open their minds. There is no doubt that an education in a foreign country opens many doors for the future, but more importantly it is a sure way to discover and develop your potential while also living for today !"
Co-founder & Director for Belgium
After studying languages in Belgium, Pascal opened his langauge travel agency in Brussels in 1992. Study Experience was a logical step forward because students would return looking for study opportunities abroad. In a nutshell, Study Experience's mission is to provide a quality counselling service to people looking to pursue their higher education abroad.
"Language travel and training abroad changed my life. It all changed my vision of the world and made me learn about new cultures. Travelling and communicating in a foreign language became my exciting way of life. There is no better deal than investing in one's education and being trained abroad."
Consultant (Rhône Alpes)
After completing her Property Management studies in France, Marlène pursued Business studies for two years in Sydney (Australia). This experience abroad enabled her to gain a position as a Marketing Assistant in a UK company based in Portsmouth. She was then hired by IBM, where she joined the Human Ressources team in Portsmouth, before heading out the the Budapest office. Before linking up with Study Experience in 2013, Marlene was head of the Paris office of a Sydney-based company, that specialises in promoting Australian higher education abroad.
"I really enjoy being able to discover so many different student profiles and try to give them the benefit of my personal experience to help them study abroad in the best possible conditions. We are in the fantastic position of being able to promote so many excellent schools and universities, that cover pretty much all possible study areas and what I love the most about this job is being able to tailor propositions for each student's unique project !"
Consultant (Alsace, Lorraine)
After a Bachelor degree in English, Fanny moved to the UK for a year before finishing her studies in Strasbourg (International Relations). Her various experiences have enabled her to take on a number of different roles in international education, most recently as a counsellor for international students at YMCA language school in Montreal (Canada). Since her return to France in 2013, Fanny is Project and Communication Manager at YMCA and also represents Study Experience in the regions of Alsace-Lorraine and Franche-Comté.
Higher education counsellor
After completing her High School studies in France, Alison pursued studies in anthropology for three years in Montreal (Canada). Inspired by this international experience, she is ready to share her experiences and to advise the students looking to experience their own international adventure.
“My three years stay in Montreal were the most rewarding of my short life. I discovered a new country with a new culture and learnt a great deal about myself. I would highly recommend this to everyone who has the chance and I will gladly support them!”
Higher education counsellor
After a two-year professional diploma in Management, Elsa chose to learn more about languages and culture and decided to follow a Bachelor of Foreign Languages and a Master’s degree in International Management. She has several personal and professional international experiences, which she is now happy to share with students looking for an adventure abroad.
"Going abroad means more than just the academic aspect we came for. It is to share knowledge, culture and create human relationships. Experiencing studies abroad is a wonderful opportunity for those fortunate enough to be able to!"