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School of International Management
The School of the School Bridges off International Management offers 4 trainings MBA, entirely given in English, for the professionals wishing to evolve to stations with responsibility, a new branch of industry or a business activity with the international one. Proposed full-time (program full time) or in parallel of an community activity (program leaves time), these programs adapt perfectly to each community project. Associating teaching flexibility and academic excellence, the school promotes the study of management and the leadership integrating ethics in the businesses and the direction of the values. The School of the School Bridges off International Management proposes 4 programs MBA thus: the MBA in International Business, the MBA in Technology and Entrepreneurship, the Executive MBA as well as Tri-Continent MBA (Paris/Philadelphia/Tokyo/Shangai), delivered in partnership with Fox School off Business of University Temple in Philadelphia (the USA). Approved by the AMBA, these formations are intended for candidates having an initial training d’ at least Vat + 3 and one track records d’ at least 3 years.
ESCP-EAP is both a high-level school of management with international scope and a large-scale European institution. It was founded in Paris in 1819 and, since then, has educated generations of leaders, contributing to the fine reputation it enjoys today. The European calling of the school was born when the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry decided in 1973 to create a multi-campus school of management in France, Germany and the United Kingdom, called EAP. The ambition was to contribute actively to the development of a European economic culture. Today this project, the driver of ESCP-EAP, has taken wing. With five campuses in Paris, Berlin, London, Madrid and Turin, ESCP-EAP is now the School of Management for Europe.
Each year ESCP-EAP welcomes 3,500 students and a similar number of top-level executives. It is at the cutting edge of a knowledge and immaterial economy; fosters innovation and accompanies business organisations in their change process; sustains a wide international partnership network reflecting its global ambitions; is actively involved in economic and societal debate on European issues. Students and executives come from around the world. The school offers them a model of management which prepares them for the future in the respect of such humanist European values as creativity, history, culture, transversality and diversity.
S’ imposing like an innovative program within the MBA, l’ ESSEC MBA s’ affirm from now on like a major actor with the international level among the European Schools Businesses. Its anchoring in a strong humanistic tradition confers in this context all its width on its mission and its will of training of managers conscious of the current and future stakes social and political.
ESSEC MBA s’ addresses to students French or international at strong potential of less than 32 years, resulting from the French preparatory classes or graduate of l’ higher education, with or without track records.
ESSEC MBA has the role the training of the leaders d’ companies and managers of tomorrow. The program aims at developing their capacities d’ innovation and d’ entrepreneuriat by preaching the open-minded, the team spirit, teaching freedom and the responsibilisation d’ students resulting from all the continents.
Throughout its 125 years of history, HEC School of Management has continually attracted a special kind of individual highly capable and talented, innovative, entrepreneurial, ambitious and open minded. HEC ‘s aim is to train the world leaders of tomorrow.
Located in the heart of the thriving, diverse Paris business community, the school has earned international acclaim for its superior programs, groundbreaking research, and outstanding student body.
Academic contribution, teaching high quality business education and serving the economy and the business community by providing them with the talents they need are HEC ‘s major responsibilities.
World-class research – conducted by a faculty of over 100 full-time professors – has not only cemented a strong reputation, but will continue to serve as the driving force of HECs development. Through expertise and consulting activities, the faculty members are sure to further augment the international standing of HEC.
What HEC can offer is an outstanding academic and practical education, the opportunity for personal growth, state-of-the-art facilities for working with others in groups, the environment in which to learn, and the confidence to lead and make critical business decisions.
As one of the world’s leading and largest graduate business schools, INSEAD brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world to change lives and transform organisations.
This worldly perspective and cultural diversity are reflected in all aspects of INSEAD’s research and teaching. In the course of a year, across the school’s two campuses in Asia (Singapore) and Europe (France) and two centres in the Middle East (Israel and Abu Dhabi), 138 renowned faculty members from 32 countries inspire more than 1,000 degree participants – MBA, Executive MBA and PhD – and more than 9,500 executives from the world’s leading companies. Across this comprehensive range of programmes, INSEAD’s participants are drawn from more than 100 countries and represent all continents.
As an international center of excellence in the social sciences, Sciences Po has established exchange partnerships with nearly 300 universities worldwide. Students from any of these partner universities can come to Sciences Po on an exchange programme. The period of their stay at Sciences Po will be of one semester or one year, depending on their home university’s policy. Exchange students will continue paying their fees at their home university and will usually get credits for marks obtained at Sciences Po.
Incoming students are treated as full-time Sciences Po students and thus have full access to all campus facilities, including computer rooms, email, libraries, cafeterias, the cyber-cafe, and the careers and placement service. They may take part in the many student organizations, and are encouraged to take advantage of all aspects of student life at Sciences Po.
Sciences Po does not offer on-campus student housing. International students are offered help in arranging accommodation through Sciences Po’s list of contacts, and assistance with procedural matters. Students should be sure to arrive in advance of the semester start date in order to secure housing.