SINO-FRENCH EDUCATION MEETINGS

 2019   中法院校见面交流会 

Introduction

Schools of management enjoy special forms of official recognition:
• certification by the French State, indicated by a stamp on the graduate’s diploma.
• listing in the registry of Grandes Écoles published by the Conférence des Grandes Écoles, which regulates all of France’s Grandes Écoles.
• official recognition of certain diplomas as equivalent to a Master.

Operating at a variety of levels, France’s many schools management offer programs geared to economic requirements and new management practices. Internships and international exchanges play a large role in many programs. The great majority of schools have come together to offer common entrance exams. About 190 schools admit students directly from secondary school.
Most of France’s business schools are private; many are affiliated with local chambers of commerce and industry.

The annual tuition varies widely but is generally between €5,000 and €15,000.

Participating French Business schools

CNAM IIM

Le CNAM – International Institute of Management

The Cnam is a public institution founded in 1794 in order to meet the needs of the industrial revolution and is under the authority of the Ministry of Education.

The Cnam offers 700 academic programs across 350 different professions at all levels of qualification.

The Cnam International Institute Management offers a wide range of courses, in line with both the European and International standards. Programs are fully delivered in English and welcome students from all over the world:

  • • MBA program, accredited by AMBAs;
  • • Masters in management, per the European standard LMD (Bachelor-Master-PhD);

Located in the center of Paris, the International Institute of Management is dedicated to a high level of Management and Business studies.

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logo emlyonemlyon business school 

emlyon business school is a French leading business school. It was founded in Lyon, France in 1872 by the local business community, and is affiliated to the Lyon Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It has triple accreditation: EQUIS by the EFMD, AMBA, and the AACSB. emlyon has 5 campuses currently: Lyon, Saint-Étienne, Shanghai, Casablanca and Paris.

 

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emba 1EMBA – Ecole de Management Bretagne Atlantique

Founded in 1990, the ISUGA program of the Ecole de Management Bretagne Atlantique (administered by the Quimper Cornouaille chamber of commerce and industry) prepares students for business dealings between Europe and Asia. ISUGA has a multicultural enrollment of 250 students from 12 countries; 35 percent of the students are Asian. Students may enter at a level appropriate to their prior preparation, from the last year of the French baccalauréat program to the fith year of postsecondary education.

The degrees offered correspond to the European levels L2 (2-years undergraduate degree), L3 (3-years undergraduate degree), M1, and M2 (master). The program alternates periods of study in Quimper, 3 to 6 months internships in Europe or Asia.

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ICD International Business School ICD logo

ICD is part of IGS Group, a leading education group in France representing more than 66,000 graduates, 13,200 students per year and 140 programs in different fields: Business, Computer Sciences, Human Ressources Management, Real Estate, Journalism, Finance and Strategy.

Since 1980, ICD has been developing significant expertise in Interntional Business, Business Development and Marketing.

THREE CORE VALUES:

Humanism, Entrepreneurship and Professionalism. ICD’s programs give students the benefit of broad cultural awareness and a Humanities-focused education throughout their studies. Dedicated workshops and cultural conferences held yearly, cultural partnerships with the Comédie Française, an abundance of associative life work, a week of cultural diversity activities, a week of sustainable development activities, a mandatory Arts, Culture and Sports unit, which teaches and promotes educational projects throughout the IGS Schools, as well as a full week each year devoted to student artistic productions, are all part of the dynamic cultural life that encourages students to embrace the idea of humanism, learn «good conduct» principles and develop a sense of human relationships and tolerance towards others.

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RENNES SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Highly recognised by its international programmes taught entirely in English, Rennes School of Business is considered as the most international School of Management in Europe. With 91% of faculty members being non-French, 53% foreign students, classes in English and a network of more than 260 partner universities worldwide, Rennes School of Business gives the students a unique opportunity to learn in a continuous international environment.

Triple Crown accredited, the international DNA and its firm grounding in the highly appealing, globally-oriented town of Rennes have helped Rennes School of Business attain its position among the very best schools of Management. The School’s main objective over the next 5 years is to become one of the most innovative and multicultural business schools in Europe. Renne SB aims to attract new international students (+50%) of 100 nationalities. The Research. Lab at Rennes SB focus on 4 Areas of Excellence: Thriving through Complexity; AI-driven Business ; Agribusiness ; Green, Digital, & Demand-Driven Supply Chain Management.

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