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First 100% virtual campus opens in Europe

@NEOMAbs is now the first school in Europe to open a 100% digital campus, developed in partnership with @LavalVirtual  The purpose of the digital campus is to create the interactions and atmosphere of a real campus, guaranteeing the most authentic and gratifying academic experience possible from a remote location.

Teaching the circular economy in business schools is essential for our planet’s survival

Our planet’s natural resources are under enormous pressure that must be quickly reduced, and it has become increasingly apparent that business schools have a key role to play in instigating real change when it comes to the climate.A shocking 90% of the raw materials that we use are not reinjected into the economy, which is why the circular economy concept has generated a great deal of enthusiasm from various sectors over the last few years.Aurélien Acquier and Valentina Carbone, ESCP professors and Scientific Co-Directors of the ESCP - Deloitte Circular Economy & Business Sustainable Models Chair, have developed their educational approach to increase awareness among ESCP students on the complexity of climate and environmental issues and point to the role of companies, regulations and technologies.“The circular economy concept tends to polarise supporters of green growth and those of degrowth. As business school professors, we navigate between these extreme positions to offer a third way” say Professors Acquier and Carbone.“Our approach has three distinctive features. First, each edition of the course is built around a particular sector and presents different actors’ views on the subject, including private companies, regulators and consumers. We then adopt a multidisciplinary approach, bringing together different fields of management – strategy, operations, marketing, finance – but also including debates at a more philosophical level.Finally, we seek to combine this reflexive approach with one that is orientated towards innovation and action. In order to achieve this, our course partners, at least one institutional actor and one or more companies, provide our students innovation-related problems.”Over a period of ten weeks, students analyse the different facets of a given problem, help entrepreneurs make strategic or operational choices, conduct international comparisons relating to a circular economy issue, or question the regulatory approach adopted by a state or a local authority. In addition to this analysis, students propose solutions to address the limits of linear, unsustainable models.This unique educational innovation is backed up by the ESCP-Deloitte Circular Economy chair. Given the collective and multidisciplinary nature of Circular Economy issues, this initiative is also a call to open business schools up beyond their classic disciplines and skills. This is paramount to collectively changing our ways towards a more sustainable future.

ESCP Business School achieves the objectives of Brand & Size one year ahead of schedule and prepares for the world to come

During its press meeting, titled “Open Up!”, to kick off the new school year, ESCP presents a two-fold assessment of its “Brand & Size” strategy and its experience in dealing with Covid-19 and outlines the school of tomorrow.

NEOMA Business School’s EMBA ranked 1st in Europe for graduate’s overall professional experience

@NEOMAbs has been placed 1st in Europe and 2nd worldwide within the ‘graduate’s professional experience’ category in the QS 2020 worldwide ranking of top Executive MBA’s, with an impressive score of 99.5/100.

Politecnico di Milano School of Management ranks in the top 100 for its Global MBA in America Economia rankings

@MIP_PoliMi - Politecnico di Milano School of Management’s Global MBA ranks 51st in the world in the latest rankings by @AmericaEconomia  Educational acknowledgement, multiculturalism, networking and an advantageous geographic location are the key attributes that positioned the business school’s MBA in this ranking of the Best Global MBA Programmes for Latin American students.

In response to changes in the world of work NEOMA Business School adapts their Global Executive MBA to be more flexible

In response to changes in the world of work, NEOMA Business School has developed the Global Executive MBA to offer more online courses and extra options for starting the programme.

NEOMA Business School obtains the renewal of its AMBA accreditation for 5 years

With this re-accreditation, NEOMA Business School retains the prestigious international triple crown. If the NEOMA Global Executive MBA has been AMBA accredited since 2006, this is the first AMBA accreditation for the Master in Management, which was subject to the audit for the first time. This double AMBA accreditation for the maximum duration of 5 years proves the conformity of the two courses with the best international standards and the solidity of the School's strategic project.

‘Entrepreneurs across Borders’ A network of 10 incubators across the world

@NEOMAbs launches the first international network of incubators  In line with its long-held stance of basing its activities on a network of prestigious universities across the world, NEOMA is launching the first international network of incubators. This network comprises 10 institutions recognised for their expertise in entrepreneurship, and is part of the School’s new scheme ‘Entrepreneurs across Borders’.

NEOMA Business School launches innovative Msc program in Wine & Gastronomy

NEOMA Business School launches innovative Msc program in Wine & Gastronomy NEOMA Business School in France will launch a course that is both innovative and exciting; the Msc Wine & Gastronomy. This 15-month specialisation programme, taught entirely in English, will focus on marketing, with an approach adapted to the characteristics of the gastronomic food, wine and spirits markets, from the start of the 2020 academic year.

NEOMA Business School opens its office covering the whole of Latin America in Colombia

After establishing an office in India in 2018, @NEOMAbs is opening a new office to represent it in Colombia, to facilitate the recruitment of students from Latin America. With the benefit of its historic partnerships with the universities of Latin America, NEOMA is hoping to double the number of Latin American students over the next four years by focussing its recruitment strategy on the principal markets of that continent.


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