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Conférence de presse 15-11-2022

EdTechs and SD/CSR commitments at the heart of EM Normandie's strategic projects

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On 15 November 2022, EM Normandie set out its roadmap for the coming months with two major innovations. Firstly, the building of its new, EdTech-based learning model to enhance the student experience, which will require significant investment, and secondly the implementation of a structured action plan to become an organisation with a positive social and environmental impact by 2030, led by the new Social and Environmental Impact Direction (DISE), which is at the heart of EM Normandie’s School for Good engagement strategy. Elian Pilvin, Dean and Director General, also presented key figures for 2022-23 and reiterated EM Normandie’s position, underlining its ambition to become the number one world-class French higher education institution for teaching and post-Baccalaureate research.
sulitest

The Sulitest international initiative gains momentum, raising €1.5 Million to launch the first international certificate for assessing Sustainable Development knowledge

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The world urgently needs a paradigm shift towards sustainability, which is why the Sulitest initiative was launched in 2014 to enable higher education institutions, companies and other organisations to train future changemakers, using online tools aimed at building a sustainable world.
Khaireddine Mouakhar directeur de la filiale de Dubaï

Appointment at EM Normandie: Khaireddine Mouakhar, Director of the Dubai branch

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Khaireddine Mouakhar, former Director of the Caen campus, is to head the new UAE branch of the Business School in Dubai. This is a highly strategic position for EM Normandie, which is seeking to become the first world-class French post-baccalaureate higher education and research institution.
Welcome Weeks 2021

At EM Normandie Business School, the new academic year means “Back to Real Life” and the chance to thrive

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Our student years are often considered to be the best years of our life, yet young people have been hit hard by the health crisis in 2020-2021. EM Normandie has therefore gone the extra mile to promise a warm and friendly start to the new academic year focusing on what matters most: getting together, interaction, good spirit and kindness and giving everyone a role to play, as students rediscover their zest for learning and being part of a tight-knit community. Fun-filled Welcome Weeks, with academic undertones, are set to go ahead for ALL students on the Caen, Le Havre, Paris, Oxford and Dublin campuses. In a School that is attracting an ever-increasing number of learners, the teams have so many exciting ideas in mind for welcoming students.
L’EM Normandie s’installe sur un nouveau campus parisien

EM Normandie makes its mark with its new resolutely contemporary, eye-catching high-tech Parisian campus

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EM Normandie Business School opens its new campus in January 2022, designed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. This 14,000 m2 development is located just within Clichy, at the gateway to Paris. It embodies the Business School’s unique student experience with its warm and contemporary feel, functional, modular and connected features and green credentials. Students will have access to beautiful interior terraces and gardens, EdTech equipment, comfortable spaces for learning, co-working, dining and sport, and staff based on-campus. This open-plan, futuristic campus comprises ten floors of elegant training and shared spaces for students, professionals, entrepreneurs and graduates. With a capacity of 3000, it will offer a wide range of training, from post-Baccalaureate to executive education.
Rentrée 2020 EM Normandie

EM Normandie 2020 intake: phygital teaching and news

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Prevention, safety and innovation set the tone for the new academic year at EM Normandie where students began learning “phygital” style on Monday 14 September. Recently built on its new campus in Le Havre, its “flagship” on the Le Havre campus in Normandy, the school is also revealing a new performance-based structure.
Rentrée 2020 EM Normandie

Start of the 2020 academic year : EM Normandie Business School will be hosting students using its new ‘phygital’ learning system

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EM Normandie is currently implementing procedures for the start of the academic year, in accordance with the latest health guidelines issued by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (Ministère de lʼEnseignement Supérieur de la Recherche et de lʼInnovation – MESRI). The Business School is making every effort to ensure the safety of its community, guarantee optimal learning conditions and provide a rich and formative learning experience with processes which include scheduled arrival of students, multimodal teaching, specific processes for international students and training of teaching staff.
5700 masks distributed

Covid-19 : EM Normandie Business School gives 5700 FFP2 masks to caregivers

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To make up for the shortage and to help protect caregivers, EM Normandie has decided to distribute the 5,700 FFP2 masks it has had since the influenza A H1N1 epidemic.
L’EM Normandie est ré-accréditée EQUIS

EQUIS Accreditation renewed for EM Normandie

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EM Normandie has been awarded its first renewal of the International EQUIS Accreditation for another 3 years. Following the renewal of its AACSB Accreditation, this latest success bears evidence of the School’s potential for growth in a context of excellence and ranks it among the best business schools in the world. Indeed, less than 200 Universities and Business Schools are EQUIS Accredited and only 5% of them hold the double EQUIS/AACSB accreditation. The School’s international orientation, its development strategy, its potential for innovation as well as its strong internal cohesion were recognised. These are as many assets to pursue its expansion and stand out in a more and more competitive environment.
Rentrée 2019 à l'EM Normandie

Yet another record year at EM Normandie

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Still spurred on by a dynamic and strong growth, EM Normandie has once again confirmed its attractiveness this year. All in all, 1,650 new students will join its Initial Education degree programmes (Master in management, Bachelor in International Management, MS/MSc & Postgraduate), a record +27% increase over 2018.