Once more it's ranking time for Business School Bachelor Programmes. EM Normandie's Bachelor en Management International is listed among the programmes on the rise that appeal to more and more students every year, attracted as they are by a programme that has an international orientation and opens on to the professional world.
MOCI, in its February issue, has ranked this Bachelor as 5th among the best international business training programmes. L'Etudiant, in its review of 41 Business Schools and Independent institutions recruiting for 3-year programmes after the French Baccalauréat, has ranked it among the first, all criteria cumulated (academic reputation, quality of the support to graduates, international orientation, links with the business world, etc.)
Bachelor Programme, the training on the rise
Parisien Etudiant published a special report on March 7, in which our Bachelor en Management International gained 2 places, coming 7th out of 46 programmes. For Dr Jean-Christophe Hauguel, EM Normandie's Deputy Director General, ‘Students join a Bachelor to acquire a professional degree and integrate the professional world'. Pursuing further studies, a very common practice among Bachelor Graduates, is a decision that will often mature ‘ as they go through their undergraduate study paths' and ‘ the Bachelor experience at a recognised business school obviously induces the wish to go further'.
Isabelle Dalle, Director of institutional and media relations