New worlds to explore: 1st axis of the School's new strategy
EM Normandie has unveiled its major strategic orientations for 2030, including the exploration of new territories. The School intends to intensify its international development by extending its existing campuses and creating three new campuses by 2025.
5,800 students: a record start to the school year
At the start of the 2021 academic year, the Business School welcomed 2,100 new students to its campuses, 16% more than the previous year.
Despite the particular context of the pandemic, 300 new international students joined EM Normandie, bringing their number to over 1,000.
At EM Normandie Business School, the new academic year means “Back to Real Life” and the chance to thrive
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
EM Normandie makes its mark with its new resolutely contemporary, eye-catching high-tech Parisian campus
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.