The French Commission d'Evaluation des Formations et Diplômes de Gestion (CEFDG) renewed the visa (level 7) and the Master's degree of the EM Normandie Master in Management for a maximum of 5 years as of 1 September 2020 on the School's five campuses (Caen, Le Havre, Paris, Oxford, Dublin). This agreement is further proof of EM Normandie's academic excellence and its ability to adapt to societal, economic and territorial changes to ensure the efficiency of its model.
Many strong points highlighted by the CEFDG
The evaluation commission highlights the work accomplished following the recommendations issued in 2015 and the strong points of the programme and the School, namely: the active, innovative and professionalizing pedagogy practiced in the EMP, the strong student support, the School's territorial anchoring, its strategic positioning on the France - United Kingdom axis and the quality of its research in relation to the specificities of the territory (sustainable development, circular and maritime economy in particular).
A new success that reinforces the ambitions of the EM Normandie
This renewal is in line with the successes signed by EM Normandie in 2019 with the renewal of the EQUIS (3 years) and AACSB (5 years) accreditations. The objective of Elian Pilvin, its Dean, is to continue the momentum created by his predecessor Jean-Guy Bernard, through the creation of new courses (MS, MSc, EMBA), the recruitment of 60 permanent professors within 5 years, including 18 this year, and to make a real leap forward in digital teaching methods and digital uses. It also intends to set up a culture of change management for the teams in order to align the organisation with the challenges of tomorrow and the diversity of skills and experience.
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