Our reason to exist
EM Normandie enlightens those who are committed to meeting the challenges facing humanity.
Its raison d'être? To inspire and train the generations of yesterday, today and tomorrow to become the actors of a sustainable world: free to think, free to learn, free to create.
Our philosophy: “School for life, School for good”
Jules Siegfried worked to change society and was involved in the major changes of his time: business training, equality between men and women by supporting his wife in her struggles, openness to the world, access to housing for as many people as possible, etc.
Participating in the changes in the world is part of the school's heritage. Beyond preparing generations to act, EM Normandie must also be an actor in this sustainable world.
Convinced that Business Schools must change their paradigm, EM Normandie questioned itself when defining its strategic orientations for 2030.
EM Normandie's new strategy has two main objectives: to accompany students throughout their lives and to help them make a positive contribution to the world that is taking shape.
1,000 international students of more than 65 nationalities welcomed each year on the 6 campuses of the School.
9 languages taught.
70 international visiting professors
40% of native English-speaking teachers.
100% management professors holding a Ph.D.
800+ high-level professional speakers including many graduates (KPMG, Groupe La Poste, Nestlé, Bandaï Namco, Seafrigo...).
Obtain a double degree at one of our partner universities, all of which are renowned for their excellence on 5 continents.
70,000+ mission, internship, work-study and job offers from partner companies and the EM Normandie Alumni Network, including 4,700 in exclusivity.
1 integrated CFA to facilitate your procedures and offer you an unlimited number of work-study places.
1 500 work-study offers shared each year on the Jobboard.
400+ recruitment events each year: Career Workshops, Short Internship Forum, Jobdating, Job Meetup.
EM Normandie is a higher education institution under associative status (law of 1901) and under private law contract, placed under the general management of Elian Pilvin since 2020.
The Board of Directors
The Board has been chaired by Jean-Louis Grégoire since 2021. It determines the general policy of the School, has the General Assembly debate it and delegates its implementation to the Bureau. The Board of Directors is composed of representatives of the School, regional institutions and companies.
The Executive Committee
The Executive Committee defines the School's policy and guides its action. Its members are
- Dean of the Faculty
- Director of Digital Transformation
- Director of Competitions and Admissions
- Director of Strategy and Performance Management
- Director of Programmes
- Director of International Affairs
- Director of the Brand and EM Normandie Experience
The Strategic Orientation Council
This advisory body is responsible for assisting the School in its academic and strategic reflection. It deals with issues relating to the programme offer as well as its teaching and research aspects.
The Strategic Orientation Council has an advisory role and ensures that the School has a vision other than the local vision of the actors in the area. If necessary, the proposals made by the Strategic Orientation Council are discussed by the Board of Directors.