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Establishing a campus in the Triangle area, a gateway to the leading high-tech cluster in the US is no coincidence. SKEMA has forged a reputation and an identity for its schools in high-tech clusters and world-class business centres, thereby offering its students ample opportunity for involvement in vibrant business environments. SKEMA was drawn to the region given the world renowned reputation of the Research Triangle Park and the quality of its higher education system.
At the heart of the Centennial campus of North Carolina State University, SKEMA Business School has more than 30,000 square feet (2,500 m2) for its students, for whom interaction with American and international students is part of day-to-day life. This location is also home to NC State Colleges, such as Engineering and Textiles, the famous James B. Hunt Jr. Library, as well as numerous innovative businesses and research laboratories.
SKEMA’s foreign campuses all have the same objective: combining academic and professional experience at an international level. At SKEMA, the international, real-world experience of students involves more than just spending time abroad. These future leaders must also come into direct contact with another culture and participate in internships with local businesses.
“By creating campuses and programmes that are interconnected, SKEMA trains students to be exceptionally mobile, to possess rare values such as open mindedness and collaboration.
In our globalised world, our future alumni will work in multinational, multicultural businesses. Giving them the opportunity to understand this environment through our international campuses, to live this unique and exceptional and unique experience, especially on this Raleigh campus, at the heart of second largest technopark of the United States, is giving them the tools for tomorrow.”
Alice Guilhon, dean of SKEMA.