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National newspaper Le Figaro tests our BBA programme


After our BBA's top position in l’Etudiant’s recent business schools ranking (1st for international, 8th for academic excellence and 9th for business relations), Le Figaro newspaper has now published its Tests of Bachelors Programmes.

This is not a ranking but a host of practical information (average level, fees, admission process, campuses in France and abroad, international accreditations etc.) and SKEMA’s BBA is shown in a highly favourable light. 

Le Figaro chose 39 bachelors programmes all of which have State approval. In the section on SKEMA’s BBA in Global Management, the Figaro says:

"This is a four-year course that has had an American format since the start. Its pedagogical approach is student centred and the emphasis is on multiculturalism and international experience. 57% of students are international from 65 different countries, which means that French students benefit from an international education. The programme is taught 100% in English and includes two years’ academic mobility on the school’s international campuses (United States, China and Brazil) or with American, Canadian, Australian, Asian or European partners with the possibility of a dual qualification."

The articles that appear with this practical information underline the strengths of the SKEMA BBA and often cite Denis Boissin, director of the SKEMA BBA
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