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Published on 23 July 2021
SKEMA Business School has accelerated its rise in the SIGEM rankings by moving up to the sixth position. This is an increase of two places compared to the 2019 ranking. A detailed review of this unprecedented progression.
Published on 23 July 2021
Dennys Eduardo Rossetto is an associate professor at SKEMA Brazil. He was awarded the "Young Researcher" prize by Brazilian Academy of Management.
Published on 22 July 2021
Rouguy Diallo (triple jump), Romain Cannone (fencing) and Clément Mignon (swimming) are taking part in the Tokyo Olympic Games. At SKEMA, the studies of these high-level athletes are overseen by a dedicated team.
Published on 20 July 2021
Sometimes, the future begins in the classroom. This is why SKEMA USA partnered with IBM to teach evolutionary skills like artificial intelligence, data science and cybersecurity to all the students enrolled in our undergraduate and master-level programmes.
Published on 20 July 2021
SKEMA conducted a four-day offline summer camp programme from July 12 at its Suzhou campus on global leadership and future management for 26 students from Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU).
Published on 15 July 2021
Théo Rouilly, an MSc International Marketing & Business Development alumnus, created a smart solution for borrowing external batteries at no cost. One year after its launch, the start-up is growing and seeding its small terminals all over France.
Published on 15 July 2021
The Amazon Campus Challenge highlights talent through a competition between students. The goal? Give a fledgling business more visibility using Amazon Marketplace.
Published on 13 July 2021
During the spring semester of 2021, second- and third-year BBA students had the opportunity to work on a project in the field of classical music.
Published on 12 July 2021
SKEMA Business School has signed an agreement with New York University School of Professional Studies Division of Programs in Business (DBP).
Published on 12 July 2021
Skin lightening is a practice dating back to the end of the Middle Ages in Europe. According to the WHO, 40% of African women currently engage in this practice. But using chemical substances in an attempt to whiten the skin can cause irreversible damage.

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