No rankings here; instead, a list containing a host of practical information (average result achieved in A Level or equivalent by accepted candidates, cost of tuition, admission process, campuses in France and overseas, national and international accreditations, etc.) and a wonderful presentation of the SKEMA Global BBA, its strengths and advantages.
On the Global BBA presentation page, Le Figaro highlights several strong points and new features of the programme while specifying that: “This programme is for students wishing to discover the world, to expose themselves to new cultures, and to be completely bilingual by the end of their studies. International mobility (one to two years) is compulsory outside of France and it is guaranteed at SKEMA’s international campuses (USA, China or Brazil) with no prerequisites linked to the students’ ranking or results. Students have access to courses that relate specifically to the country in which they find themselves. This is an important feature of SKEMA’s model as a global school training students in multiculturalism.”
The article “BBAs continue their strong development” (in French), which emphasises the remarkable employment rate of SKEMA’s Global BBA graduates, quotes Alice Guilhon, SKEMA’s dean.
And finally, in the article “Is it possible to attend a top school after a bachelor’s degree?” (in French), Patrice Houdayer, director of programmes, international affairs and student life, talks about the options available to students after an undergraduate degree.
See Le Figaro’s comparative list (in French)
Learn more about SKEMA’s Global BBA