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SKEMA Business School's SKY25 (SKEMA Years 2020-2025) strategic plan has been fulfilled a year ahead of schedule with some major achievements. The school took stock of its achievements at a press conference on April 2, 2024. The initiatives that will shape SKEMA's future were also detailed. Firmly positioned, the school currently ranks among the Top 6 French business schools, according to the data published this month by the Banque Commune d'Epreuves, which accounts for 70% of SIGEM places. SKEMA is the most popular business school among preparatory school students for the fifth year running.
Unique, educational and in tune with the times... SKEMA Business School is launching its institutional podcast titled "Makes Sense ?" - a leap into pop culture to explore social issues.
Ahead of the FIFA Men's World Cup in Qatar, SKEMA Publika think tank publishes a report on the issues and challenges to expect during this sport mega-event.
SKEMA Business School inaugurated its Law School 'SKEMA Law School for Business' in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on 28 October.
For many years, SKEMA Business School has been providing supply chain and procurement education through its highly reputed Master of Science (MSc) Global Supply Chain Management & Procurement program. Today, the school is going one step further by joining forces with a leading American institution in supply chain education, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL).
At SKEMA Business School, geopolitics courses give its Master in Management (PGE) students the opportunity to decipher major issues of the contemporary world. In March 2022, the school announced two major developments in line with this objective: the launch of the think tank SKEMA Publika and the creation of a geopolitics school whose courses will be taught in all the programmes from 2023. The importance SKEMA gives to geopolitics is illustrated today by an unprecedented partnership initiative with Sorbonne University.
Benefiting from the school's locations on four continents, SKEMA's Global Executive MBA is one of the most international programmes in the world. Participating in the prestigious QS Executive MBA Ranking for the first time, it has been ranked 39th in the world and 19th in Europe.
The Financial Times has published its 2022 global ranking of finance programmes. SKEMA, with its MSc Financial Markets & Investments programme, taught on the Grand Paris, Sophia Antipolis and Raleigh (USA) campuses, has been ranked third worldwide for the third consecutive year, among the 55 international business schools and universities selected by the FT. Notably, SKEMA is placed ahead of the University of Oxford: Said, London Business School, and other prominent business schools.
SKEMA continues to develop a series of excellence partnerships with renowned international institutions, particularly in the United States. Today, the school announces a new academic agreement in Florida. Following the agreements signed in the recent months with leading institutions in the United States, such as Loyola University, UCLA Extension, New York University (NYU SPS) and UC Berkeley Global, SKEMA is today announcing a new agreement with another renowned American university: Florida International University (FIU).
SKEMA Business School and EADA Business School have signed an agreement to launch a new joint double-degree BBA programme "SKEMA X EADA Global BBA" in Barcelona, where EADA operates.
The results of the Common Test Bank competition, known as BCE-Banque Commune d’Epreuves in French, were published today by the SIGEM organisation. They confirm SKEMA's upward momentum. In a SIGEM environment considered to be static, SKEMA’s performance stood out as it moved up two places. The management school is now ranked sixth among the 27 French management schools. An unprecedented performance that confirms the school's growing attractiveness.
SKEMA Business School announces the signing of a new agreement with New York University School of Professional Studies (NYU SPS) Division of Programs in Business (DPB). This agreement will establish the creation and launch, in New York City, of a customized course that will serve to complement the courses offered by SKEMA's Global Luxury and Management (GLAM) program—an MSc accredited by the French Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. The program, which is open to students holding a bachelor’s degree or higher, affords a one-year and a two-year track, with a limited cohort of 50 students. Four courses will be offered by NYU SPS— starting by NYU SPS/SKEMA Business School 2021 ‘Luxury Business Ethics’.
Belo Horizonte & Paris - Tuesday, 15 June 2021: In 2015, SKEMA set up a campus in Belo Horizonte, Brazil – the country's third largest economic city – on the premises of its academic partner Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC) to accommodate around one hundred students. SKEMA became a full-fledged Brazilian structure and was authorised to award a Brazilian degree in 2018. The number of students at this campus has increased fivefold since its establishment. To support this development, SKEMA is opening a new campus.
SKEMA is launching a new programme with the prestigious US university UCLA Extension to meet the challenges of transformation and expansion in the entertainment industry sector (film, streaming platforms, television, concerts, etc.). From the start of term in September 2021, the two institutions will offer the new ‘Digital Marketing and Business & Management of Entertainment’ programme, specifically co-constructed for the specialisation year of SKEMA’s Master in Management Programme.
The year 2020 created more opportunities for SKEMA than it impacted its business plan, reinforcing the robustness of the "glocal" model of its 7 campuses across the world. Despite the uncertainties, the COVID-19 crisis has enabled SKEMA to overhaul its pedagogy, test and deploy new pedagogical practices (notably through EdTech), and make progress on the issues of transdisciplinarity, CSR and innovation in the programmes.
One of the world’s leading economists, this eminent professor will conduct post- COVID-19 research on finance and growth at SKEMA Business School for the academic year.
One of the world’s leading economists, this eminent professor will conduct post- COVID-19 research on finance and growth at SKEMA Business School for the academic year.
At a time when algorithms and the power of artificial intelligence models are governing more and more areas of economic and social life, ethical questions are arising. These are all questions that are in the news. They will be raised at the Franco-American conference on November 10 and 11 titled "Ethical Management of AI, a French/American dialogue", in which SKEMA Business School is participating in conjunction with FrenchTech Raleigh-Research Triangle (North Carolina).
The new academic year kicked off in September with a “committed player” approach, which was the main theme of the 2020 intercampus Hackathon. SKEMA’s first-year Programme Grande Ecole students had to design projects that would contribute to saving the planet. The student team that won the intercampus challenge pitched the concept of an urban farm based on permaculture and organic farming on SKEMA campuses.
SKEMA Business School has just signed two new strategic agreements with two excellent Chinese academic institutions: Nanjing Audit University and Xian' Jiaotong University, a member of the prestigious Chinese Ivy League, which brings together the 9 largest universities in the country.
Present throughout the Grande Ecole programme since its inception, SKEMA’s courses in sustainable development, sustainable innovation and corporate social responsibility will be reinforced to form an integrated three-year course. The learning experience will be designed to prepare students to become "agents" of change at the corporate and social level, as part of SKEMA's SKY25 strategic plan’s objectives.
Alice Guilhon, dean of SKEMA Business School, is delighted to announce the appointment of Philippe Monin as vice-dean of faculty and research. As a member of SKEMA's executive committee, he will take up this position on September 1, 2020.
The Financial Times has just published its worldwide ranking of finance programmes. SKEMA Business School, with its MSc Financial Markets and Investments ("pre-experience") programme taught at its Paris, Sophia Antipolis and Raleigh (USA) campuses, gained 1 position and ranked third worldwide among the 55 selected international schools and universities.
ThinkForward is the name of SKEMA’s new knowledge site that brings together and disseminates SKEMA’s professors expertise and analysis.
The Financial Times has just published its 2020 global rankings for customised executive programmes. Entering the top 50 for the first time this year, SKEMA Business School has been ranked 43rd out of 85 international academic institutions and has climbed 18 places compared to the 2019 edition; this progression places SKEMA on the second step of the podium, between Imperial College (1) and Chicago Booth School of Business (3).
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