France

A curriculum that supports student self-development

While many business and management schools consider the study of sustainable development as a specialist subject, a business school based in France places the field at the heart of its MSc Management course. Inspired by the six PRME principles, the school’s transformative and issue-centered learning approach encourages students to pursue their own goals, following a Pro-Act pedagogy […]

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Business school incubator start-up raises EUR 16 million biotech investment

An entrepreneurial incubator set up through an international business school has raised a large biotech investment for developing innovative treatments for Type 2 diabetes sufferers. The school aims to stimulate the social responsibility of its participants, providing the support needed to achieve business success across various cultural and economic systems. Training is based both on theory […]

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An alliance that transverses disciplines

A French alliance between schools of Art, Technology and Management contributes to the development of innovative management and to the training of professional managers who can evolve in a complex and dynamic environment. This will encourage and teach the next generation of leaders and creators to pursue new and interdisciplinary knowledge that they can use to build a more responsible and sustainable world. To achieve this goal, the three schools use various pedagogical methods including shared courses, projects, workshops, joint training groups and joint degrees.

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Research through the lens

Lengthy jargon filled reports mean nothing to anyone outside the small academic sphere. A group of academics is working to overcome this. How? By conducting and presenting their research in video format. All the principles of academic rigour are maintained, but the end product can be accessed at the click of a mouse and understood easily because of its clear, multi-dimensional format.

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