École supérieure de commerce et management

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Ecole Supérieure de Commerce Et Management
Escem.jpg
Motto Intégrité - Engagement - Curiosité - Humilité
Established 1998
Type Grande Ecole
Students 2,800
Location 47°21′53″N 0°42′16″E / 47.36472°N 0.70444°E / 47.36472; 0.70444Coordinates: 47°21′53″N 0°42′16″E / 47.36472°N 0.70444°E / 47.36472; 0.70444(Tour)
46°34′51″N 0°20′35″E / 46.58083°N 0.34306°E / 46.58083; 0.34306(Poitiers)
Affiliations AACSB
Website [1]
One of ESCEM's buildings in Tours.

The ESCEM School of Business and Management is a business school in France. With a yearly enrolment of about 2000 business students. ESCEM awards around 15 different qualifications from 2 year degrees to Masters level degrees.

Created in April 1998, ESCEM is the result of a merger between two business schools: ESC Tours and ESC Poitiers. Since the merger the ESCEM School of Business and Management has doubled its staff and its amenities. ESCEM has the AACSB accreditation. In 2012, it in turn merged into France Business School [1] [2]

Degrees[edit]

Initial Studies[edit]

  • ESCEM's Bachelor in Management [2]
  • ESCEM's Bachelor of Arts in International Business (BAIB)[3]
  • ESCEM's Master in Management [4]: Two years program (Master 1 and 2)taught in English or in French
  • Dual award programs in collaboration with Greenwich University entirely taught in English:[3]
    • International Marketing Communications Program [5]
    • International Finance Program [6]
    • International Business Program [7]
  • Single award program taught in English and/or in French
    • International Management Program [8]
  • Dual award programs in collaboration with the University of Poitiers[4][5]
  • Dual award programs in collaboration with Sherbrook University

Continued education[edit]

  • Executive MBA
  • International MBA (I.MBA)
  • Master Management : ESC Perspective - ESC GE
  • Mastère in Business (MiB)

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