ESC Lille

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ESC Lille School of Management
Motto leadership, negotiation, responsibility, problem-solving, integrity, team spirit
Type Grande Ecole
Established 1892
Undergraduates 1800
Postgraduates 550
Location Paris-Lille, France
Affiliations EQUIS
Website www.esc-lille.com

ESC Lille is a French business school founded in 1892. It has two campuses, one in Lille and one in Paris. ESC Lille is EQUIS accredited by the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Education) and the Conference Of The Grandes Ecoles. In 2005, it was the first European business school to be accredited by Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GACPM), and is still the only PMI-accredited business school in France.[1] In July 2009 the union of Ceram Business School and ESC Lille was announced. It will create the largest French business school in terms of student numbers. The new school, named Skema Business School (School of Knowledge Economy and MAnagement), span three sites in France in Lille, Paris and Sophia Antipolis near Nice[2] and two sites in China (Suzhou) and Morocco (Casablanca).

Ranking[edit]

In 2009, the ESC Lille Grande Ecole Programme ranked 14th in the Financial Times ranking of European Masters in Management.

In 2008, the school was ranked #47 in the "European Business School ranking" of Financial Times.[citation needed]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.pmi.org/CareerDevelopment/Pages/EMEA.aspx
  2. ^ http://www.mba-channel.com/channel/article/esc-lilleceram-biggest-b-school-in-france/ MBA Channel: Merger in France

Coordinates: 50°38′14″N 3°04′24″E / 50.63722°N 3.07333°E / 50.63722; 3.07333