École supérieure de commerce et management

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Ecole Supérieure de Commerce Et Management
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Motto Intégrité - Engagement - Curiosité - Humilité
Established 1998 [1]
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 2'600 business students. ESCEM awards around 15 different qualifications from 2 year degrees to Masters level degrees.[2]

Created in April 1998, ESCEM is the result of a merger between two business schools: ESC Tours and ESC Poitiers.[3] Since the merger the ESCEM School of Business and Management has doubled its staff and its amenities. ESCEM has the AACSB accreditation.[4] In 2012, it in turn merged into France Business School [5] [6]

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:[7]
    • 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[8][9]
  • 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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