Over the last five years, PSB Paris School of Business has taken a series of measures to become one of the leading post-bac business schools in France (Ranked 1st post-bac business school in the following rankings: L'Etudiant, le Figaro, Challenges, Le Nouvel Observateur and SMBG).
During this time, the number of applications has tripled and the student body is now made up of 2800 students.
In 2009, PSB Paris School of Business joined the Conférence de Grandes Ecoles, and this was closely followed by the renewal of its authorization to confer the French Master degree (Grade de Master) in 2011. The renewal was approved for a period of 4 years which is the longest duration awarded to an independent school.
The key to our success is our student-centric approach to teaching, where professors are facilitators and partners in their students’ learning.
The dedication of our 80 tenured professors, 150 experts and entire administration team goes beyond academic training as it impacts each one of our graduates in terms of awareness, identity and personal growth.
The School’s motto Acting Beyond Knowledge is the perfect way to express the schools values. Emphasis is placed firstly on personal development such as interpersonal skills, leadership abilities and entrepreneurial spirit (through student association activities which are degree course requirements). Secondly, on the desire to innovate (thanks to the launch of 7 specializations in 4 years). And finally, we place importance on adaptability (through various international experiences).
Every year, 600 students embark upon their international experience thanks to our partner universities in 30 different countries with some double degrees offered.
The School’s success would not exist without the dedication and hard work of the entire school community.
This community includes all of those who contribute on a daily basis in extending the school’s excellence, academically and beyond:
- partner companies
- students through the Students’ Association
- alumni thanks to the development of close ties between the school and its graduates
- media partnerships that relay the scientific contributions of our professors and the work of our students.
PSB Paris School of Business is a member of the Studialis - Galileo Global Education network, the leading higher education group in France and Europe.
PSB Paris School of Business is a member of the Studialis – Galileo Global Education network. The Studialis – Galileo Global Education group brings together 47 higher education institutes across seven different countries around the globe.
The group is dedicated to providing high-quality education and passing on unique know-how in the fields of business, management, communication, web, finance, art, culture, cinema, HR, advertising and many more!
The Studialis network gives you:
- A guaranteed level of academic excellence proven by our schools’ global ranking and outstanding reputation.
- The largest European network of company partnerships to facilitate the successful professional insertion of graduates.
- Dedicated staff and professors to support you as you define and pursue your career.
- Interdisciplinary schools within the group provide you with diverse and flexible options during your studies, all whilst enhancing your employability.
- Internationalization of our programs in France on our campuses which bring together students from all four corners of the globe, and abroad with our various international partners.
By joining a school in the leading higher education group in Europe, you are deciding to give yourself the best chance of obtaining a quality academic degree and becoming a competitive candidate in today’s global job market.
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PSB Paris School of Business is an active partner and member of national and international institutions. This allows the management team and tenured professors to participate in reflection work which in turn benefits the school in delivering best practices in teaching and research.
Our French Academic Partners
Conférence des Grandes Ecoles: Membership in this community of excellence commits PSB Paris School of Business to develop and share best practices in teaching and research.
The Academy for Entrepreneurship and Innovation was created by teachers and professors from various institutions (universities, secondary schools, business and engineering schools…) under the auspices of the FNEGE. The main aim is to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation on all levels of the education system and life-long learning.
The Financial Markets Authority is the stock market regulators in France. It is an independent public body which aims to reinforce the efficacity and visibility of regulation in France and maintain orderly financial markets.
CréaJ-IDF is a student entrepreneurship cluster certified by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Labour. CréaJ-IDF contributes to the development of young entrepreneurs through training and advisory support.
The National Foundation for Business Management Education was created in 1968 by the French government and corporations. Its original mission was to develop higher education in business in order to close the gap in the teaching and practice of management standards in France. In recent years, the FNEGE has contributed greatly to the internationalisation of French management institutions. The FNEGE is a place for privileged exchange between universities, business administration institutes, Grandes Ecoles in management and businesses.
UGEI (Union of Independent Grandes Ecoles) federates some of the most prestigious private higher education institutes in France. The Union’s aim is not only to foster international relations and cooperation between Union members, but also develop education ethics and a seal of excellence for Grandes Ecoles in France.
The French Sociological Association aims to be the institution that establishes the organisation of sociologists in France. It currently has more than 1300 members grouped into some forty themed networks.
Campus Responsible is the first French network of Grandes Ecoles and French universities committed to sustainable development. It facilitates the sharing of best practices, tools and resources for use on campuses.
The New Generation Internet Foundation is a leading think tank on digital transformation. For over 10 years, the Foundation has been helping companies, institutions and territories stay ahead of technology-related changes and their uses. The results and productions generated from this new kind of think-tank are extensively recognized throughout Europe and abroad.
The Business Institute is an independent think tank which was created in 1975. Deeply rooted in today’s economic realities, the Business Institute focuses on the relationship between business and the surrounding environment. It also contributes a vast network of experts to conduct studies.
Our International Academic Partners
EFMD Network (European Foundation for Management Development) is a network of the most prestigious Grandes Ecoles, universities and businesses in Europe offering business management programs.
AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and Campus France which is an agency responsible for promoting higher education in France as well as welcoming international exchange students, researchers, experts and guests.
European Centre for Career Development & Entrepreneurship
Participating partner institutions:
EBC Hochschule Campus Berlin, Regent's University London, Paris School of Business, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan
Within the ERASMUS+ scheme we want to develop a network of European career services to share information and resources on local labour markets. We also want to train local career service staff to provide home students with optimal support when seeking employment or launching businesses within Europe. To achieve this we want to set up a series of workshops, summer schools and network meetings where knowledge is accumulated and distributed on a continual basis. All measures will be implemented under the common brand “European Centre for Career Development & Entrepreneurship” (ECCE).
We all take pride in the excellent education we offer future global leaders in the business world, but we can do more. Whilst we have strong ties in terms of study mobility cooperation, our career services operate mainly with a national or even local focus. We want to change that.
- Internationalize career services & widen their scope of international and academic cooperation
- Improve career cervices through specific training
- Improve student employability
- Enhance mobility of students, teaching and administrative staff
- Enable graduates to access different European labour markets
- Enable graduates to build businesses in different European countries
- Share local resources in order to provide a broader net of knowledge and resources to all involved students and institutions