France is often referred to as the finest destination for international students, and studying in Paris is certainly an experience many students wish to have, for good reasons.
Spending time in another country gives you the opportunity to discover a new culture, to learn a new language, to meet people from all over the world, and mostly to grow as an adult. It is also an attractive part of your resum, as it demonstrates your ability to adapt to a whole new environment and culture. We tell you why studying in Paris will boost your CV.
Paris, A Multicultural World
Paris is probably one of the most multicultural cities in the world. The diversity you will find there will lead you from Chinatown in the 13th to La Goutte d’Or in the 18th, through Jewish and African areas, and many more cultures and discoveries.
Also, business and management schools such as Paris School of Business welcome international students every year, making them multicultural places filled with cultures themselves. Here at Paris School of Business, 25% of the students have an international profile with over 107 nationalities represented.
If you are lucky enough to go study in Paris, try to make the most of it. This experience will both open your mind with the countless opportunities it will bring to you and extend your circle by way of encounters and exchanges, which will ultimately be a strong aspect of your CV and become a strength in your professional and personal life in general.
A Wide Choice of Programs
Most business and management schools offer a variety of programs to their international students. Whether you’re interested in an Master of Science (such as arts & cultural management, international finance, luxury and fashion management, etc.), a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Master of Business Administration or a Doctorate of Business Administration, Paris School of Business offers to its international students a wide range of programs in both English and French with a selection of specializations.
As you will discover a new country, a new city and everything it has to offer, you will also be immersed in a very different education system. When studying in Paris in a school like Paris School of Business, you can benefit from the best educational support and learning methods France has to offer. You might even have the opportunity to study a new subject that may not be available in your home school.
Paris School of Business has been awarded with the international AACSB accreditation for a period of 5 years. This highly prestigious accreditation procedure determines the excellence of a school, the relevance of its strategy, the qualification of the Faculty, the quality of the programs and the support provided to students, as well as the ability to innovate and improve its programs.
The International MBA at Paris School of Business received the British AMBA accreditation, delivered by the Association of MBAs. Its criteria of evaluation are mostly based on the strategy and identity of the school, the quality of the Faculty, research and content of the program, as well as the quality of the pedagogical method.
Paris School of Business has also been awarded with the EPAS accreditation, delivered by the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development). It assesses the quality of the programs, development strategy and reputation of the school, among other things.
In 2020, Paris School of Business also received the international BGA accreditation, becoming the first grande école to be awarded with it. It assesses the quality of the school as a whole and not of a specific program.
Studying in Paris is a wonderful experience that will bring you opportunities both on the personal and professional side and that will certainly boost your CV as well. Spending some time abroad is the perfect chance to surpass yourself and to stack all the odds in your favor as far as your professional life is concerned.
More questions about our international programs? Paris School of Business is happy to answer them, so don’t hesitate to contact us.
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