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We are taking steps to develop accessibility to higher education for all. Respect for others represents one of our core values and is central in the training of our students for their future role as business leaders.

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Remote classes using telepresence robots: NEOMA extend its range of equipement

Equal access to training is a key NEOMA commitment. The School has recently acquired two new telepresence robots for use by vulnerable students obliged to attend their classes online. Read more

Gender equality, workshops for female students to negotiate their 1st salary

Initiated by the Diversity Commission of the School’s CSR Committee, the “Talent & Career” department sets up workshops for Master in Management final year female students, adressing the different stages of negotiating the first salary. Read more

Prépa’Rémois takes secondary school students to discover VILLAGE BY CA

As part of the Cordées de la Réussite programme, and in cooperation with the Corporate Relations Department at NEOMA, twenty secondary school students belonging to the PHARES programme enjoyed a visit to VILLAGE BY CA in Reims, on 24 October to explore the subject of entrepreneurship. Read more


is an international network of student associations formed after the gender equality solidarity campaign launched in 2014 by UN Women. Created in 2016, HeForShe NEOMA BS Reims, currently has 54 members and works throughout the year on gender quality initiatives based on three areas of focus: diversity, inclusion and goodwill.
The association carries out various actions that raise awareness: conferences such as “Women and Professions in Finance, get started!” where professionals discuss their experiences to promote career paths for women and show female students that they can dream big; periodic collections of products for women and immigrants in the region who live in precarious situations; workshops with young secondary school students for the fight against gender stereotypes; and “Where is Angela”, a programme against sexual harassment and sexism in partnership with establishments where women can request assistance if they feel that they are in an insecure situation.

Our students looking to change how people view disability and higher education

NEOMA students participate in the Tous Hanscène video competition, which aims to encourage young people with disabilities to go into higher education. Read more

Fighting gender stereotypes: the action of NEOMA student societies

On 8 March 2020, International Women’s Day, NEOMA students, led by two of the School’s student societies, committed to a leading topic in society: the fight against gender stereotypes. Prépa’Rémois and He For She, two NEOMA student societies, have come together to lead this initiative for a young audience of school students. Read more

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Reims campus

Diversity Project Manager

03 26 77 55 60
Virginie MILAIRE
Rouen Campus

Diversity Project Manager

02 32 82 16 83