NEOMA Business School has always been a strong proponent of a highly immersive approach at an international level. We believe that having students spend time abroad at a partner institution known for academic excellence is the key for a successful multicultural and immersive experience.
A strategy in five key points
A few partners among the best in the world
A multicultural environment on our campuses
Students representing 100 nationalities
International exposure is a key component of the NEOMA experience, which also takes place on our campuses. Each year, more than one thousand students from our academic partners come to the NEOMA campuses for short- or long-term exchanges and contribute their multicultural diversity to our school’s environment.
72% of professors from international backgrounds
NEOMA professors come from the best universities throughout the world. Their pedagogic insights and contributions, their publishing prowess in the most acclaimed academic journals, their close connections to companies and of course the international dimension of their backgrounds further reinforce the school’s excellent research, its high-quality teaching and its reach and influence.
Our graduates in 127 countries
Twenty-five percent of NEOMA graduates work outside France in more than one hundred and twenty-seven countries. In the graduate association, NEOMA Alumni, the graduates are involved in a hundred international branches. They organise meetings throughout the world, connecting students, companies and other alumni. This powerful, dynamic network based abroad is a valuable advantage in any circumstance, particularly in times of crisis. From the start of the Covid pandemic, the international community of NEOMA alumni has taken action and worked together to support students.
NEOMA Confucius Institute for Business
As the first business-oriented Confucius Institute opening in France in 2014, and the seventh in the world, NEOMA Confucius Institute for Business is a meeting place and a platform focused on strengthening Franco-Chinese economic relations. The institute promotes the Chinese language and culture and develops solutions to support companies in expanding their activities in China. Labelled by the HANBAN (Office of the Commission for the international diffusion of the Chinese language), it is the product of a collaboration between NEOMA Business School and the prestigious Nankai University, located in Tianjin. NEOMA Confucius Institute for Business also receives support from the Haute-Normandie region and the Rouen Normandie Metropole.
Our representative offices abroad
NEOMA supports its international ambition through a network of international representative offices in China, India and Latin America. These local branches strengthen our local presence among applicants, students and graduates and seek to develop new synergies with local companies as well as French companies based in these countries.
- 400 partner universities in 61 countries
- 88% of partners with accreditation
- 30% international students
- 100 different nationalities
- 72% international professors and researchers
- 36 nationalities in the faculty
- 86% of articles published in international journals