Dr. Imen Mejri appointed Director of the Master in Management Programme at NEOMA Business School
Published on 08 July 2020 by NEOMA
NEOMA Business School announces the appointment of Imen Mejri as Director of the Master in Management Programme as of 1 August 2020. Professor of Finance for twelve years at NEOMA, she will be in charge of the complete management of the programme.
NEOMA Business School announces the appointment of Imen Mejri as Director of the Master in Management Programme as of August 1st 2020. She has been a professor of Finance at NEOMA for twelve years and will be responsible for the complete management of the programme.
Imen Mejri holds a PhD in Management Sciences from the University of Paris I- Panthéon Sorbonne and joined NEOMA Business School in 2008 as a teacher-researcher in Finance. She conducts research on innovative corporate finance, including Crowdfunding, alternative debt and private equity, and regularly publishes on these topics. Close to the professional world, she has also worked as a finance consultant for companies.
Imen Mejri was also responsible for the Corporate Finance specialisation since 2017. She teaches and coordinates several finance courses in the Grande Ecole Programme, in particular courses within the excellence paths such as the “Consulting and Audit” path or the “Chartered Financial Analyst” (CFA) path.
“At NEOMA, we are fortunate to have a very high quality teaching staff and we wanted our Grande Ecole Programme to benefit from this expertise. We therefore chose to recruit internally with the dual objective of selecting a professor who is an expert in his or her field and who has a very good knowledge of the School,” says Delphine Manceau, Director General. “Imen Mejri’s recognised academic profile and her excellent understanding of the Master in Management as head of the Finance specialisation will be invaluable assets for the continued development of our flagship programme.
Alongside Céline Davesne, DGA Programmes and International, Imen Mejri’s mission will be structured around three main areas: strengthening pedagogical innovation to regularly develop the content and learning methods within the Master in Management, consolidating the quality approach by ensuring the excellence of the teaching provided and the diversity of the courses offered, and representing the programme to its various stakeholders. She will thus support NEOMA’s ambitious development strategy to make the PGE the symbol of the school’s innovative challenger positioning.
This appointment is part of the recent redesign of the MIM Programme. In this spirit, Imen Mejri will be in charge of implementing the key themes that now structure the programme (societal issues, the professions of tomorrow and the ecological transition), continuing its internationalisation, and supporting the deployment of new teaching methods such as peer learning.