Published on 11/30/2015
The NEOMA Business School CESEM programme, recognised for its bicultural curriculum, is launching a twelfth track. From now on, it offers students the possibility of studying in Canada. The will be able to head off to the Goodman School of Business, at Brock University. The track will be launched in 2016-2017, and the first students will leave for Canada in 2018-2019.
This will be the first Canadian track that the programme has offered. The Canadian university will host CESEM students for the two years that they have to spend abroad to obtain their double-diploma. The new Franco-Canadian track will offer places to 20 students.
The Goodman School of Business is a well-recognised institution in Canada, with AACSB accreditation. As for Brock University, which the Business School is part of, has been a partner of our School for many years, notably through academic exchanges for students from our Grande Ecole and BSc in International Business programmes. “We are particularly delighted to offer our students this new Franco-Canadian track, as Canada is recognised as a high-quality destination for university students,” stresses Jane MacKinnon, Director of CESEM. “Canada’s economic dynamism will offer our graduates excellent career opportunities, notably through the close relationships the Goodman School of Business maintains with firms in the region, especially the banking sector in nearby Toronto.”
This partnership is also an opportunity for our School to strengthen its already close links with Brock University.
To know more about CESEM
CESEM uses the SESAME entrance exam.
Find out more: http://www.concours-sesame.net/ecoles/cesem-neoma-business-school/