Concordia, a new prestigious double degree for CESEM
Published on 03 March 2022 by NEOMA
- School life
NEOMA and the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal have just signed a double degree agreement for CESEM students, giving them the opportunity to spend two years studying in France and two years in Canada.
NEOMA and John Molson School of Business have been welcoming one another’s students on academic exchange for the past 16 years. The new agreement signed remotely on February 24th makes the double degree partnership official, and transfers the partnership between the two schools to a new level.
Concordia University has an excellent academic reputation being ranked amongst the top 5 Canadian business schools and AACSB accredited. CESEM students will benefit from a programme that begins with the development of the fundamentals of management in a cross-cultural context and an understanding of contemporary geopolitical issues, before they go on to study international business in Canada.
“Carrying out internships, both in France and in Canada, will complement this curriculum, allowing our students to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in International Business (awarded by CESEM) and a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Concordia. We are very proud to announce this new partnership,” says Frédéric Beaumont, Director of CESEM.
After graduation, students will have the possibility to start working in Canada for 2 years or to pursue their studies on a Master’s degree programme at a top business school or university around the world.