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Preparatory course Headteachers on the Reims campus

Published on 30 November 2021 by NEOMA

  • Master in Management

The Association of Head Teachers of High Schools offering Preparatory Courses for the ‘Grandes Ecoles’ visited the Reims campus of NEOMA on 18 and 19 November. This provided an opportunity to reaffirm the School’s attachment to this sector of excellence with a top-quality event.

 NEOMA’s links to preparatory courses

NEOMA has a close and historic link with the High Schools offering Preparatory Courses for the Grandes Ecoles, which are great advocates for the Master in Management NEOMA BS programme.

So it was quite a natural choice for the Governing Body of the Association of Headteachers of High Schools offering Preparatory Courses for the Grandes Ecoles (APLCPGE) to decide to hold their annual meeting here.

Over the space of two days, 24 headteachers of preparatory courses, from all over mainland France and even from Guadeloupe and Réunion, were able to enjoy priority discussions with several members of the School.

The Headteachers of the prep courses won over

Delphine Manceau, Dean of NEOMA, presented the latest news of the School, focussing on four areas: the graduate network, the international aspect, innovation in teaching, and research.

Members of the APLCPGE were then able to discuss the evolutions of the ‘Preparatory course – Grandes Écoles’ pathway with Céline Davesne, Associate Dean for Programmes and International Affairs, Imen Mejri, Director of the PGE, Julien Manteau, Associate Dean for Communication, Marketing and Development, and Mathieu Cotton, Director of Promotion, Recruitment and Admissions.

We felt there was great spontaneity in our discussions with the members of NEOMA and were delighted with this straightforward approach. The development dynamic of the School is also very impressive,” commented one of the participants.

And how better to close this gathering than with a convivial evening at Maison Veuve Clicquot, tasting one of the unique products of Champagne country.

Associated programme

Master in Management

With the Master in Management become a top-level business leader, capable of meeting the expectations of organisations all over the world and becoming part of their multicultural workforce.

  • Reims ou Rouen

  • 2 to 3 years

  • French or English track

  • 3-year higher education degree/4-year higher education degree

  • Full time or apprenticeship (apprenticeship track is subject to a selection process after admission) (in two years with a Master 1 or in one year with a Master 2)

  • Master's degree, "Grade de Master" / Level 7 Qualification on the RNCP (French Register of Professional Certifications) / RNCP sheet No. 22162, Master in Management

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