Founded in 1897 and built on strong values, Montpellier Business School offers French and International talents who are unique in their diversity and their backgrounds, the excellency of an internationally recognised French Grande Ecole of Management.
By choosing Montpellier Business School, you're choosing to become a responsible actor in a changing world.
Join a Grande Ecole of Management directly after a high school diploma
The Bachelor of International Business Administration Programme (BIBA) is an undergraduate degree (high school diploma + 3 years of high education), delivered over 3 years studies and recognised by the State (RNCP Level II), AACSB accredited and EESPIG labelled: a choice that prepares the future in one of the best European Business Schools.
AACSB, EFMD and AMBA accredited, the Grande Ecole Programme (Master in Management) of Montpellier Business School enables graduating with a Master’s grade degree. It is regularly ranked among the World Top 50 and the French Top 15.
To join the Grande Ecole Programme of Montpellier Business School means choosing to develop your talents and expertise to become an actor in a changing world.
A specialist in innovation marketing and lean management, Mathieu Gabaudan helps businesses and individuals to develop. Gabaudan has been a teacher at Montpellier Business School since 2016, and this year he is offering a class on e-reputation to first-year students in the full-time master’s programme and second-year students in apprenticeship.
Why offer a course on the concept of e-reputation ?
“Today everything happens on the internet. A person or organisation’s reputation is created through websites, forums, social media, blogs, etc., and it’s [...]
Dean of the Executive MBA programme and the RNCP level 1 certification in ‘Manager of business development or operational unit’, Magdalena François-Thurin has had a very international career, working in consulting in Hong Kong, and then for EDF, first in Bangkok, then in Beijing, and finally in Houston, where she was HR Director for North and South America. After 11 years abroad, she chose to come back to France, and specifically to Montpellier, where she is originally from, to join Montpellier [...]
On Monday, 9 October, the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to American Richard H. Thaler, a professor at the University of Chicago, for his work on the psychological and social mechanisms involved in consumer and investor decision-making. His work studies how certain human characteristics and social preferences limit the rationality epitomised in the concept of homo economicus. Montpellier Business School professor Laurie Balbo, who for several years has taught a course on ‘Consumer behaviour and psychology’, sheds lights [...]