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.
180 hours of lessons in a week given by 12 specialists from all over the world
During this International Week, students were invited to participate in 12 modules delivered by teachers-researchers from foreign universities, partners of Montpellier Business School, giving them a taste of the international academic exchange experience.
“The objective of these modules is to immerse students in the concept of inter-culturalism,” says Dr. Sandhya Sastry, Professor-researcher at the University of Northampton (England). “In this course, we start from a business [...]
In 2018, the unemployment rate of people with disabilities is 19%, while it is 9% for the total labour force. This observation underlines the importance of making companies aware of responsible recruitment for a better professional integration. Based on the values of diversity and inclusion, Montpellier Business School is committed to training future responsible recruiters, and to making the necessary adjustments to the professional development of all its employees.
Guaranteeing professional integration through access to higher education
Nadège Ortiz-Boris says: "Today, only [...]
2019 graduation ceremony replay
The Grande Ecole and Bachelor Programmes graduation ceremony has been held this Saturday 7th of December at the Zenith Sud in Montpellier. A moving and solemn moment in front of over 3500 people.
MBS offered the opportunity to those who could not come to the Zenith the chance to follow the ceremony live and on video on the Youtube page of Montpellier Business School.
But that is not all ! For even more interactions, the graduation ceremony has been [...]
Develop your soft skills and learn to express yourself in public
Last week was punctuated by the Work me up program of the Montpellier Business School Career Centre, an accompanying action whose goal is to develop students' soft skills. "Empathy, stress management, cognitive flexibility, or the ability to step back are qualities that allow today’s candidate to differentiate themselves during an interview," explains Laurence Flinois, Director of the Career Centre at Montpellier Business School.
During this program, students from the Grande Ecole [...]
The importance of sharing experience
This Tuesday, October 30th, the campus had the honour of hosting an after work organized by the Entrepreneurship Social & Inclusion Chair and the ADIE association to reveal the "Entrepreneur" talents of the region. "Hosting this type of meeting is fundamental for Montpellier Business School because it touches the school's core values of equal opportunity and social entrepreneurship," explains Bruno Ducasse, General Manager of Montpellier Business School.
For Anne Le Bissonnais, project manager for the young local [...]
The MOOC Diversity: the result of collaboration between researchers
As part of the Organizations’ Corporate Social Responsibility Day organized by IAE University of Montpellier, the MOOC Diversity: "Inclusion Diversity Inmotion" was inaugurated and marks a step forward in the training of responsible executives, able to support inclusion to maintain sustainable performance over time.
The particularity of this MOOC piloted by Dr Marion Polge from the University of Montpellier: it is the result of collaboration between teachers and researchers from several institutions. Thus, [...]
In line with the strong performance of 2017, the academic results of the Montpellier Business School faculty in 2018 confirm a sustained increase in the number and rank of scientific publications. Associate Dean for Faculty and Research, Doctor David Roubaud draws up and analyses this assessment.
2017 was already rich in publications for teachers-researchers of Montpellier Business School, what assessment can you draw from the academic results obtained in 2018?
We continue to experience a great improvement in the academic results and [...]
A 10 years commitment to inclusion
108 certified organizations met on October 21st at the Ministry of Solidarity and Health to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Diversity Label, awarded by AFNOR. This label guarantees a commitment to equal opportunities and aims to maintain and develop actions in favour of inclusion within companies.
In 2009, Montpellier Business School was the first school to join the holders by committing to a policy of continuous improvement for professional equality, both in the context of [...]
The Financial Times has just published its 2019 world rankings of the best Masters in Management, which is the international reference for Business Schools.
This ranking ranks the top 100 Masters in Management in the world, all accredited by AACSB or Equis.
MBS’s Grande Ecole Programme (MiM) ranks World ‘s 55th best Master in Management.
As last year, 25 French Programs are ranked.
MBS’s Grande Ecole Programme (MiM) ranks is ranked France’s 13th Grande Ecole Programme post-preparatory classes.
This ranking is based on two surveys [...]
MBS integrates escape gaming to bypass the limits of attention and reinforce concepts assimilation.
In the age of hyper connectivity, the attention of the new generation follows a pattern based on a succession of brief micro-tasks. "This is multitasking," says Dr. Julien GRANATA, "we are moving into the world of instantaneousness, giving the feeling of having to simultaneously treat various topics through various media”. Thus, Y and Z generation students concentrate and navigate every fifteen minutes on average from one subject [...]
An International Prize to Fight Man-Woman Inequalities in Business
Jane M. Klausman's "Women in Business" program at Zonta International was created in 1998 to encourage women to pursue a career and positions of responsibility in business. The program seeks to strengthen the voice of women in business by detecting High Potentials and encouraging them to pave the way for real changes for gender equality in the business world.
Sensitive to the fight against gender stereotypes, Fanny Hugé, a final year student of [...]