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.
The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) has just awarded EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) accreditation to Montpellier Business School (MBS). Already accredited by AACSB and AMBA, the School joins the very small circle of the 1% of worldwide Business Schools holding the "triple crown".
Montpellier Business School thus becomes the 14th French triple accredited post-preparatory class management school (AACSB / AMBA / EQUIS), the 91st amongst about 14,000 business schools worldwide.
Accreditation is the result of a long and rigorous review [...]
Rahel and Alexandro arrived in Montpellier at the end of August and are our new laureates of the International Excellence Scholarships, both joined the PGE2 English course. After 3 weeks of intensive French and a period of adaptation, they are now well integrated and have started lessons.
Originally from Indonesia, Rahel holds a Bachelor of International Affairs from Bandung University, which she completed with her first professional experience as a media analyst in a public relations agency in Jakarta. Rahe [...]
The integration of ecological and societal issues has been at the heart of Montpellier Business School's strategy for many years.
Montpellier Business School is associated with the “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles” and endorses the forum of the French Student Network for Sustainable Development (REFEDD) which calls for a better integration of climate and social issues into the strategy of higher education institutions.
Montpellier Business School (MBS) supports this collective initiative, which is in full adequacy with the foundations of the school, its [...]
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a reference organization for its international ranking of universities, has just published its 2020 list of the best Masters in Management, Marketing and Global Finance.
This ranking takes into account five main criteria that are the employability of graduates, the diversity of students and teaching staff, intellectual leadership, the return on investment of training and the salaries of graduates.
For the second year in a row, Montpellier Business School's Grande Ecole program has a score of 100/100 in Diversity [...]
A theme that echoes the founding values of Montpellier Business School
Since September the 3rd, the 6th edition of Start-Up week is in full swing at the Montpellier Business School campus. This team-based Business Game brings each week, and until September 20th, the 900 final year students of the Grande Ecole Program to the challenge of starting a business.
For this second week of challenge, Private Sport Shop was guiding students through the complex sports market. Yannick Léouffre explained to the graduating [...]
For nearly 12 years, the Montpellier Business School Foundation for Equal Opportunities, under the auspices of the “Fondation de France”, has raised funds to support Montpellier Business School's social policy. Thanks to sponsors and donor companies, more than 400 students were able to benefit from aid totalling more than 15 million euros.
Helping each student to achieve success regardless of his family and financial situation
The Scholarship Ceremony will take place at Montpellier Business School on November 21st. This event celebrates the [...]
At the beginning of every school year, curiosity, unknown and new projects jostle in the head of all students, but the fear of failure can be an obstacle to taking initiative. This Tuesday, September 10th was therefore the ideal day to lift these potential brakes and welcome in the premises of Montpellier Business School Philippe CROIZON. Philippe is a former worker who became adventurer and athlete after he lost all his members. He came to share his story with the [...]
Start-Up Week is back on the campus of Montpellier Business School for a 6th edition. Until September 20th, this team-based Business Game challenges each week the 900 final year students of the Grande Ecole Program to start a business.
Supervised by a dozen expert coaches, the 127 teams are trying to reinvent this year the companies of the sports sector. A small novelty of this edition, the sport theme is divided into 3 sub-segments of the market to renew the challenge [...]
I discover the city and choose the activities that suit me
Whatever the season, Montpellier is a city in perpetual motion. Whether it is in Montpellier Business School, the associations or the city, there are so many gatherings that it is sometimes difficult to choose amongst all the activities and events on offer.
On campus, the BDE and associations can show the students around. In the city, some very good tour guides are available to help you discover the city in summertime.
Professional reconversion: a phenomenon democratized by Millennials
According to Hays, nearly one in three people who have passed the professional conversion course are from the Y and Z generations, born in the 1980s and also known as Millennials. In addition, 22% of people aged from 20 to 29 have changed jobs between 2010 and 2015. This young generation of executives seems more flexible and sees itself evolve in different areas during their career.
Joylita Pelé, a Bachelor's degree graduate, did just that [...]
International dimension and empathy are the heart of this project
Raphaël Auternaud, a 2016 graduate of the Grande Ecole program specialized in International Business, has built his career around international and human contact. "After graduating, I had the opportunity to grow as a product manager." explains Raphaël. “A year later, I felt too far from reality and everyday life. So I decided to take a year to travel and make my own opinion of the world around me. "
After a year [...]
At the start of the next academic year, Strat Me Up will be back for a brand new edition and will again mobilize students in the last year of the Grande Ecole Program as well as students of the Montpellier Business School Masters of Science courses who have more international expertise; it will be the opportunity to rediscover this free program specifically designed to help companies.
A free strategic diagnosis resulting in concrete recommendations
Every year, Strat Me Up recruits regional and [...]