The Bachelor’s degree of MBS was awarded the "Grade de Licence", an additional guarantee of quality
High school students now have a new benchmark when choosing a course on Parcoursup: the “Grade de Licence” (equivalent to the Bachelor’s Degree) has been awarded to the MBS Bachelor’s program.
Only 15 state-approved Bachelors from management schools have obtained this recognition issued by the State. They all meet the highest standards of academic quality, professionalization, social openness, internationalization and contribution to the local economy.
The “Grade de Licence”: a new benchmark for high school students
“The “Bachelor’s degree” is an additional recognition of the quality of the training,” explains Dr. Oussama Ammar, Director of Programs at MBS. “It complements the visa, which is a proof of the academic level guaranteed by the State, and reinforces the choice of high school students who are looking for a high level training that will help them join the job market or continue their studies. “Only 15 schools have received a positive opinion out of the 35 applications evaluated by the CEFDG (Commission for the evaluation of management training and diplomas).
The requirements for obtaining the “Bachelor Degree” are more demanding than those for the State Visa. “The CEFDG’s standards include an in-depth evaluation of the quality and the configuration of the teaching staff as well as the level of internationalization of the curriculum. The prerequisites also include an assessment of the school’s policy of social openness and its proximity to companies. These are two the MBS Bachelor’s degree major strengths, as the CEFDG has emphasized. “Dr. Oussama Ammar added.
MBS, which is the leading Grande Ecole of Management in France in terms of the number of vocational students (pursuing a work-study programme), is developing a unique diversity policy both in terms of the number of students involved and their professional success. This driver for equal opportunities also guarantees the marketability of the graduates, with an employment rate of 97% among young graduates.
The MBS Bachelor’s degree: a post-baccalaureate diploma that maximizes employment opportunities during the crisis
The visa and the new “Grade de licence” of the MBS Bachelor’s degree allow graduates to pursue a
Master’s degree either at the university, or in a course leading to a Master’s degree in any business school (Grande Ecole Program), or within the MBS fast-track program to join one of the 5 specialised MSc’s of Montpellier Business School.
To learn more about the MBS Bachelor’s degree, don’t miss these two 100% digital events:
- The Course Guidance Week (Semaine de l’Orientation) for high school students and high school graduates by MBS from January 25th to 29th
- The Open Day (Journée Portes Ouvertes) on February 6th.