NEOMA Business School

Location in Europe, France
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City: 
Reims Cedex
Exchange Quota: 
6
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

The merger of two notable and well-developed management schools, the Reims Management School, established in 1982, and the Rouen Business School, established in 1981, formed the NEOMA Business School. Both schools have received the Triple Accreditation, consisting of EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB, which is only awarded to 59 business schools worldwide. The two schools were already long-term partners, but to prolong their sister school relation, they announced the merger of the two schools into the NEOMA Business School in September 2013. The name NEOMA arose from the fact that “NEO” means new and “MA” stands for management. The new school has over 40,000 alumni all over the world and is made up of three campuses, with its main campus in the biggest city of Northern France, Rouen. According to the 2013 Financial Times European Business School ranking, this newly established school is currently ranked 65th. Since the ranking criteria is not favorable toward newly merged schools, NEOMA plans to create a new image and work toward a top ranking in the 2014 Financial Times business school rankings.  

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