12 December 2022
EM Normandie’s Bachelor International Management joins the top 3 in the Challenges 2023 3-year Bachelor’s degree rankings
EM Normandie’s Bachelor International Management has made it to the top 3 in the Challenges 2023 rankings for 3-year Bachelor’s degrees, moving up 5 places compared to last year’s placing
The Bachelor International Management was ranked in 3rd position in the Challenges 2023 rankings for 3-year Bachelor’s degrees and is now among the top French degree programmes, moving up 5 places compared to the 2022 awards.
Highly business-oriented, largely due to the work-study programme offered in the third year, and with an international focus, this is a demanding programme, awarding a state-recognised 3-year post-baccalaureate (level 6) degree at campuses based in Le Havre and Paris (third year work-study programmes available). Students can also choose to study at the Dublin or Dubai campuses in their second year or arrange an exchange or double degree at a partner university (in their second or third year).
Graduates from this programme either enter the professional workforce directly or, more often than not, continue to study to Master’s level.
Ranking is determined based on five criteria: school accreditations, entry requirements, proportion of students obtaining “good” and “very good” grades, starting salary after graduation and school budget.
Read more about the Challenges 2023 Business School rankings
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