Telecom Ecole de Management is a public business school in the French Grande Ecole tradition. Founded in 1979, the School operates under the auspices of the Ministry for the Economy, Industry and Finance. For over 30 years, the School has been recognized for its dual expertise in management and information andcommunication technologies (ICT).
It proposes a complete program offering, from undergraduate to doctorate, all meeting international standards:
Nowadays, the new media convergence landline vs mobile, media vs telecoms and the web 2.0's frame our society. Those evolutions and innovations challenge social relations as well as they enhance social networks.
Looking at those changes, Télécom Ecole de Management's research is outstanding. Its expertise in economics, management, social and human sciences explores the ICT's market trends, economical, managerial and social involvements challenging debates on digital issues.
The School is among the top 10 management schools in France when comparing the level of salaries earned upon graduation.
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Located on the university campus of Telecom Ecole de Management and Telecom SudParis, a 15-minute walk from Evry city center and the RER railway station, the MAISEL (Maison des Elèves) welcomes you to a green campus covering five hectares. You will find all the support services nearby: shopping mall, restaurants, cinemas...
5 language centres and 32 computer rooms
Telecom Business School’s campus covers six hectares and is only 35km south of Paris. The School shares its campus with Telecom SudParis, its sister engineering school. The campus has many open spaces, offering a multitude of activities and secured entrances/exits.
gymnasium, 3 tennis courts, a basketball court, a soccer/rugby field, a work-out room and a beach volley court
Over 60 student associations and clubs exist on campus. Shared with Telecom SudParis, student associations and clubs cover a wide range of activities: sports, culture, entertainment, economics, charities, science/technology ... Student government (the BDE (Bureau des Elèves) in French), is responsible for managing all student associations and clubs. Its budget is the fourth highest in all of France.
The admission and settlement processes were really easy with the help of the International Office. The campus was quite rich in terms of social facilities and events, but this can't be said for the daily life needs. The lecturers were well-trained and knowledgeable and the classes were interesting. It was totally a worthwhile experience.