SKEMA was founded in 2009 as a result of the merger between the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce, Lille and CERAM Business School, Sophia Antipolis. The Lille school had been founded in 1892 and CERAM in 1963.
With more than 100 researchers, SKEMA has an international dimension, and its research has led to major innovations in the field of management science. Four research centres make up the laboratory:
The mission of the Career Centre at SKEMA Business School is to create, manage and develop a relationship between the school and enterprises which will benefit students, graduates and the enterprises themselves.
The priority is to provide a range of opportunities for dialogue between students, graduates and recruiters about issues of common interest, career opportunities and especially about effective recruitment.
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Is important to take care of accommodation as soon as possible as there is a very high demand for student housing in Paris, that’s why it is difficult to find a place to live.
SKEMA Business School accompanies its future and current students in their accommodation search via its Housing Service,
The campuses are situated in science hubs or recognised business centres where vital synergies among companies develop innovation and create the techniques of the future.
SKEMA campuses all have the same objectives: to offer students multicultural exposure combining academic life with international professional experience.
The multi-campus structure is a laboratory that works to the advantage of both companies and students. It means that we can be in close collaboration with our economic environment and that of international higher education.
SKEMA has AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditations. Most programmes also have CGE accreditation.