Unique global business synergies
An unrivalled experience
EDHEC spends more than 20% of its resources on research – the core of its business model. Businesses and value creators benefit directly from research centres’ contribution, which guides major institutions in their global business.
Students are continuously exposed to EDHEC’s research, which is folded into effective learning experiences. They can also leverage the global knowledge shared by experts across the vast EDHEC community through the EDHEC Vox magazine and blog. This environment aims to foster the critical thinking, employability and expertise for which EDHEC is renowned.
6 Research Centres: EDHEC Economics, EDHEC Family Business, EDHEC Infrastructure, EDHEC-Risk, EDHEC Value Creation, & LegalEDHEC.
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International Students Office
The International Students Office assists students in finding suitable accommodation on or off-campus.
The EDHEC Digital Library grants access 24/7 to an exceptional wealth of information and online resources: over 70,000 e-books, journals and reviews and student dissertations. It also enables remote access to over 50 specialised databases. EDHEC specifically subscribes to the Wharton Research Data Services/Wharton and Science Direct databases.
Computer and internet access is offered.
Also, the EDHEC resource portal – MyEDHEC: Intended for students, MyEDHEC pools together all information required for the educational process and student life. MyEDHEC specifically provides access to course content, timetables, internal rules, internship agreements and offers, university partners abroad and support solutions.
Medical cover can be offered to students in various forms. Preventive measures, including:
As well as care including:
The Lille Campus offers its students 3,200 m² of sports facilities, including a swimming pool, a sports hall, a dance studio, a squash court and a gym. Everyone can practise the sport they love: over 20 sporting disciplines are on offer, including weekly training sessions led by qualified teachers. These facilities are open to the School’s students and also to staff, who can therefore take part in their favourite sport as a leisure activity outside lecture hours.
Even though its campus is located in the city centre, Nice also offers sports facilities, including a dojo, a dance studio and a gym. In addition, the campus has formed many partnerships with sports clubs in the area.
EDHEC’s strong commitment to its on-campus voluntary organisations stands out. Initiatives backed by the students, which form an integral part of its educational programme, are a direct expression of the School’s values, and a strong driver for developing a spirit of enterprise. The student organisations, which cover a wide range of interests and enable everyone to find something for them, provide a unique opportunity to acquire experience, work in a team and put your talents and sense of leadership into practice.
Over 80 students organisations in:
Out of 14,000 establishments worldwide, EDHEC is one of just 89 business schools having the EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA Triple Crown Accreditation. Moreover, EDHEC is one of the world’s first business schools to have been awarded the two foremost international accreditations, EQUIS and AACSB, for its activities. These international accreditations recognize the academic excellence of its programmes, the quality of its teaching faculty, its close links with businesses, and the involvement of the EDHEC Business School in the economic environment of its campuses.
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I graduated from MBA in Nice. That was a solid experience with a 32 international minds.
I really like my school, how diverse and international it is... most, if not all of our classes are very interesting and very useful in the future
The school is very demanding but very innovative in its way and with a wide variety of courses to choose. People are very friendly if you try to speak french and to participate in activities. Anyway when I was there (2016) the school's international association was not that active. I would therefore recommend it as a nice way to know a new particular culture and live great...