PSB joins forces with 6 foreign universities to show its students new teaching methods and cultures. The school is also strengthening an old partnership.
6 new associations
PSB’s international relations strategy is placed under the sign of novelty for the 2022-2023 academic year:
– Signature of an Erasmus+ agreement with Koç University (Turkey), the only triple-accredited university (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA) in the country. Thanks to this partnership, PSB students will be able to go on exchange to Turkey during their studies. Koç University students will also be received on the Paris School of Business campus.
– Signature of a degree agreement with the University of Technology Sydney (Australia). PGE3 students will be able to obtain a Bachelor of Business from 2023.
– Signature of an exchange agreement with the University of Glasgow (Scotland)a triple-accredited university (top 150 in the Shanghai ranking).
– Signing of an exchange agreement with University College Dublin (Ireland)the second best university in the country.
– Signature of an exchange agreement with the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (USA), 49th university in the Shanghai ranking. This partnership will make it possible to send and receive exchange students. The majority of PSB students will take part in courses at the Gies College of Business, but will have the possibility of receiving lessons from other faculties.
– Signature of a partnership with Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania (USA). From January 2023, PSB will welcome students from the Wharton School of Business for one semester to take courses in the BBA and PGE programs.
An old strengthened partnership
PSB and the University of Westminster (UK) have strengthened their partnership signed in 2010 in renewing the degree agreement and in offering an additional degree. This new agreement allows PSB students to access the final year of the Business Administration specializing in Business Management and Business Administration specializing in International Trade and Business courses at the University of Westminster.
The recent appointment of Rabih Haddad as Director of International Relations and the signing of these new partnerships with these establishments mark the ambition of Paris School of Business to strengthen its international links. The aim is to allow students to benefit from a course abroad solid and consistent. They will then have opportunities to acquire multicultural experience, build a solid network abroad and prepare for their future international career.