At the start of 2023, Paris Business School has just announced the signing of seven new partnerships with foreign universities. These various agreements were signed in order to allow students to be exposed to different cultures and teaching methods. They will particularly benefit Grande Ecole students who are on an international exchange period.
PSB’s new partnership goals
By signing these new partnerships with foreign universities, Paris Business School tends to strengthen its international links. The aim of the Paris Business School is to allow its students to benefit from a strong international track integrated into their academic curriculum. This opportunity will give them the chance to build a network abroad while preparing for their international career.
7 new international partners of PSB
PSB renews long-standing partnership
The University of Westminster in the UK and PSB renewed their partnership signed in 2010. This new agreement includes an additional degree. Thus, during the final year of their studies, PSB students will have access to Business Administration courses in Business Administration and Business Administration courses in International Trade and Business.
6 new partnerships have been signed by PSB
Rabih Haddad, who was recently appointed Director of International Relations, also entered into 6 new partnerships for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Of these partnerships, 3 of them are new exchange agreements. PSB has signed exchange agreements with the University of Glasgow, University College Dublin and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. These partners will allow students from PSB and these universities to make an exchange in Anglophone or Francophone countries during their study years.
PSB signed an Erasmus+ agreement with Koç University. This partnership will give students the opportunity to go to Turkey, at the only triple accredited university (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA) in the country. Turkish students will also have the opportunity to come and study in Paris.
Paris Business School has signed a degree agreement with the University of Technology Sydney. Hence, PGE3 students will have the possibility of obtaining a Bachelor of Business Administration in this school, from 2023.
Finally, PSB announced the signing of a partnership with the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. From January 2023, the Parisian school will welcome American students for a semester to pursue BBA and PGE courses.
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