SKEMA aims to be the global business school, located on four continents with a unique international strategy, training management leaders in the knowledge economy.
Who are our students
Global knowledge economy talents. Students and participants prepared for multicultural working, able to manage diversity in all contexts (cultural, social and societal) committed to sustainable performance, entrepreneurship and innovation.
In all parts of the world where knowledge is created – technology parks with academic knowledge and management practice crossfertilisation, places of innovation, fast-growing regions (South America, Asia, Europe, Africa).
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at SKEMA Business School!
Over 65 student clubs to:
SKEMA takes care to nurture and prioritise this exciting and rewarding part of student life.
At SKEMA, you will be able to enjoy the energy and enthusiasm of over 65 different student societies and clubs which are funded by SKEMA, the Student Union and sponsors. Members of these societies and clubs take on real responsibility which is often transferable and relevant to their careers. Above all, these societies are an opportunity to live life to the fullest and share in unforgettable experiences while creating friendships.
Fields: art, culture, communication, business, environment, humanitarian and social aid, high tech, sport, student life, international
Paris La Défense
The City of Lights continues to be one of the most stimulating cities in the world as a center of cultural and economic activity. At the heart of French business, intellectual and cultural life, Paris hosts millions of visitors year-round who come to marvel at the wealth of history, art and entertainment the city has to offer.
Sophia Antipolis, at the heart of the French Riviera
The French Riviera is without doubt one of the most attractive areas in France for tourism. It has lovely weather and beautiful varied landscapes, not to mention 120 km of Mediterranean coast. It is no secret that the French Riviera attracts thousands of tourists every summer. 3900 events are held here every year its all part of the Côte dAzur.
Lille, the hub of Europe
The Nord-Pas de Calais region is the youngest and most highly populated region of France.
Lille is the biggest and the most thriving student city outside Paris. Northern France offers a dynamic business environment and hosts the largest number of headquarters of leading companies after Paris.
Suzhou has been called the Venice of the East because of its many canals, beautiful natural environment and traditional gardens. However, this ancient city is one of the most advanced centres of technology across the globe; it is home to 118 of the top 500 companies in the world.
Establishing a campus in Raleigh, a gateway to the leading high-tech cluster in the US is no coincidence. In addition to its economic opportunities, offered by the first US technopark, North Carolina is home to many universities (16 in total) as well as an exceptional quality of life for students. At the heart of the Centennial campus, SKEMA Business School has around 30,000 square feet (2500 m2) for its students, who will be able to interact with American and international students.
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Belo Horizonte is the capital of Minas Gerais State, which takes its name from its location close to the mountains and at the heart of Brazils mining region. Covering an area of 588,000 km², the region is larger than countries such as Sweden or Spain. It has 20 million inhabitants in 853 municipalities. The GDP of the state accounts for 10% of Brazils GDP.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.