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SKEMA business school wins five-year accreditation, underscoring Lille Region's excellence in education

06 Jan 2015 | A region on the move

Only five years after its founding, SKEMA has earned renewed accreditation from EQUIS

SKEMA has joined the elite circle of business schools that are fully accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS)—a total of eight in France and only 69 worldwide.

The EQUIS accreditation program was created by the European Foundation for Management Development to raise the standard of management education worldwide. SKEMA'S five-year renewal recognizes the school’s unique global strategy—a rarity in higher education—and underscores both its solid business model and its international excellence.

Providing yet more proof of Lille Region's excellence in education, SKEMA outperformed international standards on 11 criteria, including governance, international strategy, international attractiveness and financial structure.

 

Source: www.skema-bs.fr

 

 

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