Transcontinental program: aiming for excellence
As part of the Grande Ecole program (Top 6 in France and Top 20 in Europe), the school offers a transcontinental track with six exceptional partners:
- China (Beijing): Beihang University
- U.K. (Cambridge): University of Cambridge
- Canada (Vancouver): Simon Fraser University
- U.S.A. (New York): Pace University
- U.S.A. (New York): Columbia University
- Canada (Montreal): McGill University
Morocco: a strategic partner
Grenoble Ecole de Management has been developing ties with ESCA business school for the past 15 years. This partnership has served as the foundation for the school's strategy to aid in the development of the Maghreb region and Africa in general.
According to the 2015 EdUniversal ranking, ESCA Ecole de Management is the leading business school in Morocco.
Notable achievement made possible by this partnership
- Joint higher education and continuing education programs in Morocco (MSc Human Resources, MSc Purchasing, MSc Marketing and Communications part-time and full-time, Business Manager Training, etc.)
- Exchange program for ESCA students to participate in the Grenoble Ecole de Management Grande Ecole program
- Professor exchanges
- Creation of a training hub in Casablanca for African students (INSEAM, the Euro-African Management Institute). The INSEAM was created as a result of the partnership between Grenoble Ecole de Management and ESCA. The institute trains leaders to be socially responsible and shares with them the knowledge needed to overcome specific challenges faced by African companies. The goal is to encourage the creation and growth of local companies that will also be able to expand internationally. For new developments, follow the institute on Twitter: @INSEAM_ecole.
PAPTE: Aid and Assistance Program for Developing Countries
ESC Grenoble's international partnerships help us provide our students with a multicultural learning environment. These partnerships are also part of PAPTE, which was launched by ESC Grenoble to support the economic growth of developing countries via training and exchange opportunities for students and professors. PAPTE also aims to develop collaborative research projects.