Going international at the core of the pedagogical project
Going international is the primary concern of companies worldwide. It is also the skill most looked-for by recruiters for the employment of young graduates in Morocco (according to study conducted by Emlyon on a sample of 12500 job offers published between January and July 2016).
Both today’s and tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and leaders should be able to guide and lead teams in a massively interconnected and rapidly changing world. Emlyon business school prepares its students for this by offering them a real international experience. They have access to study and internship opportunities all over the world and can benefit from our multicultural campuses where more than 80 different nationalities are gathered.
A multicultural Casablanca campus
emlyon buiness school Casablanca campus is truly international. In addition to receiving students from different African countries, the campus also annually hosts: students from other emlyon campuses, students in academic exchange from our international partners in Europe, America or Asia or students within the summer session programs.
Just one year after its creation, the campus has already hosted more than 10 different nationalities. Students from other countries will be invited to join the campus thanks to the implementation of the Global BBA full English track in the upcoming academic year 2017- 2018.
Triple international accreditation obtained since 2005 thus placing emlyon business school in the best 1% business schools in the world and consequently giving its degrees a worldwide recognition.
181 international exchange agreements with major academic institutions in more than 40 countries are offered in our various programs.
World Entrepreneurship Forum
A major event, founded and organized by emlyon business school worldwide, is recognized as the most important think-tank that is dedicated to entrepreneurship.
Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum (JWEF)
It offers students the opportunity to meet,interchange and discuss issues related to entrepreneurship with more than 10,000 students worldwide.