EM Strasbourg Business School, operating within the University of Strasbourg, is the only French business school to be part of a multidisciplinary university.
The structure by which EM Strasbourg Business School operates allows us to benefit of all the advantages of an independent business school and at the same time benefit of the academic credentials and expertise of a multidisciplinary university. Moreover, we nurture prolific partnership links with such local actors as the Chamber of Commerce, local authorities and companies that are actively contributing to the school’s development, not to mention our 17,000 graduates.
EM Strasbourg Business School aims to train managers to instil their actions with meaning by considering them in the context of both their professional and personal lives. We guarantee that each graduate masters a broad range of both general and specialised knowledge and know-how. Our areas of specialisation allow students to acquire the sector-specific expertise essential to the smooth running of their future companies or employers while expanding their career prospects by becoming experts in a particular region of the world.
Commitment to excellence
In accordance with the aims of the University of Strasbourg, EM Strasbourg has a policy of quality assurance and ongoing development that allows us to consistently provide educational and research programmes in management that meet or exceed international standards of excellence.
We train business leaders, managers and highly qualified management specialists to adapt to complex environments. In all of our programmes, the school imparts the values of sustainability, ethics and diversity to each student in order to prepare them to help develop the economic institutions of tomorrow.
Furthermore, we are committed to creating and disseminating new knowledge in the field of management science.
Date of update October 11, 2016
September 2016: Our Masters' programme in management enters the prestigious FT Ranking of management programmes in the 76th position 2016: Opening of Brussels and Mexico City offices May 2016: Dr. Herbert Castéran is elected Dean of EM Strasbourg Business School for a five-year period May 2015: EM Strasbourg Business School obtains the AACSB accreditation November 2013: Opening of the Business Incubator, La Ruche May 2012: Awarded the Diversity Label by AFNOR Certification March 2012: EPAS (EFMD) re-accreditation of the Grande École programme for a five-year period December 2011: Opening of our China office May 2010: Qualicert Certification obtained July 2009: Awarded the Marianne prize for diversity in recognition of EM Strasbourg Business School's work on diversity April 2009: Our Grande Ecole programme is accredited EPAS (EFMD) January 2009: Merger of three Strasbourg based universities within the University of Strasbourg June 2008: EM Strasbourg Business School adheres to UN's Global Compact Chart October 2007: EM Strasbourg Business School is set up following the merger of two Strasbourg based schools of business, IESC and IAE.