Paris School of Business (PSB) was founded in 1974. It is a European elite Grade École management schools with international focus that offers a wide range of Higher Education fully taught in English. It is located in Paris. Students who want to study in France’s capitol should consider PSB because of its excellent courses in management. PSB offers a 3-year BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) programme with majors in Finance & Accounting, International Marketing, International Management and Luxury Brand Management; as well as Master level programmes and executive Doctoral programmes. Internships are an important of studying at PSB. The Master degree options include luxury management, international management or supply chain management. PSB Paris School of Business places special value on combining high-level academics, international awareness and professional experiences to prepare students for a global career in management. Executives who want to specialize in economics and socialism in an international environment should apply to the Doctorate in Business Administration programme. The school is a member of the Conference of Grandes Écoles, EFMD and AACSB. It has been names one of the top post-baccalaureate schools in France because of its Grande École programme that leads to an official Master level degree with international accreditation by AMBA.
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Nice environment to study and we could get lots of information about what you are studying from the most experienced professors. They were not just professors but also employees in reputed companies they will share their experience. They will teach us WHAT, WHEN, WHY, HOW about business. I love studying at PSB.
I had a very good experience in this business school for 5 years. The faculty is very good, often shared with the best universities and business schools in France (HEC, Sciences Po …) The curriculum is also very interesting, with an extra-pedagogical itinerary which aims to give an operational dimension and training during the 5 years of schooling. It is organized around 7 discoveries: discovery of oneself, others, cultural and religious, institutional, trades and behaviors, international + a module innovation and discovery. Moreover, all students must have at least 1 year abroad in the 3rd year, in a partner university. There are some around the world which leave a great choice to the students as to their destination. Finally, on our return we have the possibility to carry out our 2 years of Master in work-study in a company which allows in the same in gaining professional experience and to finance its last two years of studies. I did not have the chance to know the new premises but I heard that the Campus Cluster of PARIS 13 was top!
Paris School of Business is a school that offers training of good quality but since not long ago that the school moved from ESG to PSB the administration is not well organized, a problem of communication between pupil and administration we hope that things will improve.
Paris School of Business is first and foremost a well located and accessible school in Paris. It includes a Cluster that facilitates exchanges between students. I attended the Grande Ecole program. This proposed program in itself is interesting. However, several points can be improved. First of all the administration is not very present, the premises are small and the opening of a campus in Ivry (20 min away by transport) is not a solution, supervision (especially during exams) is to be reviewed. More rigor should be put in place, at the level of the courses, so that students wanting to work are not disturbed by the disrupters. The courses offered can be further developed. You should also know that in the Prooframme Grande Ecole of PSB, a “Bachelor” degree is not issued to you, but you agree directly to the Master of PSB, which it does not specify at the beginning. PSB presents its students with good professors in some courses, who like to transmit their knowledge to you. PSB also offers seminars that will allow you to better understand the world of business. Their proximity to big companies and even major international tournaments, such as Roland Garros, is a great plus point. PSB is very international.
PSB is a very interesting place to be. Campus Cluster Innovation is an incredible platform where you could meet people – be it students or professors – from all over the world. Diversity and vibrancy are, I think, good adjectives to qualify the student community.
Looking at the “real thing” in terms of education, PSB is a school I would strongly recommend. The courses are interesting and demanding. The professors provide a very useful coaching, providing us not only with theoretical knowledge but with practical examples and key advice and directions that I believe surely make a difference when we enter the professional world.
Just like in all things and places, the school certainly has its flaws. If there is any “not too good” aspect to be mentioned about PSB, the problem of organisation that the administration has will be the first and biggest. Fortunately enough, it is a point on which they (the administration) are actively working and on which we are expecting great improvement for the next academic year.