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19 APRIL 2021
The agreement between emlyon business school and St Xavier’s College was signed on April 16th, allowing emlyon to have its own space bearing the School’s colors within the heritage buildings of the Indo-Gothic campus, classified as historic-monument, of St Xavier’s College, at the heart of Mumbai. Beyond our innovative hub, students from emlyon shall have access to the whole range of facilities (classrooms, library, and laboratories) of this 12,000m2 campus. At first, this pedagogical platform shall serve 250 Indo-French students.
Management methods have been disrupted by the current public health crisis, but emlyon business school’s EMBA graduates are better equipped to deal with the situation, using the skills they’ve acquired during the course.
emlyon unveils its “Confluences 2025” strategic plan to be among the 15 leading Global Business Universities in Europe
It is emlyon's ambition to become one of the leading Global Business Universities in Europe, in order to train players able to meet social, technological and environmental challenges here and now. "Confluences 2025" sets out emlyon's three main strategic priorities, namely a commitment to social and environmental issues, academic excellence and networked internationalization.
As of January 2021, emlyon business school is expanding its program range of Masters of Science with a new program, focused on security and defense related issues in a global world. The MSc in Cybersecurity & Defense Management, targeting French and International students, aims at addressing worldwide complex issues and managing emerging threats.
Since Isabelle Huault took over at the helm, corporate social responsibility has been a new strategic focus for emlyon business school. Its drive to combat sexism took a step forward this month as the School joined the 114 members of #StOpE. Started by Accor, EY and L'Oréal, this initiative sets out to denounce so-called "ordinary" sexism in the workplace and is backed by Elisabeth Moreno, Minister for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities.
COVID-19: emlyon business school released €608K in emergency aid for students faced with difficulties due to the sanitary crisis
In April last, the Foundation of emlyon, with the support of our alumni network, released an exceptional emergency aid for a total of €408K, to help out 467 students in precarious situations. As the situation is now long-lasting with ever heavier economic and social consequences, an additional €200K will be allocated by the School to the students hardest hit.