EM Normandie Business School has been granted the renewal of the International BSIS label, affirming its substantial impact on the Normandy and Ile-de-France regions for a maximum of three years. The auditors have highlighted the remarkable growth the School has undergone since the last assessment in 2017, with an overall financial impact surpassing €417 million.
EM Normandie Business School, a subsidiary of its parent institution in the UAE, has achieved significant accreditation milestones with the Commission for Academic Accreditations (CAA) of the Federal Government of the United Arab Emirates. These esteemed accreditations are granted to its Master’s programs in International Marketing and Business Development, as well as International Logistics and Port Management.
The formalization of the partnership agreement between EM Normandie, the City of Clichy, and ParalympicsGB, in anticipation of the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, signifies the commencement of a highly auspicious collaboration. This partnership underscores a resolute dedication to championing inclusivity and fostering sporting excellence.
Since 2016, the EM Normandie Business School Foundation has been supporting equal opportunities and social diversity. Thanks to the generosity of its donors, 214 scholarship recipients have been able to attend the School without financial hindrance. On 17 May, the first scholarship award ceremony on EM Normandie Business School’s Paris campuses was an opportunity for the recipients to meet and talk to the sponsors.
The Label Committee* has just awarded the SD&CSR Label for Higher Education to EM Normandie Business School, for 2 years. This standard underlines the commitment of the Business School and all its stakeholders in terms of environmental and societal impact.
EM Normandie Business School signed a partnership with UMass Boston College of Management (UMB-CM), reinforcing an existing agreement since 2016 and announcing the establishment of the French business school in the United States. This new campus, located within UMass Boston College of Management, will welcome its first students in September 2025.