International immersion

MBway, a business school open to international business

All our programmes are designed to promote international exchanges and to develop a sense of discovery. Living day-to-day alongside overseas students, speaking foreign languages, studying abroad, enjoying exchanges on a European level - these are all an integral part of MBway's position as an international business school.

 An international business school

MBway benefits from the Erasmus Charter to send students to study abroad for 1 or 2 terms and, as part of a teacher exchange programme, welcomes visiting professors.

On all the continents, these active partnerships with 50 major universities constitute a highly diverse palette of destinations for candidates wishing to spend a year of their bachelor's degree studies or MBA abroad.

MBway, a resolutely European Business School

Each year, the ‘‘IPs’’ (International Projects) bring together students from six European universities, who work in a group and focus on the issue of the social responsibility of companies. A way for our students to experience Europe in a very practical way!

Our teaching is based on the principles of the Bologna Process, whose aim is to provide greater clarity in qualifications in France and Europe. Assessments conform to the ‘‘Dublin Descriptors’’ to validate the acquisition of knowledge for bachelor's and master's degrees.

Foreign languages, an essential element

The growing internationalisation of the world economy has made the professional use of English and other foreign languages something vital. In this respect, the MBway courses give French and overseas candidates recognised skills that they can use to work in an international environment.

By including at least 30% of lessons in English, MBway encourages the daily practice of this international language and prepares students for working in a company overseas as part of the Bachelor Business Manager or MBA.

The assessments for language learning match the European standards of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). 50 university partners and four special partnerships help make our international business studies a success.