Paris Campus, studies, business and management
MBway Paris is a business and management school located on a new, pleasant and dynamic campus in Levallois-Perret. Our school welcomes students to new premises that have been specially designed to provide optimal conditions for learning.
This is an ideal setting, where you can take advantage of extensive public transport facilities:
Metro line 3: Louise Michel station
RER line C: Pereire station
Train Saint-Lazare > Clichy-Levallois
Numerous bus routes
Ideal premises and campus in Paris
Our business school premises cover 1,800 m², and features digital facilities including wi-fi, HD projectors, HD information screens and fibre optics.
Thanks to our students' hard work, but also to their creativity and professionalism, we receive more and more job offers from companies. The quality, number and importance of the missions on offer are in constant progression.
Our MBway Paris business and management school helps to develop its courses internationally by giving students the chance to access studies abroad and to exchange and meet with overseas students… Today, the school enjoys a solid network of partner companies and transmits to students a professional culture that is finely tuned to the present-day concerns of companies.
The students' union: a very important element in student life
It helps bring dynamism to the school and to the everyday lives of all the students. MBway, your business school in Paris, gives backing to our students' union in all its daily activities, as can be seen in the incredible induction weekends taking place in such fascinating and culturally rich cities as London and Amsterdam. All through the year, sports competitions are organised in a very friendly and sociable atmosphere, giving students a chance to meet, talk and face challenges with a strong team spirit.
What's more, a big Gala takes place each year to elect the school king and queen during a festive evening where everyone can take part and meet up with others. This is a chance to share a special experience and to see each other in a new light. The students are always happy and proud to promote their school's colours at regular trade shows and fairs. They are also active during the Open Days, and enjoy talking about their school, telling some stories and showing visitors around the premises where all the courses take place.
Students mobilised for good causes
The students are always concerned and reactive about issues faced by their contemporaries, and came together after the catastrophe that struck the population of Haiti to provide support and help. Our students also organised an evening event to combat and prevent AIDS, and we hope this will become an annual event.