American Graduate School in Paris

American Graduate School of Business and Economics

One-Year International MBA (Master of Business Administration)

Address:

101, Blvd. Raspail

Paris, Ile-De-Fra 75006

France

Program Information

Degrees Offered:

One-Year International MBA (Master of Business Administration)

Format: Campus

Program Description:

The American Graduate School of Business and Economics at AGS offers a one-year M.B.A. in Paris, taught in English and accredited in the US.

This program is open to experienced professionals wishing to advance their careers as well as to outstanding recent graduates.

The MBA program at AGS provides students with the skills necessary for successful careers in international business, government and international organizations.

The MBA program focuses on the challenges of the international marketplace. It addresses the most pressing, contemporary questions posed by globalization. It prepares students to act in and interact with multi-cultural environments.

The MBA program at AGS is geared towards building careers:
It adopts a hands-on approach, including visits and meetings with executives of the most successful international corporations.
It teaches the best and most recent techniques of management, planning and decision-making, and studies major international corporations as illustrative business models.

The MBA program at AGS teaches responsible decision-making:
It sensitizes students to the challenges of sustainable development, social solidarity and ethical business practices.

The MBA program takes advantage of its location in Paris, at the heart of the European Union:
EU economic and business policy makers participate in the program as guest lecturers.
Students have the opportunity to go on optional visits to the EU Commission in Brussels and meet with EU staff.

The European setting of the program makes it possible for students to better understand the concept of Europe as a political, economic and social entity.
 

Accreditation:

The MBA at AGS is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Facts & Figures

# of Credits Required: 29

Classification: Unknown

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