The EMLV Business School has become a bronze member of the Business Graduates Association (BGA), an international membership and quality assurance body of world-leading and high-potential business schools.
As a sister brand to the Association of MBAs (AMBA), BGA accredits business schools based on their impact on students, employers and communities, in terms of responsible management and longlife learning.
BGA’s commitment: responsible management, positive impact and lifelong learning
According to Andrew Main Wilson, CEO of AMBA BGA, the association welcome business schools which “clearly demonstrate a passion for practical, entrepreneurial business education with a proven commitment to social responsibility and sustainability”.
The associations features three stakeholders groups: bronze, silver and gold members. EMLV has been accepted as a “Bronze Member” and has been granted an ‘Education Membership’.
As a member of the BGA network, all EMLV students receive free complimentary access to the BGA’s Career Cevelopment Centre, which supports in building a powerful CV, finding suitable jobs, assessing one’s career path, and learning about what skills employers are most in need of, among other industry trends.
EMLV’s unique transversal approach
EMLV’s public profile on BGA official website presents the main milestones of the EMLV – Ecole de Management Léonard De Vinci’s business education.
- A unique transversal approach. “EMLV is the only school in France to include a true transversal approach throughout its programme”. The Pole Leaonard de Vinci’s three schools, EMLV, ESILV and IIM encourage students to work together in multidisciplinary teams with classmates from all three schools.
- An emphasis on soft skills. EMLV’s positionnement is based on innovation, digital and soft skills, which guarantee graduates excellent employability in a context of strong societal and economic changes.
- Discover how to stand out in a changing world. EMLV offers degree programmes with such specialisations as international business, audit and performance management, digital marketing, finance, management of information systems and human resources.
- One of the best places in the world to study. The Greater Paris Region is the no. 1 economy in Europe. With a GDP of €649 billion, France’s leading economic region accounts for around 5% of European GDP.