IAE of Lyon Business School, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3

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The IAE Business School of Lyon is one of the largest business schools in France and international focus has been at the heart of its strategy for over twenty years. With an ever increasing number of courses and programs taught in English, the IAE intends to see its current number of 25% international student population grow significantly over the next few years. The IAE is already a culturally open and vibrant international environment with a network of over 150 leading partner business schools across more than 50 countries. The IAE was awarded in 2008 by the Eduniversal ranking, 4 palms out of 5 in the ranking of “most internationally renowned business schools” out of the top 1000 worldwide. The faculty includes 150 professors, 400 part-time lecturers and a large number of international visiting professors. Why Lyon? The quality of life and high level of higher education programs on offer, combined with a dynamic and growing economy, makes Lyon one of Europe’s most attractive academic and economic centers. Located at the heart of the European Union, Lyon is France’s largest city after Paris and home to over 1 700 000 inhabitants. Lyon is a city with a buzz about it and a quality of life that is unique to it. It is the capital of the Rhône-Alpes region ranked as the 6th highest GDP in Europe (Eurostat 2005). Lyon was also ranked by Reader’s Digest in 2007 as the 7th most liveable city in the world. The Lyon metropolitan area today stands out as theeconomically most dynamic and attractive area in France. This can be attributed to key factors such as: • 5 competitive clusters, including 2 international ones (Health and Biotechnologies, Chemicals and Environment, Transport Systems, Technical Textiles, Digital Leisure), • A position as leader for company start-ups (12 100 in 2005, or an increase of 24% in 2 years), • A volume of investment in business property totalling over 600 millions in 2005, • The 2nd university and research center in France (115 000 students of which 12 000 are international) • World-class leaders in industry (Mérial N°1 for vaccines, Sanofi N°1 for diagnostics, etc.). Lyon stands out as a genuinely international university town with its four universities and twenty “grandes écoles” or national graduate schools, and has implemented a policy of strong integration between the academic, research and business world.


Upcoming Events

Saturday, 19th Sep 2020
20:00 - 22:30
Sunday, 20th Sep 2020
19:00 - 21:30
Thursday, 24th Sep 2020
23:00 - 01:30
Friday, 25th Sep 2020
00:00 - 02:30

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