EDHEC Business School
EDHEC Business School, founded in 1906 and among the select few institutions to have garnered international recognition through the triple crown of EQUIS, AACSB and Association of MBAs accreditations, offers management education at undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate and executive levels designed to meet the needs of companies. Its large range of international graduate programmes draws students from the world over. With its five campuses in Lille, Nice, Paris, London and Singapore, its 6,500 students, and its 142 full-time faculty and researchers, EDHEC has been ranked among the top international business schools for several years.
As part of its strategy for international excellence, EDHEC Business School has espoused an innovative research policy that takes into account the needs of companies and the market. Research at EDHEC is organised into four centres built on the expertise of the faculty:
- EDHEC-Risk Institute - Asset allocation and risk management;
- EDHEC Financial Analysis and Accounting Research Centre – International accounting standards and new approaches to valuation;
- EDHEC Legal Performance Research Centre - Legal performance and company competitiveness;
- EDHEC Economics Research Centre - Evaluation of public policy and State reform.