degree from PSB accepted in US?


Margaret4
How is an MBA from the Paris School of Business accepted back in the United States? Are former students getting interviews?

Is it important to take French classes as well to add this to your resume?

Thank you.
How is an MBA from the Paris School of Business accepted back in the United States? Are former students getting interviews?

Is it important to take French classes as well to add this to your resume?

Thank you.
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Duncan
PSB isn't well known or widely accepted even in Paris. In the USA it will just be a no-name college with no respected international accreditation or ranking. Aim for AACSB-accredited schools instead. US employers won't care if you speak French. A fourth-rate US MBA will be better than any French grande ecole or university.
PSB isn't well known or widely accepted even in Paris. In the USA it will just be a no-name college with no respected international accreditation or ranking. Aim for AACSB-accredited schools instead. US employers won't care if you speak French. A fourth-rate US MBA will be better than any French grande ecole or university.
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Margaret4
Thank you. PSB is going through the AACSB accreditation process now.
Thank you. PSB is going through the AACSB accreditation process now.
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Duncan
And I am preparing for the Olympics. I am skeptical about PSB gaining that accreditation before you would start. And you would need to start after the accreditation to have an accredited degree.

[Edited by Duncan on May 18, 2018]

And I am preparing for the Olympics. I am skeptical about PSB gaining that accreditation before you would start. And you would need to start after the accreditation to have an accredited degree.
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George Pat...
You can consider learning Spanish instead of French
It is very useful and valued in the US
At least more than French!
You can consider learning Spanish instead of French
It is very useful and valued in the US
At least more than French!
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Margaret4
Thank you. I agree that Spanish (and Chinese and Russian) would be the most useful languages to learn for an American. Though we still need a few Americans speaking French to do business with West Africa and with France. That's what I'm looking to do. Yes they'll speak English for their international communication but one can lose an advantage not speaking the language of the locals.
Thank you. I agree that Spanish (and Chinese and Russian) would be the most useful languages to learn for an American. Though we still need a few Americans speaking French to do business with West Africa and with France. That's what I'm looking to do. Yes they'll speak English for their international communication but one can lose an advantage not speaking the language of the locals.
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