The new EMBA program is offered through KEDGE Business School, the merged entity, but each of the schools recruit students independently.
The program is offered on campuses in Paris, Marseille, Bordeaux, Shanghai, and includes global residency options. The first program intake begins this month. A KEDGE campus is scheduled to open sometime later this year.
The merger represents a continued upheaval in French business schools. Earlier this year, Rouen Business School and Reims Management School - both "Grandes Écoles," announced plans to merge.
For more information, please see the BEM Bordeaux press release announcing the launch of the new EMBA program.
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