WHAT DO YOU WANT FOR YOUR CHILD’S FUTURE?
The Bachelor in Management is an official undergraduate degree in business administration and international business awarded by the French Ministry of Education.
The course of studies lasts three years, during which time students have the opportunity to:
- Study in THREE COUNTRIES (Barcelona Campus/Toulouse Campus/International partner university) and live international and multicultural experiences.
- Carry out THREE WORK PLACEMENTS and gain professional experience.
These international and professional experiences supported by our Career Starter unit will pave students’ way to the professional world and add value and a distinguishing trait to their profile.
Advice to succeed in the admission interview for the Bachelor in Management
The advantages of the Career Starter
Ranked among the top 10 Business Schools in France according to the magazines "Challenges", "Le Figaro Étudiant" and "Le Point".
Toulouse Business School ranked 30th in 2014 in the Financial Times ranking of the Best Master in Management.
Bachelor in Management: Ranked 1st in France by Orientations
Bachelor in Management: Ranked 2nd in the Le Figaro Étudiant 2014 Best Bachelors ranking.
Bachelor in Management: Ranked 3rd in the SMBG ranking of the Best Bachelors in Management and Business Management.
TBS ANSWERS THE QUESTIONS OF EXPERTS AND STUDENTS:
TOULOUSE BUSINESS SCHOOL
Toulouse Business School is a prestigious, internationally-renowned, French business school. It is part of a select group of business schools distinguished for having earned the three industry accreditations: EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB.
These recognitions ensure the excellence of our graduates resulting from an education based on the strictest standards of quality in terms of teaching, research and job placement. Only 1% of business schools worldwide have earned all three accreditations.
Toulouse Business School has three campuses, one in Toulouse, one in Barcelona and one in Casablanca.
HOW IS LIKE TO STUDY IN TBS BARCELONA?
- The campus:
- The experience: