In the last months, CEIBA has signed a new partnership and we are delighted to announce that the School has developed a new academic partnerships with the University of Angers. The IAE (University School of Management) of the University of Angers has the mission to ensure, develop and promote higher education and research in the field of Management Sciences and Business.
Built in connection with both the local socio-economic ecosystem and its international web of partners, the IAE Angers’ portfolio covers bachelor and master programs in addition to Erasmus and double degrees program with foreign universities in Russia and Poland. It is in this context that the IAE enters in this new partnership in with CEIBA Business School to create and disseminate international training programs in business and management between Europe and Asia, such as the Executive MBA program.
CEIBA Business School proposes to accompany entrepreneurs, leaders and managers through training programs and thus enable them to meet the challenges of today’s and tomorrow’s world. Together with the University of Angers, CEIBA provides them with the learning and networking platform they need to develop an agile and creative mindset in order to develop their professional project while providing benefits to the society.
The history of the University of Angers traces back to the 11th century and was officially recognised as a university in 1337. Today, the University has over 25 000 students and delivers more than 450 degrees. The University is very international with 12% international students from over 120 countries and thanks to its 475 partner universities worldwide.
The University ranks 1 in France for its success rate in bachelor (63,1% graduate within three years).
The University is the third biggest employer in the region of Angers.
In 2019, the University of Angers enters the Shanghai ranking of the world best universities (901). It ranks in the world top 400 for Agricultural Sciences and Clinical Medicine, and in the world top 500 for Biological Sciences.