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Created in 2000 by a group of higher education institutions, CIDD is a non-profit association consisting of 32 members who are actively promoting the Double Degree concept within the community of higher education providers. ESCE is one of the founders of CIDD and an active member of the network.
The mission of CIDD is for the accredited higher education institutions to collaborate together to:
Created in 1973, the CGE brings together higher education and research institutions in France and abroad which train their graduates with a view towards excellence, in partnership with the business world, economic players and civil society.
Being part of CGE provides great recognition of ESCE’s philosophy for excellence in teaching, and training future graduates to be well-rounded business leaders. ESCE has been a member of CGE since 2012.
ESCE takes part in the Erasmus+ program and has signed the Erasmus Charter to develop cooperation in Europe and to enhance student and faculty mobility.
ERASMUS CODE: F PARIS 213
ESCE offers a French-German double degree in partnership with HWR Berlin recognized by the Université Franco Allemande (UFA) www.dfh-ufa.org.
ESCE works in close collaboration with Campus France to promote french higher education abroad. In selected countries, the international students have to apply through Campus France to get the student study visa. Campus France can also provide information on governmental scholarships.
EFMD is an international membership organization, based in Brussels, Belgium with over 800 member organizations from academia, business, public service and consultancy in 81 countries. It is a unique forum for information, research, networking and debate on innovation and best practice in management development.
EFMD is recognized globally as an accreditation body of quality in management education with established accreditation services for business schools and business school program, corporate universities and technology-enhanced learning program.
Being part of EFMD recognizes the quality education ESCE provides to its students and creates collaboration opportunities between research faculty members.