A triple accredited business school, Toulouse Business School (formerly ESC Toulouse) trains managers to be bold, ethical, open and enthusiastic.
Founded in 1903 by the Toulouse Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Toulouse Business School today radiates internationally through its 5 campuses located in Toulouse, Paris, Barcelona, Casablanca, and London. Thanks to the quality of its training, its faculty (more than 90 faculty members) and the research activities in Management Sciences, Toulouse Business School meets the highest international standards (AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS accreditations), which guarantees the recognition of its degrees in universities and companies around the world.
All training is integrated into the European ‘Licence-Master-Doctorate’ university system and extends from undergraduate training (Bachelor Program) to pre-experience Master training (Grande Ecole Programme / Master in Management), to Continuing Education for executives (Executive MBA, Aerospace MBA, DBA) and a choice of Specialized Masters (Audit, Banking, Finance, Sustainable Development, Logistics, Tourism, Law, Health, Aviation, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, HR, and more). In addition, TBS’s Executive Education welcomes business executives for specific training programs in Business Management. TBS programs are modular and can be followed in English, part-time or even via e-learning/work-linked training through TBS’s Apprentice Training Centre of TBS (CFA). TBS’s Executive Education teams also offer customized programs for business leaders and for human resource managers.
It is worth noting that TBS is the only business school to ensure expertise and a comprehensive range of training in the aerospace sector, characterized in particular by a partnership in India with Airbus through our Aerospace MBA, our exclusive SIRIUS Research Chair dedicated to law and management activities in the space sector, dual degrees and courses with the National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) for the Bachelor and Master in Management programs.
Through its strategy focused on value provided to students and businesses, Toulouse Business School provides quality education integrating business needs through innovative training on growth sectors. Toulouse Business School enjoys partnerships with a number of prestigious schools and universities and offers a selection of excellence courses for students who wish to acquire a double competence and a high level of expertise, through our double degree programs with Sciences Po Toulouse, ENAC, and selected international partner universities. Courses also include Master research with the IAE, Wealth Management Diploma, Math/Computer Science or History, a double INSA course, Advanced Finance Program, Higher Diploma in Accounting and Management (DSCG), etc.
Toulouse Business School is a business school recognized by the French State benefiting from its consular status, a Member of the Conference de Grandes Ecoles and counting 4200 students including almost 1,000 international students and 2,000 Continuous Education participants on its various campuses. TBS has more than 24,000 graduates worldwide.
The Toulouse Business School Foundation supports the school in its development, supports new academic courses, funds research programs and helps promote the social and cultural diversity of its students. Since its inception in 2008, more than 200 scholarships have been distributed to TBS students (needs-based scholarships, or academic merit scholarships through the Chairs supported by businesses: Consulting, Health, Audit, CSR Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Marketing Digital, etc.).
TBS campuses in Europe’s top student cities
TBS believes in providing the best management training in the most dynamic and advantageous European cities for international students.
TBS, in the TOP 5 Performing Universities in Student Mobility
Congratulations to Kevin Carillo on his authorization to supervise research
Sirius Chair partnership renewal
TBS renews its partnership with Airbus, CNES (French Space Agency), Thales Alenia Space and University Toulouse 1 Capitole.
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