How is the TBS Bachelor's degree recognized in France and worldwide?
The Bachelor program also benefits from the CCI France "professional label".
TBS holds the triple accreditations AMBA (UK), AACSB (USA), and EQUIS (Europe) proving it’s quality label worldwide.
What are the advantages of this program?
TBS’s Bachelor program develops students’ managerial versatility through a demanding academic base as well as the study of a complementary professional competence (for example: finance, marketing, etc.) Beyond training versatile managers, this program places international experience at the heart of the system: the program can be followed in French, English or Spanish, includes a minimum of 8 months abroad, and up to 18 months in the framework of the "international sector".
Finally, this Bachelor is resolutely turned towards professionalization: 12-month professional internship, 6 to 9 month specialized professional internship, 210 hours of training through development courses in line with the needs of the market (for example: Management of Real Estate, Aviation Management, Wine Management, Hospitality Management, Event Management, Entrepreneurship and International Business, Social Web and Digital Marketing, etc.).
How can I prepare for the selection tests?
The academic overall average of each candidate is certainly important but does not reveal the global potential of a candidate.
At TBS, we are not only looking for good academic students, but also for character and potential.
‘International’ is a big part of your program. Why?
TBS’s aim is to train versatile managers and to maximise their employability in France and abroad. During this 3-year program, students will study in a partner university and can experience an internship abroad.
The "international skills" a student will develop during their experiences abroad will be useful for the rest of their lives.