The american business school of Paris

The American Business School of Paris is an American business school in Paris that assists its students in their professional project for an international career. The American Business School of Paris is part of the IGS group and its programs are accredited by the IACBE and recognized in France. They are based on the American pedagogy: flexibility, interaction and encouragement of the student.

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Think bachelor's degree

Build your international career with our French and American dual degree Bachelors.

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Think Master's degree

Become an expert thanks to our Master's degree programs with highly soughtafter specializations by recruiters.

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Think DBA

Boost your profile and professional career by obtaining a DBA from the American Business School of Paris.

Partners

The American Business School of Paris has a network of 115 partner universities in 35 countries, and students at the American Business School of Paris can spend a semester or a year studying abroad. Each year, the school welcomes more than 350 foreign students from our partner universities as well as professors who come to teach during the semester or summer program.

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ONLINE APPLICATION

The ABS PARIS encourages you to apply directly online.
You benefit from a flexible and advantageous solution!

 

ONLINE APPLICATION

 

LIVING IN PARIS

Paris, or the “City of Lights”

Is a jewel both culturally as well as artistically. It is also a young and dynamic city, known for its cafés, parks, markets as well as its many museums and monuments.

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Managing multiculturalism

In a globalized, interconnected and highly interdependent world, teams within companies are increasingly cosmopolitan and multicultural. This brings added value to the company and strengthens its international outreach, but it also raises a number of challenges, particularly in terms of management. So how can leaders manage multiculturalism?