Welcome to KEDGE Business School!
KEDGE Business School is one of the top ranked business schools in France and offers comprehensive management training at undergraduate & graduate level. Located in Marseille and Toulon, in France, the school is EQUIS, AMBA & AACSB accredited. KEDGE Business School encourages students to appreciate the diversity of the environment in a socially responsible manner and take individual talents into account.
KEDGE offers everything a first-rate school of management has on offer for students, managers and executives, including fundamentals of management, major disciplines and specialisations.
KEDGE's teaching model
What makes KEDGE “A Management School with a difference” is the teaching model that is centred on aspiring managers and businessmen and women, and their goals, dreams and personal projects.
Students attending KEDGE Business School develop their own ability for action and desire for responsibilities and discover a passion for humanity, freedom and diversity in this renowned Southern European School.
KEDGE Business School is run by a Board of Governors consisting of managers from major companies, representatives from local authorities, key figures in the economic development of Marseille-Provence and representatives from the school- all strongly committed to the future of the prestigious management school.
A business school with triple accreditation
AACSB provides internationally recognized, specialized accreditation for business and accounting programs at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral level. AACSB is internationally-known to be the longest standing, most recognized form of specialized/professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn.
EQUIS strives to raise the standard of management education worldwide through assessing institutions as a whole and how they find a balance between high academic quality and the professional relevance. To achieve EQUIS accreditation, institutions must achieve high general quality in all dimensions of their activities and a high degree of internationalisation.
The Association of MBAs accredits a school's portfolio of postgraduate business programs rather than the entire business school. The Association's process of accrediting an MBA program includes reviewing over 100 criteria. AMBA is also one of the most international organizations of its kind, having accredited schools based in 47 countries.