MCI expands network of top universitiesThursday, 26. January 2017
Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) enters into partnership with Kedge Business School and Toulouse Business School, creating international value for study, research, and the Tyrolean location for science
MCI Management Center Innsbruck is pleased to announce another success: the institution has recently concluded cooperation agreements with two of the most prestigious universities in Europe, Kedge Business School and Toulouse Business School.
In future, MCI students will thus be able to spend their international semester or year at one of the top two universities. At the same time, students at Kedge Business School and Toulouse Business School will visit MCI to participate in lectures and seminars and take respective exams.
Toulouse Business School was founded in 1903 as a private school with a management focus. In addition to its main campus in Toulouse, the university’s present premises include campuses in Barcelona and Casablanca. Toulouse is the largest city of Languedoc, an exceptionally dynamic and valuable region in regard to history, culture, and cuisine in the southwest of France. The city is particularly well-known as the center of the European aerospace industry.
Kedge Business School allows MCI students to choose between two of the most exciting cities in France. The university includes locations in the wine industry capital of Bordeaux and the vibrant Marseille melting pot of diverse cultures. Similar to MCI Kedge Business School builds on a large network of partner universities and practical training in the business area.
Both institutions hold prestigious Triple Crown accreditation: they have been awarded accreditation by the three largest and most influential accreditation associations AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. Thus, they belong to the 70 most reputable business schools worldwide. Respective rankings by famous magazines such as the Financial Times, the Economist, etc. are testimony to the quality of Kedge Business School and Toulouse Business School, and show them to be renowned names as well as highly popular partners.
Susanne Lichtmannegger, head of the MCI International Relations Office, is delighted: “Kedge Business School and Toulouse Business School are among the best business schools in Europe. Accordingly, they select their partners with great care. We are delighted to have entered this cooperation as equals.”
Andreas Altmann, rector of MCI Management Center Innsbruck, adds: “We want our students to be able to spend their international semester at the best universities in the world. The cooperation with Kedge Business School and Toulouse Business School allows us to expand our network by two more renowned partners.”
Mag. (FH) Ulrike Fuchs
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