Conviction, ambition, mission

Conviction

KEDGE does not only intend to reveal the potential of its students, but also to create individuals who will have an impact on their environment.
"The most successful careers have in common women and men who are aligned between their convictions and their actions, trained to mobilise and embrace a group and whose impact is recognised."
Alexandre De Navailles, General Manager 

Ambition

Its ambition is to become the reference school for those who learn and succeed by doing.

Mission

This translates into a mission which, more than transmitting knowledge, is to encourage the detection, emergence and development of all those who wish to create value and have an impact on society.

KEDGE, a unique school
KEDGE has a student-centred approach which enables it to offer personalised and individualised support, combining know-how, interpersonal skills, self-knowledge and awareness of others.
For the same course, it is possible to have different approaches to teaching and pedagogy. Thus, each student benefits from a close follow-up that allows him/her to better know him/herself and to achieve his/her goals.

KEDGE develops a demanding pedagogy, which combines academic excellence and experience.
KEDGE students can rely on an experiential pathway, put into action in order to acquire and demonstrate skills and thus be better prepared to meet the demands of the business world.
Research at KEDGE has been structured around 4 centres of excellence and 3 centres of expertise which produce knowledge on the disciplines in which the school is internationally recognised.
It is meaningful because it addresses the problems encountered by companies and brings together our students, our professors, partner companies and the regions.
Finally, KEDGE is committed to the regions by being a local player in economic development, employment and equal opportunities.
The school contributes to economic activity (internships, work-study programmes, employment) and to the life of its regions (events, contribution to networks and participation in the debate on ideas) to support their development.

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