Rooted in our territories and open to the world

KEDGE is a school of the South, but it is also open to the world. With four campuses in France, two in China (Shanghai and Suzhou) and two in Africa (Dakar and Abidjan since the start of the 2020 academic year), the School deploys its know-how in territories where there are opportunities and needs.
We are rooted in our territories and open to the world

Firmly rooted in our territories

KEDGE has 300 corporate partners with whom it collaborates on employability, teaching and research. With its strong links with the Chambers of Commerce and local business clubs, the school is committed to the economic players in its regions. It collaborates with its alumni established locally in the regions of Bordeaux, Marseille, Paris and Toulon.
KEDGE continues to develop in Paris, in initial and continuing education. Thus, new programmes under development will welcome more than 1300 additional students by 2025 on the Paris campus. A real estate extension currently underway will allow this strong growth in activity.

Opening up to the world 

Kedge recently expanded its presence in Africa with the opening of a campus in Abidjan. The school had already been present in Africa since 2016 in Dakar. 
It is developing programmes of excellence in China with CAFA and Renmin universities and plans to deploy its know-how in South East Asia and India.
Its presence in Europe is growing with solid partnerships. The school is demanding in terms of the academic level of its partner universities. It is developing new agreements with renowned universities.
Among its network of graduates, 15,000 are working abroad and the school has 60 alumni branches around the world.
The recruitment of international students will be strengthened and the support of foreign students will be based on specific employability measures. KEDGE has set itself the goal of quadrupling the number of its international students by 2025.

Think international

Kedge is also strengthening the internationalisation and interculturality of its campuses in France.
The initial training programmes all offer the possibility of taking at least one year entirely in English. 
The curriculum of the 14 MSc programmes offered by Kedge is in English and the courses enable students to develop the skills that are essential for working in a globalised economy. The classes of these programmes include many international students.
24% of Kedge students are international and 45% of the school's faculty are international.
Finally, the internal International mindset project offers the school's employees various actions to develop their skills and their intercultural openness in order to better support international students.

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