Skema Business School was established in 2009 as a private institution for higher education and research. The institution was formed through the merger of Ceram Business School in Sophia Antipolis with the Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Lille. The Skema Business School offers 19 master's degree programs, 2 undergraduate programs, 4 doctoral programs, executive MBA programs, and 1 postgraduate program in management to international students.
Approximately 2,500 companies and organizations maintain partnerships with the institution that provide students with internship and employment opportunities. The school has 65 student societies related to art, culture, business, the environment, humanitarian and social aid, high technology, sport, student life, and international affairs. There are currently 2,975 international students enrolled in degree programs at the institution, which represents 35% of the total student population.
A few popular alumni of the school are Yannick Agnel, French Swimmer ; Kjerstin Braathen, CEO of DNB ASA ; Jean-Philippe Courtois, Executive Vice President and President of Microsoft Global Sales, Marketing and Ops and Michaël Benayoun, Professional French actor and performer.
|Student to teacher ratio||53:1|
|Living cost||EUR 5,500|
|Accommodation||On-campus and off-campus|
|Average package||EUR 74,000|
|Tuition fee per year||EUR 12,000 - EUR 38,000|
On-campus and Off-campus
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||EUR 12,000 - EUR 38,000|
|Cost of Living/year||EUR 5,500|
|Application Fees||EUR 100|