Lille Catholic University - Faculty of Business & Economics
Founded in 1875, LILLE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY is a unique multidisciplinary establishment with more than 25,500 students. The university comprises 5 Faculties, 20 Grande École Business Schools and institutes, and a hospital complex. These establishments share a common educational philosophy that combines excellence and humanism along with performance and solidarity. Their actions are rooted in a desire to serve people, society and the world, to further both economic and social developments. Its historic campus is located in the heart of Lille (the fourth largest city in France, also ranked the country’s fourth most popular tourist destination). It sits at the crossroads of northern Europe, less than 300km from Paris, London, Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne. RIZOMM MASTER’S degrees belong to one of the five Faculties, that of Management, Economics & Science (FGES). The FGES offers a wide choice of educational courses at Undergraduate and Master’s level, with a range of options combining management, economics and science, and designed to improve multidisciplinary skills. The Rizomm Master’s courses lead to national degrees recognised by the State and throughout Europe.
Master’s courses - a few figures
8 Master’s degrees:
- Digital Commerce
- Business Management
- International Management
- Operational Ecology
- Business and Market Finance
- Banking and Financial Institutions
- Wealth management
18 permanent employees working to help students succeed, including educational managers, international relations coordinators, a corporate relations department and student life managers, etc. These people are responsible for the day-to-day running of the courses and provide a range of student support.
- 70 professional lecturers - your educational partners - who are there to help you achieve your goals.
- 320 students in 2018
- 1,000m² of premises dedicated to students, divided into living spaces, work spaces, meeting rooms and lecture rooms.
Our Master’s degrees combine to form an innovative ecosystem supported by the Faculty of Management, Economics and Science, where the emphasis is firmly on educational innovation, with the aim of becoming an ideas laboratory and helping student with their career plans by means of the following commitments: TRANSDISCIPLINARITY, NETWORKING, CO-DESIGNING, EXPERIENCE-SHARING
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