Telecom Ecole De Management, France
SITMIRC - TEM
An INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE
On 16th & 17th January, 2015
Telecom Business School (ex INT Management) is a French state-funded Management School, a member of Institut Mines-Telecom (ex GET : Groupe des Ecoles des Télécommunications), of the Management School Chapter of the Conférence des GrandesEcoles, of EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development), AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and accredited by the Association of MBAs and the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) for its Master's in Management Program. Telecom Business School shares it campus with Telecom SudParis, an engineering school. It has a research center specializing in information and communication sciences.
Telecom SudParis and Telecom Business School are part of Telecom & Management SudParis ex-INT (Institut National des Télécommunications).
Telecom Business School is developing close links with Grenoble Ecole de Management which has recently joined as an associate school the Institut Mines-Telecom that Telecom Business school is a component of.
World class ranking by the financial times (2013): 34
World class ranking by the financial times (2012): 41
Nowadays, the new media convergence landline vs mobile, media vs telecoms and the web 2.0's frame our society. Those evolutions and innovations challenge social relations as well as they enhance social networks.
Looking at those changes, TélécomEcole de Management's research is outstanding. Its expertise in economics, management, social and human sciences explores the ICT's market trends, economical, managerial and social involvements challenging debates on digital issues.
Research is based on three principles:
Created in 2010 Telecom Business School's Research Centre is divided into autonomous research teams and a doctoral program. It is managed by an executive committee composed of the team leaders and the directors of the Research Centre. Seven teams reflect the variety of skills within the school:
3 research Chairs:
Telecom Business School has an on-campus small business incubator for young, innovative companies. The incubator is open to students, alumni and others. Today the incubator includes more than 20 start-ups involving more than 160 entrepreneurs. Over the last ten years, the incubator has created over 70 companies employing more than 600 people.
Research Teams involved in the latest innovations in managing information systems, the digital economy and the information society in general.
Telecom Business School has a network of more than 300 corporate partners and more than 4 000 active alumni. The School receives more than 5 000 employment offers each year. Its Integrated Masters in Management (Grande Ecole) Program offers an apprenticeship option that has over 50 student participants today. More than 100 executive’s courses are taught each year. The Schools governing bodies include world renowned companies, such as Vivendi, Orange,BNP,EADS.