NEOMA Business School receives AACSB re-accreditation for five years


NEOMA announces that its AACSB accreditation has been renewed for another five years. “With this re-accreditation, NEOMA keeps its place at centre stage of the international academic world,” Delphine Manceau, dean of NEOMA Business School, said. “We are extremely proud that the main points emphasised during the audit correspond to the main areas of focus in our current strategic plan and illustrate the innovative outlook that drives us.”


Structured around three key mainstays – commitment, innovation, impact – the audit underscored NEOMA’s many assets, including:

• The school’s pedagogic innovation and entrepreneurial culture that, supported by a solid digital transformation policy (including the opening of its virtual campus), promotes greater involvement from the students in their education

• The quality of its international academic network that provides a major immersive experience for students and its innovative formats such as the “Entrepreneurs across Borders” programme that allows students to enter the incubators at partner universities

• The school’s established recognition on the world academic scene

• The developments to its Master in Management programme that parallel the changes in the job market and student expectations


The AACSB re-accreditation and, more generally, the retention of the three major international accreditations (with EQUIS and AMBA) stand as international recognition for the school’s academic excellence as well as a demonstration of the consistency of its ambitions with its strategic plans and associated resources, particularly in financial terms. “I am delighted by the renewal of our AACSB accreditation,” Delphine Manceau said.


“While it highlights the excellence of the study environment that we offer our students, it also attests to the value of the degree that we grant them and its international recognition, which is particularly important in the current context.”