Welcome to the American Business School of Paris
The American Business School of Paris offers a curriculum based on the American education system.
The program admits:
- French high school graduates and students who want to follow an international curriculum,
- International students who want to follow an American curriculum in Paris.
International approach and multicultural environment
An intercultural setting
“The American Business School of Paris attracts students from all over the world. This multicultural environment allows you to interact and work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds on a daily basis.
In addition to developing academic and vocational excellence, you will acquire unique intercultural management skills, a real benefit for a career with an international focus. Developing a global mind is a major asset for success in a competitive job market.
Study abroad for one or several semesters, in the U.S. or the rest of the world, and increase your international scope.
Become a citizen of the world: join the American Business School of Paris community!”
Fady Fadel, Ph.D., Dean
Benefit from the best American and French practices
Highly effective teaching methods
“In partnership with U.S. universities, the American Business School of Paris has adopted the
American higher educational system, recognized worldwide.
The business school combines interactive project-based teaching with an extra-curricular program that allows you to develop your personality, independence and sense of initiative.
To facilitate your transition into the workplace, the American Business School of Paris has also adopted French best training practices:
- individual coaching
Get the best of both worlds: join the American Business School of Paris!”
Sara Pax, Associate Dean
Our Mission Statement
The American Business School of Paris aims to train its students to become future business leaders who think internationally, take initiatives and can work on multicultural teams. The school will continuously improve its academic standards and at the same time instill in the students respect and tolerance for diversity, as well as a sense of social responsibility. The school will also encourage the students to apply ethical standards in all personal and professional decisions.