19 March 2019

What you need to know about the Doctorate of Business Administration

The Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) corresponds to the highest postgraduate study, which is 8 years after the High School Diploma. The American Business School of Paris’ DBA is carried out in partnership with Franklin University, Ohio. Based on American […]

31 January 2019

7th edition of the International Conference on Applied Sciences

The American Business School of Paris, in partnership with BRCORP, the IPI-Group IGS and Conference World, organized the 7th edition of the International Conference on Applied Sciences, Engineering and Management, under the theme: “Entrepreneurship and Technology”. The choice of theme […]

21 December 2018

Now you can join an American business school without leaving Paris

Part of IGS Group, the American Business School (ABS) is a pioneer in reverse pedagogy, an approach inspired by the North American model. Since its creation in 1985, the management school has developed its brand internationally and now welcomes students […]

10 December 2018

Why soft skills matter? (2/2)

Although a brilliant CV and good technical skills are required to take up a position of responsibility, what makes you use wisely your capacities in order to create a positive and productive environment for your company are undoubtedly your soft […]

19 November 2018

Why soft skills matter?

Soft skills are a topic on everybody’s lips, to such an extent that some Human Resources Managers sing the praise of these non-technical abilities. The American Business School of Paris invites you to discover what soft skills are in practice, […]

2 November 2018

A skilled talent shortage is looming by the year 2030

In a recent study published in May 2018, the American recruitment firm Korn Ferry revealed that France could lack 1.5 million highly skilled workers by 2030. This deficit will create nearly €175 billion in unrealized revenue (equivalent to 6.5 percent […]

29 October 2018

Fewer foreign students applying to American universities

According to a new analysis of U.S. Department of Homeland Security data released by the National Foundation for American Policy, the number of foreign students enrolled at U.S. universities declined 4 percent between 2016 and 2017. The report has warned […]

15 October 2018

The best practices for building effective professional network

Building a professional network is one of the greatest things you can do in order to advance your career, especially when you’ve just graduated. Many professionals and graduate students don’t know how to go about it. But, professional networking is […]

8 October 2018

3 tips to land a job abroad

The World’s a big place! To get out of your comfort zone as to demonstrate the extent of your talents in a foreign country can be intimidating. But, in today’s era of globalization and abolition of spatial constraints for workers, […]

3 October 2018

France, the ideal home for foreign students

The time has undeniably come for students to move towards international perspectives: the number of students worldwide has increased by 50% over the past ten years. As a result, the number of international students has reached 4.6 million in 2016, […]