15 May 2017

Emmanuel Macron: from political unknown to France’s youngest president

Four years ago Emmanuel Macron was a political unknown. Now he is president-elect by decisive majority… The 5th Republic’s youngest president The long victory walk from the shadows of the Louvre to the bright lights of the center stage was highly […]

9 May 2017

Silicon Valley: (still) a magnet for the young and ambition

Silicon Valley has often been imitated but never duplicated. The unrivaled record of success of this place makes it a magnet for the young and ambitious from all over the world. Apple, Amazon, EBay, Google, Sony, Microsoft, Cisco, HP, Intel, […]

1 May 2017

May Day in France: workers rights and lily of the valley flowers

May Day or La Fête du Travail is a public holiday in many countries including France. It is an occasion to celebrate workers rights, but also to offer some lily of the valley flowers to loved ones! Background For millions of workers […]

27 April 2017

The top 5 reasons to study abroad

Imagine this: you’re sitting in your dorm room thinking to yourself. You’re thinking about life and you’re thinking about the world. You’re probably counting down days until you get to walk across that magnificent graduation stage. And with all this […]

10 April 2017

The keys to international careers

In an increasingly globalised world, how do you stack all the odds in your favor to launch your international career? For many students, the answer is the Business School. As an international student in the American Business School of Paris, […]

3 April 2017

Entrepreneurship: from Paris to New York!

If you’re familiar with what’s going on in the European entrepreneurship scene, you know that Paris lags behind the likes of Berlin and London. However, things seem to be changing. In 2009, the French government created the “auto-entrepreneur” status to […]