New Partnership with Paris School of Business
January 18, 2017

SAI is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Paris School of Business (PSB), which offers a wide-ranging international business curriculum in the heart of Paris.

Founded in 1974, the Paris School of Business (PSB) is an elite “Grande École” management school, combining academic excellence, international awareness, and a focus on gaining real-world professional experiences. By presenting a curriculum that emphasizes skills-based knowledge and development of a global perspective, PSB encourages students to become efficient decision-makers and conscientious leaders.

SAI will begin offering semester programs at PSB in fall 2017.

SAI students at PSB will join the English language International Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program, taking classes alongside degree-seeking students. Visiting students select four or five courses from a range of classes offered in management, marketing, finance, and a variety of electives, for a total of 12 – 15 US credits. Course offerings include Fundamentals of Luxury Industry, Human Resources Management, Consumer Behavior, Corporate Finance, Intercultural Communication, and International Relations. US credits for work completed by SAI students on the PSB program will be issued by St. Norbert College.

As with other programs, SAI students studying at PSB benefit from SAI’s Signature Services, which include SAI in-country staff, a thorough orientation, student housing, frequent activities and excursions, 24 hour emergency support, and much more.

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SAI Programs is dedicated to providing academic and cultural learning experiences abroad that enhance global awareness, professional development and social responsibility. We concentrate our programs in Europe, with a focus on in-depth learning of individual European countries and their unique global role in the geopolitical economy, humanities, and in the arts.