Teaching and research at IÉSEG: Meet the IÉSEG faculty - IÉSEG

Teaching and research at IÉSEG: Meet the IÉSEG faculty

February 2, 2017

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Patricia RossiIÉSEG‘s strategic plan for 2016-2021, underlines the School’s commitment to providing a unique and outstanding learning experience for students and to reinforcing the School’s international research reputation.

The School continue to expand and reinforce its faculty of top international professors, which also makes it one of the most international faculty in European business schools. 84% of the permanent professors are from outside of France and they all have a PhD.

joao-cunhaAs the School continues to grow this year alone it has recruited 24 new professors, who received their PhDs from top institutions such as the University of Cambridge, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Toulouse School of Economics.  Based in Lille or Paris, they all have a teaching and research mission, and bring a unique international perspective to IÉSEG students.

j-khattabThey have a crucial role to play in implementing our new teaching and learning strategy and reinforcing the School’s international academic and applied research.

Recently, we have spoken to four of our international faculty (Professors Rossi, Goel, Khattab and Cunha ) to find out more about why they joined the School and their experience at the School. Amongst the points that are highlighted are the international environment and research culture at the School.

pgoelProfessor of Audit and Control, Pratik Goel, who joined the School in September 2016, explains “It’s a fast growing school with tremendous potential. The high quality of its programs is evidenced by the Triple Crown… Also the School promotes an active research culture and is therefore striving to enhance its reputation as a research institution.”

You can view the interviews with Professors here.

A full list of our academic staff and departments can be found here:

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