Institut Paul Bocuse
Institut Paul Bocuse follows in the heritage of innovation and global expansiveness set out by two extraordinary visionaries and entrepreneurs – Gérard Pélisson, co-founder of Groupe Accor (today’s AccorHotels), chairman of the Institut since 1998, and “Chef of the Century” Paul Bocuse, founder of the school in 1990.
Inspired by their vision and devotion to the profession, Institut Paul Bocuse welcomes students from around the world, preparing them for management careers and entrepreneurial missions within the global hospitality industry.
Their unique educational approach, focusing on creativity and innovation and incorporating individual monitoring and project-based learning, draws on individual student talents giving graduates the competencies and confidence to develop new models for the hospitality industry of tomorrow.
Each student benefits from the internationally renowned expertise that makes Institut Paul Bocuse the School of Excellence for the professions in hospitality, restaurant and culinary arts.
emlyon business school
explore, learn and imagine new ways of doing things
emlyon business school positions itself around the “early maker” concept. The maker movement was born 10 years ago around the Do-It-Yourself principle. Initially a concept that applied to DIY enthusiasts, it gradually spread to the world of digital and start-ups, uniting a whole community of creators, artisans, entrepreneurs, artists and educators in its wake. It signals a transformation from invention to innovation, from prototyping to the industrialization of a good idea.
Today, being a maker means controlling your destiny, being the actor and entrepreneur of your existence, and moving from Do-It-Yourself to Do-It-Together in a spirit of collaboration. This concept reflects our vision of the entrepreneur: an individual, who tries, experiments, makes mistakes, starts again and learns as they go. The entrepreneur from emlyon business school is a maker and an early mover. He is an early maker.
Studying on an emlyon business school campus is a life experience filled with innovation. All emlyon business school campuses have a number of innovative tools for learning, exchanging and creating: Creativity & Learning Hub, Learning Lab, interactive whiteboards, whiteboard walls, Apple TV/tablet, creativity boards and more…
The business school's historical campus is situated in pleasant, rural surroundings in the town of Ecully. The buildings, located in a large 15-acre park provide 30,000 m² of office and teaching space. In line with the Business School's digitalisation strategy, this space has recently been transformed, notably with the opening of the Learning Hub in 2015 and the 45/4 space in 2016. The new incubator created in 2017 is the first ever Creativity & Learning Hub in Europe.
The new Shanghai campus opened in 2017, in partnership with East China Normal University. With its 5,000 m² building, the campus is situated in the Minhang District in Shanghai and close to the technology park which hosts the R&D centres of large, international firms.
Our Shanghai campus is run by a dedicated team having a great knowledge of local environment (political, economic and commercial, academic…). The emlyon business school community in China already gathers 2,000 people including 600 graduates working locally and maintaining close ties with the local business community.
An ultra-connected and innovative site, the Paris campus is part of emlyon business school’s globalisation approach. The 5,500 m² Haussmann-style campus is located in the heart of Paris, next to "Gare de Lyon" train station. The Global BBA is now offered at our Paris campus.
Ranking & accreditations
emlyon business school is the 2nd French business school to make it into the 2018 Times Higher Education employability ranking and takes 34th place in the world.
The triple accreditation, AACSB, Equis and AMBA, from which emlyon business school has benefited for several years, and on which only 1% of international establishments can pride themselves, proves the long term quality of educational efforts, resources and strategic orientations that emlyon business school can guarantee. It also provides an evaluation of the relevance of what each campus and set of programs have to offer as well as their development plans.