Best Schools & Universities in Nice and France 2020

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On this page you can search for Universities, Colleges and Business schools in Nice. You will easily find all information about the top ranked universities in Nice. Click on"Read more" for a detailed description of the university and an overview of the study programs offered.

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Get an excellent theoretical education as well as the opportunity to work with European top research facilities and leading business partners. The education includes an internship in which students, t ... Read More

Get an excellent theoretical education as well as the opportunity to work with European top research facilities and leading business partners. The education includes an internship in which students, teachers, and our business partners develop a project for your Master's thesis. Read less
Budapest , Espoo , Paris , Berlin , London , Trento , Eindhoven , Madrid , Stockholm , Rennes , Turku , Tallinn , Bologna , Nice , Milan + 14 More Less

Located in the heart of Paris, IPAG Business School offers international students the exciting opportunity to experience a lively urban environment alongside their academic studies.

Located in the heart of Paris, IPAG Business School offers international students the exciting opportunity to experience a lively urban environment alongside their academic studies. Read less
Paris , Nice , London , Edinburgh , New York , Sydney , Cardiff + 6 More Less

The Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE) was created in 1954. Its founders, in particular Alexandre Marc, understood the urgent necessity to train professionals and citizens in the subj ... Read More

The Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE) was created in 1954. Its founders, in particular Alexandre Marc, understood the urgent necessity to train professionals and citizens in the subject of a united Europe. CIFE is a private non-profit-making international organisation which includes several European studies courses as well as conferences, seminars and publications. Read less
Berlin , Nice , Brussels , Budapest , Canterbury , Rome , Istanbul , Tunis + 7 More Less

ESRA is a French Film School, created in 1972, it is the only private school entitled by the French government to issue and deliver a State degree (French bachelor).

ESRA is a French Film School, created in 1972, it is the only private school entitled by the French government to issue and deliver a State degree (French bachelor). Read less
Paris , Nice , Rennes , Brussels + 3 More Less

Created by and for entrepreneurs, EDHEC has embodied the fundamental values of business for over a century.

Created by and for entrepreneurs, EDHEC has embodied the fundamental values of business for over a century. Read less
Nice , Paris , Roubaix + 2 More Less

Everything we do is about the IES Abroad student. Our profoundly passionate team of study abroad professionals believes in creating once-in-a-lifetime educational adventures that transcend expectation ... Read More

Everything we do is about the IES Abroad student. Our profoundly passionate team of study abroad professionals believes in creating once-in-a-lifetime educational adventures that transcend expectations. Our goal is to rock the world of some 6,000 study abroad students every year. Read less
Chicago , Amsterdam , Arles , Auckland , Barcelona , Beijing , Berlin , Buenos Aires , Cape Town , Christchurch , Dublin , Freiburg , Granada , London , Madrid , Milan , Nagoya , Nantes , New York , Nice , Paris , Oxford , Quito , Rabat , Rome , Salamanca , Santiago , Shanghai , Siena , Sydney , Tokyo , Puerto Ayora , Vienna , Hong Kong , Puerto Baquerizo Moreno , Cambridge + 35 More Less

Université Côte d’Azur is a recently created cluster of higher education establishments on the French Riviera that brings together all the major players in higher education and research in the region. ... Read More

Université Côte d’Azur is a recently created cluster of higher education establishments on the French Riviera that brings together all the major players in higher education and research in the region. Université Côte d’Azur aims to develop a new, 21st-century model for French universities, based on new interactions between disciplines, a new form of coordination between research, teaching, and innovation, and strong partnerships with the private sector and local authorities. In January 2016, Université Côte d’Azur won a prestigious “IDEX” award from the French government for its UCAJEDI project, placing it among the top 10 world-class, comprehensive universities in France. Read less

The Sustainable Design School is domiciled in the building “The Crown”, emblematic place of the Eco-Campus on the Eco Valley of the Plain of Var in Nice. Our school shares its premises with iconic com ... Read More

The Sustainable Design School is domiciled in the building “The Crown”, emblematic place of the Eco-Campus on the Eco Valley of the Plain of Var in Nice. Our school shares its premises with iconic companies like IBM and startups known for their innovations. Read less

See the world, experience a new culture, and make friends from around the world as you prepare for your global future. EF's fun and interactive classes help you learn faster while living the language ... Read More

See the world, experience a new culture, and make friends from around the world as you prepare for your global future. EF's fun and interactive classes help you learn faster while living the language first hand. Read less
Tokyo , Madrid , Marbella , Barcelona , Rome , Berlin , Munich , Beijing , Paris , Nice + 9 More Less

Situated in Nice, in Cimiez area, between the Matisse and Chagall museums, our institution covers an area of 1000 square meters.

Situated in Nice, in Cimiez area, between the Matisse and Chagall museums, our institution covers an area of 1000 square meters. Read less

At the heart of the Mediterranean Basin, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis has developed a vivid cosmopolitan spirit. A prestigious training and research institution, a broad range of high-quality teac ... Read More

At the heart of the Mediterranean Basin, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis has developed a vivid cosmopolitan spirit. A prestigious training and research institution, a broad range of high-quality teaching programs and a privileged study environment has drawn an ever-growing number of scholars and professionals from around the world to the French Riviera. Read less

Epitech has solidified its reputation as a leading educational institution transforming a passion for computer science into expertise, opening doors to high-potential employment opportunities comparab ... Read More

Epitech has solidified its reputation as a leading educational institution transforming a passion for computer science into expertise, opening doors to high-potential employment opportunities comparable to those enjoyed by graduates from the elite French Universities. Read less
Paris , Bordeaux , Lille , Lyon , Marseille , Montpellier , Nancy , Nantes , Nice , Rennes , Strasbourg , Toulouse-le-Château + 11 More Less

École de Condé offers specialised programs in all the fields of design (graphic, interior, fashion and product), graphic arts (illustration, animation and photography) and cultural heritage (restorati ... Read More

École de Condé offers specialised programs in all the fields of design (graphic, interior, fashion and product), graphic arts (illustration, animation and photography) and cultural heritage (restoration, art market) at bachelor level as well as master level. Read less
Lyon , Lyon , Nancy , Nice , Bordeaux , Turin , Paris + 6 More Less

The dawn of the 21st century will be looked back upon as being a period of enormous emergent change and yet one of unbelievable myopia on the part of contemporaries. A bit like how we tend to look bac ... Read More

The dawn of the 21st century will be looked back upon as being a period of enormous emergent change and yet one of unbelievable myopia on the part of contemporaries. A bit like how we tend to look back on the 18th century and ask "how is it that intelligent people could not see what was going on." Globalization, irrespective of whether one concentrates on its pro's or con's, is challenging the very roots of our established governance systems and the processes that used to legitimize the acquisition and use of power. The roles that corporations used to play, as well those of other social actors such as NGO's, are getting modified at an accelerating pace. Demographic changes are causing massive structural modifications in the way the (aging) industrial countries operate relative to the (younger) developing ones. Changes in our physical environment are causing a radical rethink of how resources are being used and to what end. The technologies of digitalization and miniaturization, the twin pillars of the information revolution, are playing havoc with known economic and social structures. The spatial and temporal natures of work relations are changing dramatically and current technicities are becoming commodities. Industry boundaries have become "fuzzy" and the competitive rules are being redefined even as the game is in play. And the list of "signals" goes on and on. Many commentators (and most management education institutions) look upon all this and insist nothing is really that different than before; that the "dot com" bust "proves" that such a thing as the "new economy" does not exist, that the "business of business is business", that all that would be required is a bit of flexibility and speed and a dash of client relations management. In essence, nothing to worry about, one just has to get the "basics" right, the rest will follow. At Theseus, we believe that this is an extremely shortsighted and erroneous assessment of ongoing events and their implications resulting from a mechanical view of social phenomena. Indeed, under the influence of Newton and the celestial mechanics he enunciated, the image of a "machine" has exerted a seemingly irresistible influence on most areas of the social sciences and in particular the study of management. This has led to the belief that once the initial state and equations of motion of a system have been determined, its behavior could be predicted and controlled. If there are any deviations from the predicted sequence of causal events (as there seems to be lately), this can only be due to human errors of reasoning or measurement and the cure has to be found in training people to be technically more proficient. And this is what established management education, where the "manager-as-technician" paradigm still reigns, seems to insist on doing. Yet there has been an explosion of research in adjacent fields challenging our understanding of how the brain and neural systems operate, how cognition and emotions interact, how linguistics and semiotics may contribute to our understanding of the world around us, modifying our views on causality and our ability to control complex systems. There is an intellectual cauldron that is bubbling with exciting new developments and mental habits for understanding and "managing" the world around us. There is a need to incorporate these new developments into our thinking on organizations, markets, business, and management. At Theseus, all of our activities are infused with this excitement and the prospect of going beyond established norms of thinking in a relevant way. We cherish this challenge. The role of the executive has become too serious an occupation to be left to people whose major form of action is a knee-jerk, codified, reaction to shareholder demands. The "hard-nosed" executive of tomorrow is the person who can play with ideas as well as bring closure to a debate. Read less