Excelia Business School offers business and management courses at undergraduate level: Bachelor Business (BB) and BBA International and at master’s level a general Masters in Management (MiM) and a suite of Specialised MScs. Programmes focus on the core business disciplines as well as on wider social, ethical, technological and environmental issues impacting current business strategy. Teaching is supported by practical application and strengthened by faculty research set within a diverse international faculty and student body. La Rochelle Business School was one of the first French Business schools to formally integrate into its curriculum its experiential and personal development programme (EDP). All students complete the EDP programme which includes taught modules, seminars, integrated internships, one on one coaching and guest lectures delivered by academic advisors, business professionals, consultants and coaches.
Humacité is the cornerstone of the experiential learning programme - a mandatory humanitarian, social or civic service learning initiative in France or abroad as part of the business management studies. Humacité aims to train responsible managers, as part of the School’s manifesto of ethical and responsible business behaviour. It exposes students to cultural, social, economic, political and religious differences and thus helps to develop humanitarian values, through commitment to people in need or difficulty or who are disadvantaged or deprived of their fundamental rights. A requirement of all the programmes, the School works with more than 2200 not-for-profit or community-based organisations worldwide providing more than 6575 Humacité projects in areas such as Education, Public Service, Citizens Rights and the Environment.