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The Collège de Paris opens a new office in India

As part of Olivier de Lagarde’s mission in India, the Collège de Paris opened its first representative office in India in Mumbai. The management of the office was entrusted to Asif Syed, former student of Paris ESLSCA Business School.

The office in India will have two main missions: promote the educational offer of the Collège de Paris to Indian candidates wishing to study abroad; and develop cooperation with Indian institutions in order to relocate reference programs.

Priority will be given to the promotion of the following programs: Luxury and Fashion Management; Management of Gastronomy and Oenology; International Marketing; Digital Marketing. These courses aim at students already holding a Bachelor’s degree in India.

The relocation of the different trainings will depend on local demands. It can take the form of franchises or mixed programs with a semester of studies in India and a semester of studies in France. Several Indian schools have already expressed interest in Lotus Business School in Pune.

After China, Morocco, Cameroon and Senegal, the Mumbai office is the fourth representation abroad of the Collège de Paris since 2011.

Published by Carole de Fussy
On 21 December 2016