Written on 19 October 2012.
More than 300 people made the trip. The purpose of this day was to talk to them about EDHEC Business School’s strategy, the ESPEME programme, and the campus. Welcomed by Olivier Oger, dean of EDHEC Business School, and Bernard Curzi, director of ESPEME Nice, the parents were thus informed of the advances in EDHEC’s post-secondary educational programme: new international agreements, strengthening and creation of new third- and fourth-year specialisations. . . . They then toured the campus in small groups led by students and professors: the trading room, the library, the language and computer labs, the e-learning room, and so on. The parents were later able to ask any questions they might have had at the cocktail that closed the day.