ENCOURAGING A TASTE for PERFORMANCE

Sport is in EDHEC’s DNA. It provides direction and fulfilment, and plays an important role in the programmes as well as in life on campus. Team spirit, commitment, social inclusiveness and respect – values in line with EDHEC’s business view – make practising a sport a natural part of the educational programme. Sport teams are also a major driver of cohesion in the EDHEC Community, which meets regularly to support students who are registered in internal and external competitions and events.

 

SPORT AT EDHEC

made in EDHEC champions

  • Alizée Morel, Champion of France, swimming, in 2017
  • Thibault Bekkat, individual bronze medal, foil, in the 2017 French university championships
  • Maxime Pasquier, national bronze medal, sabre, in the 2017 French junior championship
  • Emma Cattier, 2017 inter-regional university champion, épée
  • Mixed tennis, 3rd nationally in the 2017 French Business School Cup
  • Men’s volleyball, 4th nationally in the 2017 French Business School Cup
  • Men’s football, 5th nationally in the 2017 French Business School Cup
  • Men’s basketball, 7th in the 2017 French university championships
  • Men’s basketball, 10th in the 2017 French Business School Cup
  • Women’s handball team, 10th in the 2017 French Business School Cup
  • Rugby team, 8th in the 2017 French university championships
  • Indoor hockey team, 11th in the 2017 French university championships  

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