The Bachelor of International Business Administration (BIBA) at Montpellier Business School is in the top 3 French business management bachelor programmes.

The BIBA programme at Montpellier Business School stood out this year, having been ranked 2nd in the 2015 best Bachelors rankings by French magazine “Le Parisien”.

This latest ranking confirms the national rankings 2015 (1st place in the “MOCI”; 1st place in “Orientations”; 2nd in the “SMBG” standings) that previously recognised Bachelor of Montpellier Business School as an excellent training programme with very strong international dimension sand strong employment prospects.

"In the space of a few years, this program has been able to rise gradually in the French standings, something that we’re very proud," says Professor Dr. Cyril Mandou, Director of the programme. "This "Project Manager for International Business and Marketing” programme has national RNCP certification (level 2) and has been labelled "Bachelor of International Business Administration” by Montpellier Business School." Since 2013 it has been recognised by the French government as a BAC +3 level and prepares the futures of over 450 students per year. Opened as a sandwich course for final years, it is also listed as a specialisation tourism and is expected to grow with a booming market."

The comparison of each criterion to the 2014 rankings shows an overall increase with extra room for areas of development, attractiveness, internationalisation, internships and occupational integration. This increase is the result of an on-going commitment to quality in increased competition in France. The Bachelor programme of Montpellier Business School is a real opportunity for very short, operational studies that gives students the choice of whether or not to continue their studies in more specialised areas. Accessible post BAC, BAC +1 or +2, it responds to the acquisition of general academic knowledge and to the development of professional skills that companies search for in their middle management.

Backed by the many partner companies of Montpellier Business School, the employment rate of its under-25 graduates progresses despite particularly difficult economic times. When asked by families and students about "what to do after high school leaving exam" the Bachelor of Montpellier Business School opens its doors to everyone every month with dedicated open days.