Does IB prepare you for university? Will it be different? Is the transition difficult? Is it hard to balance your academic, social and daily chores? Do you have the best time? Is it different as compared to high school? Is it too cold during winter?
YES. Living in a new country, I initially thought that it would be hard to have conversations with the people due to the difference in interests. But it all works out and you have the best time of your life. You stay up together with your new friends, procrastinate together, cry together before an exam, or pull all-nighters for no reason. During the week, its hell just like IB but after Thursday, you enjoy, meet new people every weekend, get lost in the woods and have new experiences. By meeting people from different countries, you learn so much about different cultures and experience different functions. You change as a person because you have to be responsible but can be irresponsible. In a few words, “College is academically and socially challenging, but rewarding.”
-Krtin Juneja (OIS Class of 2019)
Candidate for BS, Data Analytics and Business Studies
TBS has campuses in 5 places in the world - Morocco- Casablanca, Paris, Barcelona (oldest one), London, Toulouse
Fee is EUR 7500-8000 per year
Deposit is €4000
10% discount if you do your application before December
Bachelor program is Accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
TBS belongs to very few business school’s that have these accreditations.
Values of the school- Excellence, responsibility, boldness, openness, agility.
25% international students.
5000 students in different programs (5650) and 350 staff
50% international professors - everyone speaks English
102 resident faculty
55 international Double Degree Programs
80 nationalities Represented
Three year program with specialization in year 3
Internships are compulsory
200+ partner universities
520 short programs (summer or winter)
140 Masters in Management agreements with partner universities (with accredited universities) in 48 countries
Research center is also highly regarded
Everyone is engaged in the research labs
Learning labs on campus - digital teaching, changing educational ways of teaching
New learning areas, innovation days, digital certification, workshops
They are the first business school to be part of the 40 Business schools in France.
TBS is first to get recognized for digital innovation
One of the Best ranked programs in France accredited by the French state and international accreditation too.
40% students go to work
60% students go to masters programs
Year 1 - choose a campus to start - Toulouse or Barcelona
Year 2- choose another location for semester abroad
Year 3 - choose a campus to specialize OR double degree options (Germany, Indonesia and Mauritius. Curtin university in Australia- coming soon)
112 international partner universities
Year 3 specialization - International electives, Business area , Professional path
Multi campus organization
630 students - 45 different nationalities
Only one bachelor's program
10 year old college
New campus in 2021 along with students residence next door
Partner University options in semester 4 for Barcelona students
Year 3 specializations -- Human resource management, Finance, Operation marketing
Or professional path - Luxury and fashion management, Entrepreneurship, Digital marketing
School was born under the umbrella of the chamber of commerce
3 excellence scholarships
5 TBS study abroad scholarships are available.
So far, I have been loving university life. There's a sense of satisfaction that I receive when I do my own laundry, cook my own meals and generally just have complete control over the affairs of my daily life. The actual academic part of university is brutal (maybe it's because all my courses are science and science labs) but having done a course in high school that already built skills that you need in uni, it almost felt natural to get back to the late nights and never ending lists of things to do. IB was hard but university is definitely more challenging in a completely unique way. It sounds cliche but it tests me both as a student and a person. Interacting with many different kinds of people can really change the way you view the world and your place in the world. I have been discovering new things about myself as a person everyday.
-Noyonika Parulekar (Class of 2019)