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In line with its development strategy, Essec Business School is to form an international advisory board. The board will comprise 21 figures from the financial, political and academic arenas and will represent a number of countries. It will meet annually and look at the French school’s strategic decisions, including teaching, development and internationalisation.

Members will include Michel Rocard, former prime minister of France, and Narayana Murthy, chief executive officer of Infosys.

Essec inaugurated its third campus, the Essec Asian Center, in Singapore last month.


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