Accréditation 25 June 2019

EPAS re-accredits the Master in International Management


The international appeal of TSL consolidated


Delivered by the EFMD, the accreditation attests the pertinence of an academic program, the quality of the academic team, welcoming of students and international opportunities. EPAS is only awarded to management programs with a strong international outlook.

Taught 100% in English, TSM’s Master in International Management prepares students for management in a multicultural environment. The overwhelming majority of graduates from the program go on to work abroad or for French companies with a strong international presence.

For Hervé PENAN, Director of TSM:

The fourth renewal of our EPAS accreditation for our Master of International Management is a big success for us. EPAS accreditation is an essential asset to capitalize on the international development of our School. Our students, our academic staff and alumni are thrilled to be a part of the EFMD active network.”

Research with an international outreach

TSM’s excellent international academic reputation can also be attributed to TSM Research, one of only 4 research laboratories recognised as a CNRS (National Centre of Research). TSM Research constitutes 47 faculty members. Since 2014, they published 190 international publications.

Regarding the TSM PDH Program, it currently receives 60 doctorate students, of which the majority are international. All TSM doctoral students are financed and they dedicate 4 years to their thesis.

TSM, resolutely looking towards the international

Let us remember that in October 2017, Toulouse IAE became Toulouse School of Management (TSM).

For Hervé PENAN, director :

“The name ‘Toulouse School of Management’ came about naturally: we are asserting our commitment to Toulouse and to our discipline, that of management. In a city known for its scientific, technological and economic wealth, TSM offers a new way to develop the talents of a community of enterprising students. By the end of 2020, we will recruit more international faculty members. We also launched several learning programs in English only and forged prestigious partnerships. Changing our name, 18 months ago, was an evidence of our international aspirations.”