While our primary mission is to deliver high-quality academic skills, we also strongly believe that it is by working on the behaviour and personal fulfilment of the student that we can produce rounded and accomplished managers.
In an increasingly complex world, our primary aim is to ensure that tomorrow’s managers are human and humanistic, responsible and accountable.
For this reason, our school endeavours to transmit to all those involved — students, teachers and administrative staff — the core values it holds:
La Rochelle Business School can also be identified by its genuine support for social and cultural diversity. This can be seen in our participation in the social mobility programme (link to the Passerelle Ascenseur Social website) run by the Passerelle association. Because society is diverse, there should be more than just one profile for managers; they should come from all walks of life and be involved in the most varied projects and experiences.