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A sneak peak into the G20!

A sneak peak into the G20!

Thomas Paris , 4th Year student at the American Business School of Paris had just gotten back from Cannes after the closing ceremony of the G20 Summit when he gave us his first impressions. As a member of the Marketing Team and Communications Board for MEDEF (The French Business Confederation) he worked together with the teams to organize the Busin
Study in France and the US

Study in France and the US

“Study in France and the US” The Conference at The American Business School Paris campus, which took place on the 27th of February showcased the advantages of the Anglo-Saxon educational system in today’s vastly shifting economic, political and commercial times. Daniel Curran is the Director of U.S. Operations for EF International1 Language C
ABS what time is it? Time to WIN !

ABS what time is it? Time to WIN !

On this 13th of April the entire student body of The American Business School Paris gathered on our suburb campus of Eaubonne, for our traditional event with the IGS Group: the IGS Sport Trophy. The 10 various schools of the group met to compete in 4 differentsdomains: Basket Ball – Soccer – Volley Ball – Tug Of War. “Some People want it to
Delegation at the United Nations

Delegation at the United Nations

For the first time since the school's creation, The American Business School Paris was represented by a special delegation at the Model United Nations Conference in Paris. This year, three of the most prestigious French universities – Sciences Po, Panthéon-Assas and Panthéon-Sorbonne – decided to join forces to organize a large-scale Model Un
When the French 110 Group goes Elektro...

When the French 110 Group goes Elektro...

ELEKTRO KIF par etienneli On Tuesday, 4th October 2011, the American Business School French Elementary Group has met at the last station of Line 8, Creteil to visit a very modern show which was choreographed by Blanca Li. The show took place in the "Grande Salle" of the theatre and was a new and very modern interpretation of Electro Street Dance, E
IACBE Conference - April 2012

IACBE Conference - April 2012

"The Board of Directors, the Board of Commissioners, and the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) staff are pleased to report that the Assembly's 2012 Annual Conference held in Kansas City Missouri, USA was a tremendous success!" (cf IACBE's article) The conference (April 18 – 21 2012) enjoyed record attendance this ye
Superbowl 2012

Superbowl 2012

Football for us in France is a sacred game that everyone follows and loves, but in US football is also as popular maybe even more…but this same term designs a different sport overseas. This Sunday, February 5th 2012, the most important game of the year, the Super Bowl was held - the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL).
Why do a semester abroad in Paris?

Why do a semester abroad in Paris?

Of course, we could tell you about the magic of Paris...the lights, the river banks, the wine, the cuisine...or we could go on about the Eiffel Tour, museums, photo exhibitions, nights out and summer festivals...but let's take a look at last semster's combo events organized by our French teacher, Mrs. Danièle Katz and the exchange students partici

PAB Meeting, October 11th 2011

“The professional world is different from the student life, and the young student has to accept the differences, the rules and adapt rapidly to this new world during an internship.” This was one of the most frequent remark during the Professional Advisory Board (PAB) of the American Business School that was held on October 11th. Mrs. Nazima Can
Career Day, October 19th 2011

Career Day, October 19th 2011

On wednesday 19th of october, The American Business School held the first edition of its "Career Day" event. The event aimed alumni, either looking for a job or seeking coaching advices to better promote themselves. Through small size workshops, the goal was to help them reinforce their abilites an d emphasize on their specific skills to boost thei