Are you a high school student in Hong Kong or France interested in pursuing a degree program combining engineering and management in France? Join us online for a roundtable on Blockchain on September 30th.

The French Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macao and Campus France organize an online and offline event on Blockchain on September 30, 2022 with the University of Hong Kong, the Baptist University of Hong Kong and five prestigious French institutions: Centrale Nantes, IESEG School of Management, Skema Business School, ECV (Creative Schools and Communities) and AICP (Académie Internationale de Coupe de Paris). Two interdisciplinary round tables will be held for students and professors to engage in a stimulating exchange of ideas on Blockchain in different professional fields. The opportunities that France offers in terms of higher education in this field will also be presented.

Professor Luisa Silva, Co-Director of BBA Big Data & Management at Centrale Nantes and Richard Randriatoamanana, Researcher at Centrale Nantes, will participate in the panel “Perspectives for the Future” from 17:00 to 18:00 (Hong Kong time) / 11:00 to 12:00 (French time).

The panel will explore how Blockchain technology is transforming the face of different sectors, from banking and finance to urban planning. It is also an opportunity to learn more about BBA Big Data & Management, a four-year degree program, that is jointly taught in English of Centrale Nantes e Audencia Business School, combining engineering and management in the field of data collection, analysis and management.

BBA Big Data and Management

  • Four years of blended learning – at the end of the demanding four-year program, graduates will have acquired a unique blend of advanced technical skills (Advanced Computing, Data Analysis, Cloud Computing) and cross-functional management skills (finance, management, marketing and strategy).
  • International exhibition – Program fully taught in English to a mixed cohort of French and international students in a multicultural learning environment. Students will spend at least 15 months abroadincluding two semesters held at a partner university or their respective offshore campuses.
  • Meeting market demand in new professions – the program aims to respond to the growing market demand, in France and internationally, for double managerial and technical competence in the collection, processing and analysis of data to improve business performance. The company’s involvement in the curriculum is therefore essential to ensure that it is fully in line with market expectations.

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