In 2019, the Audencia Foundation continues to support the School’s research, teaching and social and cultural inclusion initiatives. In particular, it contributes to the development of key indicators: CSR, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. There has been a significant increase in the number of scholarships in line with the School’s priorities: internationalisation and hybridisation. In 2020, we will be celebrating the Foundation’s 10th anniversary!
Our donors in 2019
Use of donations
A growing support from our graduates
This year, graduates and friends of the School have shown their strong support for the Foundation and its initiatives. Thanks to their unwavering support, this year, 70 students received a scholarship and ten students were given the opportunity to go on a Learning Expedition across the Atlantic.
They could not succeed without your generosity
Amélie-Dominique (FAM 18), Niels (GE 19), Camille (BACH 19) and Manon (SCOM 19) have recently graduated from one of Audencia’s programmes: another attribute they share is that, during their studies…
The “Audencia Touch” in the USA
“An amazing experience“, “A real boost“, “Our brains are working overtime, it’s mind-blowing”, “I feel pumped up and ready to start my own business” … These are comments made by our students upon their return from the Learning Expedition…
Support for businesses and regions
Applying our expertise and audacity to help regions, companies and students
Thanks to the support from new sponsors and our partners, in 2019, the School was able to increase the visibility and promote the sharing of its research, while providing improved academic and financial support for students.
Our sponsors are supporting research
Corporate Social Responsibility is an integral part of Audencia’s DNA…
Academic innovation: a driver of support
Learning Expedition for the Specialised Masters in Marketing Strategies for the Digital Age…
Scholarships: an increase of more than 50% thanks to companies, graduates and friends of the School
En 2019, la Fondation Audencia a permis l’attribution de 69 bourses pour un montant total de plus de 186 000 euros de bourses (soit une augmentation de 54 % par rapport à 2018)…