Since 1998, Neofaculty provide training courses for professionals to get a certification degree or a diploma. We have references all over the world. StratLab is a research lab of Neofaculty Europe.
2018: 1st European Accreditation
2014: Strat Lab was created
2009: 1st Executive Program
2000: Partnership with Sciences Po Paris
1998: Foundation of Neofaculty
Innovation: Disruptive Research is a New Approach.
Produce scientific knowledge to design new products and services.
Our research program adapts fundamental research to the needs of the market with the aim of creating disruptive innovations. Benefit from research as leverage to develop a competitive advantage and create new markets.
For our researchers, no matter what the object of research is, the answer is in the community and in the multidisciplinarity.
Enable companies to conquer new markets, implement new processes, or design a new approach to services. Being a partner or sponsor of a research program means benefiting from outsourced, disruptive, multidisciplinary R & D, dedicated to the company during the entire research program.
Our school is a member fully accredidate of the «European Federation of Schools» (FEDE), a supranational institution with participative status with the Council of Europe. The FEDE responds to developments in the higher education and vocational sector. It is a structured network of more than 500 international institutions to promote educational cooperation, networking between member schools and international gateways (student and / or faculty mobility). The organization promotes the international readability of training courses through common standards and diplomas.
Our school has been welcoming employees for more than 15 years, implementing a personal initiative or coming at the initiative of their company. The school offers the most comprehensive offer of degree programs dedicated to executive managers.
An International Opening
International relations are one of the strategic priorities of our school, with international research partnerships, the registration of international mobility in curricula, the recruitment of foreign professors and students and the creation of courses in French, in English and Spanish.