From 2008 to 2010, I completed the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA program jointly offered by
Kellogg School of Management
at Northwestern University (USA) and the
WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany).
This two-year, part-time general management program integrated all managerial disciplines,
focusing on a synthesis of US and European management knowledge with a global perspective,
designed to foster the team leadership skills.
Previously, I completed in 2001 a
Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the
of Technology spending the first semester at its European platform
Tech Lorraine, located in Metz, France, and the second semester on the main
campus, in Atlanta, GA.
Opened in 1990, Georgia Tech Lorraine is a
highly innovative program under which an American university offers graduate
programs in Europe allowing us to fulfill the requirements towards the
Master of Science degree from
In addition, Georgia Tech Lorraine offers
a double degree program that combines the Master's degrees from Georgia
Tech with advanced engineering degrees from French Engineering Schools. In
fact, I finished in December 99 my courses at
Graduate School in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, in Paris,
where I specialised myself in Networks and Telecommunications.
French industry and government have long
recognized it as one of the top French school in Electronic Engineering. It
forms part of the French network of Grandes Ecoles financed by the Ministry of
National Education. The school offers a wide variety of graduate, post-graduate
and part-time degrees. The full-time core curriculum which leads to the degree
of E.N.S.E.A. Research and Development Engineer produces 150 graduates a
Before entering ENSEA, I spent two
years at one of France's most prominent preparatory schools, exclusively
concentrating on getting solid hands on mathematics and science. These
two years at Lycée Privé Sainte Geneviève, in
Versailles, near Paris, prepares us to high and competetive French Engineering