The Network has set up governance and pedagogical animation structures that guarantee the sustainability and dynamics of the project.


The board

Missions:

  • Implement the decisions of the General assembly, including the communication policy of the Figure Network;
  • Develop proposals for actions and strategic directions for the Network;
  • Manage day-to-day business.

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The General Assembly

The General Assembly is the administration council of the network.

Missions:

  • Make pedagogical and strategic decisions on the whole spectrum of the network’s actions;
  • Examine the modalities of operation of the network and decide on the corrective actions to be taken;
  • To be a source of proposals on the evolution of the CMI offer and the entry of new members into the network. It is based on the proposals of the Board and the working groups.

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The Accreditation Committee

It is composed of people from outside the Network chosen for their knowledge of higher education and/or the economic world.

Missions:

Guaranteeing the quality of the CMIs with regard to compliance with reference documents (training referential, program quality assessment referential, etc.) :

  • To validate or not the CMIs projects submitted to the Network ;
  • Make recommendations for the improvement of the accredited CMIs ;
  • Check the deployment of CMIs by organising on-site expert visits after two years of operation of CMIs accredited for the first time ;
  • Decide on the re-accreditation of CMIs after 5 years, with recommendations for the improvement of the curricula.

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Business Relations Group

The digital revolution is driving companies to transform their business models, their economic models, their organizations and their management methods at high speed. Thus, no company is immune to the emergence of a player who questions its position. These transformations are no different in nature from those implied by the emergence of previous industrial revolutions, which have profoundly altered the very organization of companies and as well as society. But the speed of transformation has never been so great and therefore raises particular questions.

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The International Relations Commission

  • is based on university policies to promote the incoming and outgoing mobility of CMI students,
  • is developing the internationalization of the CMI.

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Thematic groups

The thematic groups are in charge of defining a repository of learning outcomes by domain under the following headings:

  • the positioning of the domain,
  • the sectors of activity, or even the professions, corresponding to the domain,
  • the expected skills
  • the four components of the Bachelor-Master programme of a CMI in that domain.

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