Chairs and Research Projects
With the aim of developing research and teaching in a particular field, Chairs are created to leverage EMLYON's expertise in response to a sponsor company's particular demands.
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF A CHAIR?
Chairs are designed to help companies develop innovative skills in their industry, whilst helping the Business School to strengthen its expertise by creating case studies, technical notes and working on both fundamental and applied research, often leading to lessons being led jointly by teachers and industry professionals. The aim of this programme is to drive forward management science and practice to meet new international challenges.
- Dedicated teachers
- Highly talented PhD students
- Development & Partnerships support team (for setting up, monitoring and approving the project)
- Seminars and conferences
- Case studies and test subjects for students
- Meetings with specialists
- Creation of a best practice observatory
- Creation of a student training programme
- Promotion of our partners through newsletters, acknowledgements etc.
- TEACHING AND RESEARCH CHAIRS: €250,000 a year over four years or €200,000 a year over 5 years
- STUDY OR RESEARCH PROJECT: €50,000-150,000 a year, renewable
In recent years, we have developed over 20 projects in partnership with Cegid, Areva, CGI, Caisse d’Epargne Rhône-Alpes, Toupargel, City of Lyon and Volvo.
Tax deductibility and other benefits
Under laws governing corporate sponsorship in France, Chair subsidies provide companies with a tax reduction of 60% on donations with a limit of five per thousand of annual turnover.
Our corporate sponsors not only benefit financially but also benefit from having privileged access to our teaching staff and being cited as partners in our publicity materials.
COLLABORATION, INTERACTION AND CONTENT MANAGEMENT CHAIR.
Groupe VOLVO - Guy Bravais - Campus Management, Human Resources Volvo France
"The Volvo Group, represented by Renault Trucks, is strengthening its ties with the EMLYON Business School through its involvement in this Chair. It also sends a strong message about the range of professions and subjects the Group works with."