Infrastructure

NEOMA Business School provides its professors with an appropriate, friendly working environment, conducive to research. Several high-level support systems are available to faculty, throughout their research projects.

A personalised agenda

Professors develop their own agenda, with the support of their Head of Department. This proactive approach frees up  time to work exclusively on to research. It also promotes the development of initiatives to support research during the coming year: training, workshops, "brown bag seminars" (interdisciplinary research presentations), etc.

A high-level mentoring programme

We offer a mentoring programme to professors who feel they need it. This partnership with an experienced professor provides individual support for more junior researchers and leads to a research project for joint publication.

Numerous funding schemes

Outside funding - "GRANTS"

Many NEOMA Business School partners support research projects via dedicated funding (local authorities, European Commission, etc.). An administrative team of three helps professors to prepare local, national and international funding applications.

Internal funding

NEOMA Business School also supports relevant research projects through a number of internal funding schemes (eg. "Seed Money Programme" for promising new projects). To benefit from this support, the researcher must demonstrate the study's alignment with the School's strategic vision and its impact on society. .

Corporate research partnerships

NEOMA Business School works in partnership with businesses to help them solve their problems. Our researchers help them by conducting research. Learn more about "learning partnerships"

Research infrastructure for behavioural studies - "Behavioural Lab"

All our professors can use the "Behavioural Lab" for their research projects. This research laboratory focuses on consumer behaviour. Specially designed equipment can be used to conduct cutting-edge studies: consumer behaviour, behavioural finance and organisational behaviour for example.

Dedicated language support

A copyeditor provides professors with individual support to improve the language in their research papers for international academic journals. The copy-editor also hosts regular seminars entitled "Writing for scholarly publications" to increase the chances of publication in these highly selective journals.