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Why donate?

You support a visionary institution dedicated to educational excellence and committed to changing the traditional business school training model.
You participate in SKEMA's development, in France and internationally, to further strengthen its leadership and propel it to the highest rank.
You invest in projects with high societal value dedicated to the success of all SKEMA talents.
You pass on to the next generation the best that your school has given you, both in your professional life and in your personal development.
You show that you belong to the SKEMA community by remaining an active, committed member and by investing in its future.
Your gift is considered a donation and 66% of your gift amount can be deducted from your income tax (up to 20% of taxable income) and 75% from your real estate wealth tax (IFI),up to € 50,000.

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In accordance with the French law "Informatique et libertés", you may exercise your right to access and rectify your personal data by writing: or by post: SKEMA Business School, Avenue Willy Brandt, 59777 Euralille


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By making a donation to SKEMA Business School, you support a school recognized by multiple national and international accreditations.

SKEMA's accounts are published and validated each year by the Cour des Comptes (French Court of Auditors) due to its status as an association under the French law of 1901, an institution of higher education recognized as being of general interest (EESPIG).