The Ecole Dauphine d’Assurance recognized as a center of excellence for the education of insurance

Last January 7, Laurent Batsch, president of Paris-Dauphine University and Eric Lombard, general manager of Generali France and president of the Université de l’Assurance (Insurance University), inaugurated the Ecole Dauphine d’Assurance (Dauphine School of Insurance) with the president of the French federation of insurance companies (FFSA), Bernard Spitz and the chairman of GEMA, Pascal Demurger.

The insurance syllabus delivered in the Paris-Dauphine University attracts 500 students scattered around eight training sections, each having a level equivalent to the Master’s degree. The Ecole Dauphine d’Assurance is well recognized as a center of excellence for the advanced education of insurance.

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