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巴黎高等技术与管理学院
Paris School of Technology and Management
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PSTM属于法国高等教育体系中高等商学院之一,办学资质受法国劳工部认可,颁发受法国教育部及中国教育部双重认证BTS学士硕士文凭。与此同时,专业项目及毕业生质量得到法国社会高度认可。自学校办学以来,凭借独特的教学理念及先进的管理模式,秉承创新精神为法中两国各大企业输送了无数商界精英。

PSTM以国际化办学作为教学核心,99%毕业生能够在在短期入职。专业类目不断发展,师资力量不断丰盈。学校实施的学徒制办学模式使它在大量商校中脱颖而出。学校采取的学徒制培训对应于一种法国独特的教育培训系统,学生在学院进行理论学习和在企业实践二者以周期性交替进行。该教学法为学生提供了学以致用的实践经验可以帮助学生毕业后融入法国职场。

PSTM 巴黎高等技术与管理学院于2023年搬至巴黎92省拉德芳斯区,是巴黎都会区首要的中心商务区。新校区为来自世界各地的国际学生提供了学习法语体验法式生活的理想契机。

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PSTM 提供8年制教育文凭, 即3年的学士阶段2年硕士阶段3年博士阶段。 如果学生在获得高考成绩后进入PSTM学院学习, 在直入专业的情况下, 三年级毕业后可获得本科学士文凭, 再读两年可获得硕士文凭, 再继续深造三年可获得博士学位。 由于学校与各大跨国公司有相关合作, 因此, 进入PSTM 就读的学生有机会去其他各国实习工作,丰富眼界和经验。

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课程设置符合国际精英商学院联合会(AACSB)标准
各专业课程都由经济,法律,管理学及法国通识文化等通识基础课程专业课程组成。
学院注重口语表达能力的培养,因此,各种形式的口头演讲将作为部分考核标准。
学院提供一系列专业实践项目,旨在锻炼学生发现问题并解决问题的能力。
开设有针对性的学生就业指导课程,帮助学生进行个人价值挖掘及个人职业规划的探索。


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Lebanon
The borders of contemporary Lebanon are a product of the Treaty of Sèvres of 1920. Its territory was in the core of the Bronze Age Canaanite (Phoenician) city-states. As part of the Levant, it was part of numerous succeeding empires throughout ancient history, including the Egyptian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Achaemenid Persian, Hellenistic, Roman and Sasanian Persian empires.

After the 7th-century Muslim conquest of the Levant, it was part of the Rashidun, Umayyad, Abbasid Seljuk and Fatimid empires. The crusader state of the County of Tripoli, founded by Raymond IV of Toulouse in 1102, encompassed most of present-day Lebanon, falling to the Mamluk Sultanate in 1289 and finally to the Ottoman Empire in 1516.[31] With the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, Greater Lebanon fell under French mandate in 1920,[32] and gained independence under president Bechara El Khoury in 1943. Lebanon's history since independence has been marked by alternating periods of relative political stability and prosperity based on Beirut's position as a regional center for finance and trade, interspersed with political turmoil and armed conflict (1948 Arab–Israeli War, Lebanese Civil War 1975–1990, 2005 Cedar Revolution, 2006 Lebanon War, 2007 Lebanon conflict, 2006–08 Lebanese protests, 2008 conflict in Lebanon, 2011 Syrian Civil War spillover, and 2019–20 Lebanese protests).[33]

Ancient Lebanon
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Map of Phoenicia and trade routes
Evidence dating back to an early settlement in Lebanon was found in Byblos, considered among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.[17] The evidence dates back to earlier than 5000 BC. Archaeologists discovered remnants of prehistoric huts with crushed limestone floors, primitive weapons, and burial jars left by the Neolithic and Chalcolithic fishing communities who lived on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea over 7,000 years ago.[34]

Lebanon was part of northern Canaan, and consequently became the homeland of Canaanite descendants, the Phoenicians, a seafaring people who spread across the Mediterranean in the first millennium BC.[35] The most prominent Phoenician cities were Byblos, Sidon and Tyre, while their most famous colonies were Carthage in present-day Tunisia and Cádiz in present-day Spain. The Phoenicians are credited with the invention of the oldest verified alphabet, which subsequently inspired the Greek alphabet and the Latin one thereafter.[36] The cities of Phoenicia were incorporated into the Persian Achaemenid Empire by Cyrus the Great in 539 BCE.[37] The Phoenician city-states were later incorporated into the empire of Alexander the Great following the siege of Tyre in 332 BC.[37]

In 64 BC, the Roman general Pompey the Great had the region of Syria annexed into the Roman Republic. The region was then split into two Imperial Provinces under the Roman Empire, Coele Syria and Phoenice, the latter which the land of present-day Lebanon was a part of.

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The Fall of Tripoli to the Egyptian Mamluks and destruction of the Crusader state, the County of Tripoli, 1289
The region that is now Lebanon, as with the rest of Syria and much of Anatolia, became a major center of Christianity in the Roman Empire during the early spread of the faith. During the late 4th and early 5th century, a hermit named Maron established a monastic tradition focused on the importance of monotheism and asceticism, near the Mediterranean mountain range known as Mount Lebanon. The monks who followed Maron spread his teachings among Lebanese in the region. These Christians came to be known as Maronites and moved into the mountains to avoid religious persecution by Roman authorities.[38] During the frequent Roman–Persian Wars that lasted for many centuries, the Sassanid Persians occupied what is now Lebanon from 619 till 629.[39]

During the 7th century, the Muslim Arabs conquered Syria establishing a new regime to replace the Byzantines. Though Islam and the Arabic language were officially dominant under this new regime, the general populace nonetheless only gradually converted from Christianity and the Syriac language. The Maronite community, in particular, managed to maintain a large degree of autonomy despite the succession of rulers over Lebanon and Syria.

The relative (but not complete) isolation of the Lebanese mountains meant the mountains served as a refuge in the times of religious and political crises in the Levant. As such, the mountains displayed religious diversity and the existence of several well-established sects and religions, notably, Maronites, Druze, Shiite Muslims, Ismailis, Alawites and Jacobites.


Byblos is believed to have been first occupied between 8800 and 7000 BC[40] and continuously inhabited since 5000 BC,[41] making it among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.[42][43] It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.[44]
During the 11th century, the Druze religion emerged from a branch of Shia Islam.
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