Établissement d\'enseignment supérieur technique privé et consulaire reconnu par

05:43 Mar 5, 2019
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French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial - Education / Pedagogy / Diploma for masters degree in business
French term or phrase: Établissement d\'enseignment supérieur technique privé et consulaire reconnu par
Does anyone have suggestions on how to translate the following:

"ÉCOLE SUPÉRIEURE DE COMMERCE DE ROUEN -- Établissement d'enseignment supérieur technique privé et consulaire reconnu par l'État"


In particular I'm not sure how to translate "consulaire" here because I'm not so familiar with the French education system

Also would "reconnu" in this context be "licensed", or is it less formal than that, like I should just use "recognized"?


thank you for any suggestions
nonaga
Local time: 03:51


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3Rouen Business School
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Rouen Business School


Explanation:
See the school's website. French grad schools have taken English names.

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Note added at 50 mins (2019-03-05 06:33:23 GMT)
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"Reconnu" just means that the diploma from this school is officially recognized by the national education system. (There is a list in France called the RNCP.)


    Reference: http://www.neoma-bs.fr/decouvrez-neoma-bs/campus/rouen
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Local time: 12:51
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Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you Trevino translations! Thank you for giving more information on "reconnu", it's very helpful. But I feel like I can't really choose this as an answer though, because my questions was about the subtitle. Thank you anyway!


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  Tony M: Yes, but Asker was looking for the details in the sub-title.
33 mins
  -> Yes, and I explained "reconnu". As for "consulaire", somone else addressed that in discussion.
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