INSEEC Business School

The INSEEC Business School (L'Institut des hautes études économiques et commerciales) is a French Business School, with campuses in Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Chambéry, and London, Monaco, Geneva, Shanghai and San Francisco, with dual degrees affiliated universities across Europe, America and Asia, as well as 340 international study-abroad agreements. It was founded in 1975 in Bordeaux under the Groupe INSEEC.

INSEEC Business School
Institut des hautes études économiques et commerciales
TypeBusiness school
Established1975
DeanJacques Chaniol
Academic staff
115
Students22,000
Location,
CampusUrban
ColorsGrey and Yellow          
AffiliationsChapitre des Écoles de Management, AMBA, UGEI, EFMD and AACSB.
Websitehttp://www.inseec-bs.com

INSEEC is a French school that trains Executives and business leaders. It is one of a number of European universities to have the accredition of Conférence des grandes écoles (CGE), UGEI, AMBA, and EFMD.

The Group focuses its development in the areas of wine and spirits, digital, real estate and sport. Along with the Grande Ecole Masters in Management Program, specialty Msc. programs are offered across different business service, as well as having a Wine and Spirits Institute, and an MSc. in Aeronautic and Spatial Engineering in partnership with the one of France's top Engineering Schools Arts et Métiers ParisTech (ENSAM). Entrance to the program is mostly through preparatory exams.

INSEEC Business School is the Grande Ecole de Commerce of Groupe INSEEC. The INSEEC Group, founded in 1975, has become a leading French higher education group.

The INSEEC Group is based in Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Chambéry, and London, Monaco, Geneva, Shanghai and San Francisco. The INSEEC Group brings together a Grande Ecole de Management (INSEEC Business School) (INSEEC Bachelor, BBA INSEEC-European Business School, American BBA INSEEC-MBA Institute, INSEEC MSc & MBA, INSEEC Wine & Spirits Institute, Sup Career) (INSEEC Executive Education, CESNI, Luxury Attitude, Customer Experience, La Cité des Langues), Schools of Communication, Creation and Digital (Sup de Pub, Sup de Creation, Créa) Atout Sup). EBS Paris, ESCE, and ECE joined INSEEC Group in 2016.

The INSEEC Group has 22,000 students; 8,000 managers and employees in continuing education; more than 80,000 alumni; 370 permanent professors and 150 research/ teachers. There 4 campuses in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Chambéry), 5 campuses abroad (Geneva, Monaco, London, San Francisco, Shanghai) and more than 340 international academic partners. And the annual budget is €220M in 2017.

References

  1. "INSEEC Business School". parisetudiant.com.

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