IÉSEG School of Management is a top 10 French business school recognized for the excellence of its programs, its internationalization, and the quality of its research. It has been accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA, making it one of the top 1% of all business schools owning the "triple crown". IÉSEG is ranked in the Financial Times' Best Masters in Management worldwide ranking. It is a member of the "Conférence des Grande Écoles", a group of the best schools in France with campuses in both Lille and Paris.
IÉSEG has a strong international mind set, notably seen in its partnerships with 285+ universities in 69+ countries, and the fact that over 81% of its permanent professors have multicultural backgrounds and experience. The School is made up of about 5500 students, nearly 2400 of whom come from outside of France, who have opportunities for international exchanges and internships to enhance their experience at IÉSEG. The personalized development of each individual is emphasized and there are many opportunities to develop global business perspectives originating from the diverse cultural background in both the faculty and student body.
Type of Program: At IÉSEG School of Management the courses are taught entirely in English at either our campus at Paris, La Défense or in Lille, a well-situated city for international travel (60 minutes to Paris, 80 minutes to London, 30 minutes to Brussels).
The fees range between € 10274 – € 16000 per year. Merit-based scholarships are available for up to 50% tuition-fee waiver.
The next intake will be in September 2019. Online application will be available from October 2018 at https://application.ieseg.fr until end of May, 2019.
Programs start in September with the exception of the MSc in International Business which has intakes in September and January.
The following 1 year International MSc programs are open to those with a Bachelor's degree:
The following 2-year Master in Management program is open to those with a Bachelor's degree from a business-related background. It was ranked 16th worldwide in the Financial Times Ranking for 2016.