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ICN Graduate Business School

ICN Business School
Established 1905
Type Private
President Jérôme CABY (Dean)
Location Nancy, France
Website [1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • ICN today 2
    • Labels and Accreditations 2.1
    • Topicality of the school 2.2
  • International partnership 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Created in 1905 by the University of Nancy and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Meurthe-et-Moselle, the Commercial Institute of Nancy became in 2002 Groupe ICN École of management (ICN Business School), private higher educational establishment, recognized by the State, attached by decree to the University Nancy 2.[1][2]

ICN is one of the founding members of the ECRICOME concours, a membership selection competition which it created in partnership with the EDHEC, the ESC Reims and the ESC Rouen in 1987. After the EDHEC left the concours, other schools joined, such as the ESC Toulouse, Euromed Marseille École of Management, the ESC Bordeaux and the ESCEM.

In 2014, ICN will open the doors of its new 10 hectares campus in the heart of Nancy containing the schools of Engineering (Nancy) and the school of Art (Nancy). It is the largest university project of France (see section ARTEM).

Jérôme Caby is the General Director of ICN since April 2, 2009.

ICN has an active network of 8127 graduates throughout the world.

ICN today

Labels and Accreditations

  • Diploma aimed by the State (renewal of the visa in March 2005).
  • Rank of Master conferred by the State to the graduates.
  • Consular higher educational establishment recognized by the State.
  • Founding member of ECRICOME
  • Holder of the Label Supplement to the Diploma.
  • Accredited EQUIS, rewarding the best commercial schools throughout the world, since February 27, 2007.[3]
  • Member of the EFMD.[4]
  • Adherent member and support for the Total Impact (program of UNO for the durable development)

Topicality of the school

In September 2007, the ICN entered the famous masters in management ranking published by the Financial Times[1]. ICN Business School takes down the 29th[5] position among European business schools and the 14th position among French schools. Its international mobility of students (ranked 10th) and career progression (ranked 4th) make it possible to propel the Large Commercial school of Nancy to this level.

Moreover, ICN Business School remains well recognized for the quality of its teaching, in particular in the professional environments, since it was classified 10th by a jury of 200 Directors of recruitment for the "Nouvel Economiste"[6] (all commercial schools and faculties of éco-management) of 2007.

International partnership

ICN Business School has 125 international partners around the world

  • Germany :

Fachhochschule Düsseldorf
Fachhochschule Nürnberg – BETRIEBSWIRT
Grundig Akademie Nürnberg - Bachelor of Business Administration
University of Mannheim
Saarland University
University of Trier
Wissenschaftliche Hochschule für Unternehmensführung Koblenz
Westfälische Wilhelms - University of Münster – KAUFMANN Double Diplôme
European Business School International University Schloss Reichartshausen
Viadrina European University
Fachhochschule Nürtingen

  • England:

University of the West of England (Bristol) – BACHELOR
University of Westminster – Double Diplôme Supply Chain Management

  • Australia:

Southern Cross University

  • Austria:

University of Graz

  • Belgium:

Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Liège)
ICHEC Brussels Management School (Bruxelles)

  • Brazil:

Universidad de Sao Paulo

  • Canada:

Acadia University
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Montréal)
McGill University (Montréal)
Université de Sherbrooke
University Laval (Québec) – MBA (finance, ressources humaines, marketing…) / MBA « Affaires électroniques » - enseignements en ligne
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières – Master Double Diplôme
University of Moncton (Nouveau Brunswick)
Carleton University (Ottawa)

  • China:

City University of Hong Kong
University of Macau
East China University of Science and Technology, Shangai

  • Chile:

Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

  • Colombia :

University of the Andes, Colombia (Bogota)

  • South Korea:

Chung-Ang University

  • Denmark :

Handelshojskolen i Kobenhavn (Copenhagen)
Handelshojskolen i Aarhus

  • Scotland:

Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh) – Master Double Diplôme

  • Spain:

University of Valladolid
University of Salamanca
Complutense University of Madrid
Pontifical University of Comillas (ICADE)
University of Barcelona
Autonomous University of Madrid
University of Seville
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

  • USA:

Boise State University
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh)
Duquesne University (Pittsburgh) – MBA Double Diplôme
Eastern Michigan University
Fashion Institute of Technology (New York)
Georgia Tech (Atlanta) – Master Double Diplôme
Illinois State University
Indiana University of Pennsylvania - MBA Double Diplôme
Roger Williams University
University of Central Florida (Orlando)
University of North Dakota
Western Kentucky University
Westminster College (Fulton, Missouri)

  • Greece:

Athens University of Economics and Business

  • Hungary:

IBS Budapest

  • India:

ICFAI
IIM Indore

  • Ireland:

University College Dublin

  • Israel:

Netanya College (Netanya)

  • Italy:

University of Florence (Florence)
Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS) (Rome)
Università degli Studi di Bologna – Laurea Double Diplôme
University of Turin
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milano)

  • Japan:

Meijo University (Nagoya)
Ritsumeikkan University (Kyoto)

  • Lithuania:

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

  • Morocco:

Ecole d’Administration et de Direction des Affaires (Rabat)
I.S.C.A.E Casablanca

  • Mexico:

Universidad La Salle Mexico - Maestria Double Diplôme
Universidad La Salle Cancun
Universidad La Salle Cuernavaca
Universidad La Salle Pachuca
ITESM Monterrey
Fundación Universidad de las Américas, Puebla (Puebla)

  • Norway:

Molde University College

  • Netherlands:

Hanse Polytechnic Groningen
Maastricht University

  • Peru:

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (Lima)

  • Poland:

West Pomeranian Business School

  • Philippines:

University of Asia and the Pacific (Manille)

  • Portugal:

Lisbon University Institute(Lisbonne)

  • Russia:

Economic Academy G. Plekhanov (Moscow)
MGIMO University (Moscow) Master Double Diplôme

  • Sweden:

Mälardalens Högskola (Västeras)
Hogskolan i Lulea
Umea Universitet - Master Double Diplôme
Växjö University - Master Double Diplôme

  • Switzerland:

Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Winterthur School of Management

  • Thailand:

Mahidol University of Bangkok
Dhurakij Pundit University
Thammasat University (Bangkok)

  • Vietnam:

National University of Economy (Hanoi)

References

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  5. ^ FT.com / Business Education / Masters in management
  6. ^ Classement 2007 des écoles de commerce par Le Nouvel Economiste

External links

  • http://www.icn-groupe.fr the official website of the ICN

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