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INSEEC Business School

INSEEC Business School
Established 1975
Type Business school
Dean Edgard Girard
Students 3500
Location Bordeaux, Paris, Chambery, France
Affiliations AACSB, CGE, EFMD, UGEI

Inseec Business School, (formerly The Institut des hautes études économiques et commerciales) is a "grande école" in the French higher educational system.[1] It holds a rank of 12th among French business schools according to the magazine Challenges.[2] It was founded in the city of Bordeaux in 1975, and then moved to Paris in 1983. Students can choose among 27 programs provied in Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon and London. INSEEC is recognized for its Wine Marketing and Management MBA and its Luxury Brand management Food & Wine MBA. But its main MBA Program is in Audit and Finance.

INSEEC delivers a Master degree (Bac +5, which means in French five years of high studies) with the agreement of the minister of national education. INSEEC is a member of the Chapitre des Écoles de Management; then in 2009, it became an active member of a common exam for preparatory classes to which the school was already associated since 2003. The school is also a member of UGEI, EFMD and AACSB.


  1. ^ Conference des Grandes Ecoles
  2. ^ eduniversal, the first Official Selection of business schools

External links

  • School website

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