IÉSEG and its programs are recognized in France by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. This recognition serves as a guarantor for the School’s excellence.
IÉSEG holds the “Triple Crown” of international accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA, and is part of a limited circle of the best business schools worldwide (less than 1%). These accreditations certify IÉSEG’s excellence according to very strict international standards.
IÉSEG is the first French post-baccalaureate business school to be 5-year accredited by the EQUIS label (European Quality Improvement System).
This label is a reference for excellence and highlights outstanding management schools for the quality of their teaching, their innovations, research and for their relations with the business world.
“Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business “is an American organization, which awarded IÉSEG with the AACSB accreditation in 2013 and re-accreditated for 5 more years in 2018.
AACSB rewards business schools for the quality of their management training, based on the academic level of teachers, the relevance of the educational process and the means implemented to allow students to conduct their studies.
By obtaining the Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation, IÉSEG School of Management today joins an elite group of international business schools (less than 1% in the world) that hold the “triple crown” of international accreditations (AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS).
The Association of MBAs uses rigorous assessment criteria to ensure that only highest calibre programs which demonstrate the best standards in teaching, curriculum, and student interaction achieve accreditation. Unlike many business education accreditation bodies it focuses in detail on individual programs (MBAs, DBAs, and Masters in business and management) rather than whole institutions.
Six of IÉSEG’s programs have been evaluated and accredited by AMBA: its Grande École Program, its three MBA programs (Executive MBA, International MBA and MBA in Leadership and Coding), its Master of Science in International Business and it Master of Science in International Business and Technology.
French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation
IÉSEG is fully recognised by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation is evaluated every five years by the national public agency for higher education and research assessment (HCERES). IÉSEG is a non-profit school under contract with the state.
IÉSEG is also authorised by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation to deliver the ‘Grade de Master’ for its Grande Ecole Program.
The Bachelor in International Business (“Diplôme d’Études Supérieures en Affaires Internationales”) is accredited by the French Higher Education Ministry (VISA BAC+3).
Through this label, the government recognizes the rigor and the requirements of this program, the quality of the faculty and the contents of the curriculum.
Since september 2019, IÉSEG School of Management is authorized by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation to also deliver the ‘Grade de Master’ (a State-recognized degree) for its Postgraduate Programs* (“Diplôme d’Études Spécialisées en Management International”) – and to provide a registered title with the French RNCP (the National Repertory of Professional Certification).
*Not applicable to the Master of Science (MSc) in Fashion Management, which is co-delivered with the Istituto Marangoni in Paris, and the Master of Science in International Business and Technology, due to open in September 2020.
Conférence des Grandes Ecoles
« Welcome to France » Certification Label by Campus France
IÉSEG is one of the 89 certified institutions among the 183 undertaking the ‘3 star’ certification (as of end of May 2020).
As a sign of confidence, the certification testifies of the quality of the reception at IÉSEG.
IÉSEG is also a member of :
- Université Catholique de Lille
- EFMD (European Foundation For Management Development)
- AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)