It is recognized as an institution by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, and its programs carry the Grade de licence or Grade de master.
The Management Board is responsible for the School's long-term viability and the implementation of the strategy across all departments and services.
The IESEG School of Management is one of France's top business schools, ranking sixth in France and 26th overall in the Financial Times Masters in Management ranking.
Lille has a long history of business and trade, and it is strategically located for: mass distribution, mail-order companies, consumer credit companies, the automobile industry, and the food industry.
IESEG School of Management's campus is located in the city of Lille. It has the youngest population in France, with 28% of its population under the age of 20. Lille has the largest metropolitan university population, with over 150,000 students. There is a direct train from Paris CDG international airport (50 minutes), and it is located at the crossroads of London, Brussels, Amsterdam, and Paris.
IESEG offers a variety of housing options, including student and private residences, private housing, and apartment sharing. The housing advisors will provide additional assistance in navigating their options and selecting the appropriate accommodation for their needs. Leasing agreements are for a minimum of one semester. Students are required to purchase personal and civil liability insurance.
Housing costs between 450 and 800€ per month, depending on the type of housing and length of stay (average of 600€/month).
Entrepreneurship is critical to fostering innovation and job creation. IESEG provides a unique opportunity for future students, professionals, and entrepreneurs to explore the world of business creation, based on theory and supported by best practices.
The IESEG research faculty team also conducts international research on entrepreneurship issues (such as team entrepreneurship, the role of gender in entrepreneurship, and social entrepreneurship).
Student clubs & associations at IESEG are an excellent way for students to gain team project experience, take on responsibilities, gain relevant professional experience, and, of course, pursue hobbies. Students have a real opportunity to flourish personally and professionally with over 52 clubs/associations, 750 members, and 500 events per year.
One of the primary goals of the IESEG School of Management is for its students and alumni to be successful professionals after they complete their studies. To help them prepare as much as possible, the School offers a variety of career services such as the Career Center, Business Challenges, Corporate Talks, and Fairs.
Students and alumni can also join the alumni association, IESEG Network, which organizes events on a regular basis and fosters an invaluable network of alumni worldwide.
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