IÉSEG School of Management is one of the top Business Schools in France, ranked 7th in France and 17th in the Financial Times Masters in Management 2016 ranking.
As a French Grande École and member of the Conférence des Grandes Écoles IÉSEG is part of the most prestigious higher education institutions in the country. It is also awarded with the prestigious triple accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA.
IÉSEG is part of Université Catholique de Lille, which by its organization, size, infrastructure, resources and quality is very similar to that of some famous British universities.
Established in 1964 in Lille, the school has a second campus in Paris at La Défense, European biggest business hub. The School has a total of more than 4800 students on both campuses.
IÉSEG offers a 5-year Grande Ecole Program: combing bachelor and master into one program.
IÉSEG also offers the following Bachelor, Post-Graduates and MBA programs entirely taught in English. Please see below for more detailed information.
At IESEG, international students pay the same tuition as French students. We also offer merit-based scholarships up to 50% tuition reduction. Please check each program’s website for detailed tuition information.
Living abroad can be fun and adventurous at the same time. We are here to help you make this experience as smooth as possible. One of the strengths of IESEG is its internationalization and expertise in student mobility. Our dedicated International Student Services team is always available to assist you with any questions before and during your studies here in France.
The IESEG student residence is located within 15 minutes walking distance for Lille campus only. However, we also provide other affordable housing options for both campuses, such as private residences, private housing, apartment sharing, etc.
Approximate Cost of Housing, depending on type of housing and duration of stay:
- Lille: between EUR 400 and 600 per month
- Paris: between EUR 400 and 850 per month
All international students in France have access to housing subsidy provided by the French Government which reimburses them approximately 30% of the rent paid by them each month.
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