The international expertise of INSEEC Business School

International is an integral part of the curriculum at INSEEC Business School.
Our goal: to support our students in their professional and international project.

By integrating our Business School, students develop their international skills. They benefit from:

  • a semester of study abroad, within a partner university

  • the opportunity to follow a double or a triple degree

  • Majors on our campus abroad (London, Geneva, Shanghai and San Francisco).

40 years of international expertise

The first international agreement was signed in 1976 with the University of Berkeley (California). INSEEC Business School then became the first French School of Management to form a partnership with this prestigious university. Since then, INSEEC Business School has enabled more than 10,000 former students to study in the best campuses throughout the world… with passion and enthusiasm! Therefore, more than 30% of graduates begin their careers abroad thanks to the international skills and entrepreneurship spirit they develop at school.

Academic agreements with prestigious universities and shools

  • 140+ universities in Europe
  • 35+ universities in North America
  • 15+ universities in South America
  • 25+ universities in Asia
  • 9 universities in Oceania
  • 1 university in Africa

During the 3-year program at INSEEC Business School, students prepare and pass the TOEIC and TOEFL tests to validate their English proficiency. They also follow language courses to master a second and a third foreign languages (Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic…).

In 2015, 460 INSEEC students do academic sessions abroad within our academic partners.

Each year, INSEEC Business School welcomes 400 foreign students in its 4 campuses.

“When you join INSEEC Business School, you are giving your studies an international dimension.”

International Academic Seminars

Each year, INSEEC Business School organize a one-week international seminar in its campuses in Paris and Bordeaux. Students follow courses taught by foreign students, coming from all around the globe: India, United States of America, China, Poland, Lithuania, Australia, Canada, Turkey, Netherlands, Germany, etc.

This seminar is an opportunity for students to follow classes in English and to experiment different approaches and teaching methods in various fields:

  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Intercultural Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • International Management
  • Creative Management
  • Developing Business in China
  • Scandinavian management
  • etc.