Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is a public business school in the French Grande Ecole tradition. Founded in 1979, the School operates under the auspices of the Ministry for the Economy, Industry and Finance. For over 30 years, the School has been recognized for its dual expertise in management and information andcommunication technologies (ICT).
As the management school within Mines-Telecom Institute, a leading institution which brings together several French engineering schools in telecommunications, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has, since its creation, shared its campus with its sister engineering school, Telecom SudParis, creating a unique synergy in France.
The school is among the top 10 management schools in France when comparing the level of salaries earned upon graduation. It proposes a complete program offering, from undergraduate to doctorate, all meeting international standards:
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is AACSB accredited. The School’s Integrated Master’s in Management (Grande Ecole) Program is accredited by AMBA. The School is also a member of:
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has a network of more than 300 corporate partners and more than 4 000 active alumni. The School receives more than 5 000 employment offers each year. Its Integrated Master’s in Management (Grande Ecole) Program offers an apprenticeship option that has over 50 student participants today. More than 100 executives courses are taught each year. The School’s governing bodies include world renowned companies, such as Vivendi, Orange, BNP, EADS…
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has an exceptional campus:
As a public “Grande Ecole”, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School’s tuition fees are the most attractive on the market. The School is also developing a bold strategy to attract students from all socio-economic backgrounds with the goal of attaining 30% of the student body who qualify for financial aid.
Comparing tuition with the alumni salaries three years after graduation, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School ranks second among management programs in terms of return on investment (Le Point, 2013).
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is truly international :
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has an on-campus small business incubator for young, innovative companies. The incubator is open to students, alumni and others. Today the incubator includes more than 20 start-ups involving more than 160 entrepreneurs. Over the last ten years, the incubator has created over 100 companiesemploying more than 1000 people.