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As a public institution in the French Grande Ecole tradition, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has an original governing structure in which the State solicits major corporations to participate in the School governance.




Institut Mines-Télécom Business School operates under the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

It is part of Mines-Télécom Institute which brings together several French engineering schools: Télécom ParisTech, Télécom Bretagne and Télécom SudParis, Télécom Lille 1, Eurécom and five associated schools. Telecom Institute has more than 13 200 students, 1 430 full-time faculty and 1 700 PhD candidates.





  • School Board: The School Board is the main governance authority for the School. It is an institutional consultative body with decision-making powers.
  • Research Committee: The Research Committee issues an opinion on the direction and general organization of the School’s research activities. It supports the Head of Research and the Head of Innovation and Development in their roles.
  • Teaching Committee: The Teaching Committee issues an opinion on the School’s general direction with regard to education and training, how courses are generally organized (looking at their introduction, major changes and withdrawal), and specifically, on the conditions for student admissions and the tuition rules and regulations.





Institut Mines-Télécom Business School solicits many professionals and international experts to elaborate its strategy and define program content:

  • The Corporate Advisory Board of Institut Mines-Télécom Business School counts, among its members, representatives of multinational companies and other well-known institutions:  Alcatel Lucent, BNP Paribas, EADS, Deloitte, Google Linagora, Orange, Vivendi, Sthraclyde Business School.
  • The Corporate Steering Committees advise the School on program content and, among their members, include executives from famous companies such as: SFR, TF1, M6 Web, Air France, SAS, GDF Suez, L’Oréal, Orange, Carrefour, BNP Paribas, Altran, Société Générale, Accenture, Mars, Deloitte…