Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the INSEEC Business School rating is 3.5. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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The Campus environment and sup de pub school location is good and easy access for everyone. However, always the School contacts are unreachable. None of the numbers listed on the site answer the phone.
Moreover, the reception staff never have the answers to our questions. Big problems of organization, of communication also between the interveners and the schooling administration and admission department. most international student faces lots of difficulties when communicating with the admission and some administration assistances.View more
When I started studying at INSEEC, as part of its most selective curriculum: the Grand Ecole Program, the School was ranked 12th best Business School in France out of 40 other Grande Ecole Business Schools (according to the French weekly Business Magazine: Challenges, issued in 2008); and when I left it was ranked 13th (according to the French daily Newspaper: Le Parisien, issued in 2012). Not bad, but I wanted more international recognition and prestige on my Résumé, in order to be able to start an international career in the best conditions. For that to be done, I knew that an academic upgrade was inevitable. That is why one of the decisive criteria why I applied at INSEEC was: its wide array of prestigious Double-Master’s degrees.
Advice to future students / graduates: study hard, otherwise you won’t be selected for a Double-Master’s degree. 😉
What I loved: the Gala party and Diploma Ceremony, the on-campus conferences with: scientists, CEOs of major French and International companies, Politicians. I loved the bustling campus activities at INSEEC in terms of students collegiate activities, students’ associations (the equivalent of fraternities / sororities in France), sports, outings, rugby, sailing, students car races in the Sahara Desert, charities, wine tasting, etc.
What I even more loved: the highly dynamic Research Laboratory which often shared its latest discoveries / papers with us, the praxis- and theory-oriented courses, the classes in Geopolotics and General Culture (very French and very Grande Ecole!), the Grande Ecole mindset, solidarity-oriented and collegiate spirit: you have the feeling that you belong to a brotherhood / sisterhood, and of course the international exposure.
What I will not miss: the windowless classes (not all of them though – thank God!), the former confined urban campus (I heard the new one is great!), Some classes were too praxis- and not enough theory-oriented (a lot of general puffery instead of solid facts and research-based management / theory), especially during the first Grande Ecole academic year until the first semester of the second acedemic year.
It is a very good university, where can you have an international experience in many campuses around the world such as Paris, London, San Francisco etc.
While getting a degree at this school, it is possible to have work experience from the first year, because in France with this university you can apply at the alternate program doing a mixture between work and study.
It is a good school, which offers comprehensive courses in wide and varied fields. Another advantage is that of being able to travel internationally.
One of the negative points is that it does not help us enough to find a job.
A great encouragement to go abroad to discover the world through internships.
Interesting and rich program. Varied program covering many areas of commerce. Choice of specialization in 3rd year.
Negative point: little support in the search for internships. Administration not that present and not really effective.
I thought that some of the courses we had through my 2 masters’ years were here just to fill our timetable and they were not useful for us for business or our lives. Overall the level was ok but not as expected before.View more
I chose this training on the one hand because it trains operational people from their arrival in a company and on the other hand, because it brings a necessary know-how and the innovative principles to face the evolutions undergone by the companies. today.
This school allowed me to carry out many professional experiences abroad which allowed me to have very good formative memories. Having this background already, I am sure that INSEEC makes it possible to obtain education that follows the realities of the market.View more
Just after my “Baccalauréat” I had to chose a University, I knew that I wanted to do it in France so I have started my research and the INSEEC Business School fulfilled my criteria. The campus is really very good, and you have an excellent opportunity for international exchange. In the past few years I was able l to go to London, San Francisco and Sydney. The only thing that I regret is the poor follow-up of the teachers and the administration that are not here for you when you need them.View more
If you want to head to the TV stream, go your way. This curriculum is essentially oriented towards cinema and documentary. The announced courses concerning TV have for some never happened. Although we fought to restore a balance, we were not heard and the priority was always given to the cinema (traveling on festivals, proposed courses, etc …). Some speakers are exceptional (law, dramaturgy, marketing …) + some interesting practical cases. To conclude: training to consider for the students turned to the cinema.View more
Great practical experiences with many pitch sessions throughout the year and high level professional lecturers.
Wide network across agencies, major media and in-house.
Supportive administration staff, cool student life.