Student review [18421] for INSEEC Business School

Student review [#18421] for Business Administration and Management
at INSEEC Business School

Paris, France
Business Administration ...
and Management
23 Aug, 2021
Excellent Double-Master degrees with prestigious partner Universities abroad

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.

Programme: Business Administration and Management
Degree: Master's
Graduation: 2012
Campus: Bordeaux, France
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