Instructing students in the role of modern business was the original idea behind the 1963 creation of ISC Paris, known within France as Institut supérieur du commerce de Paris. Two years of study served as the basis for this education, following attainment of an undergraduate degree.
Students have the opportunity to seek advanced degree and can take advantage of over than 155 partner universities that work with ISC Paris across 50 different countries. Other partnerships have been established with businesses that allow for improved networking and a more hands-on approach to dealing with contemporary concerns in contrast to focusing on theory.
Many of the school’s programs are taught in both French and English, while all international programs have instructors who offer their expertise in english only.
Specialization in four areas makes up the curriculum of the school, with segments devoted to: finance, auditing and legal concerns; strategic moves for international business; communication and marketing; and human resources and project management.
The estimated 2,200 students that attend classes at the school are joined by a quartet of research centers that focus on specific areas of business. These include areas such as management and strategy as well as finance and economics.