The main campus of the ISG Business School in Paris was opened in 1967, affording students the opportunity to obtain either BBA’s when it comes to undergraduate students and MBA’s for those seeking advanced degrees. Over a half-century of operation, which included expansions of the campus to New York City and Tokyo, the school has graduated approximately 20,000 students.

In addition to those cities, partnerships with schools in countries such as England, China and Australia have allowed ISG’s brand to gain greater recognition. The focus of study in all of the above institutions is geared toward innovation and entrepreneurship, with other aspects focused shaping business philosophy and ethics.

The international composition of ISG graduates can be seen by the different leadership roles that are held within companies in 60 different countries. For the typical academic year, the school has an approximate 1,500 students attending classes.

In recent years, ISG has added aspects that seek to differentiate the school from others. One of those moves was the 2014 establishment in Paris of the Moda Domani Institute, with the focus of instruction being directed toward the fashion and design industry. In addition, the marketing of luxury items is also taught.

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  1. 5

    Good school if one knows what one is doing.
    To advice.

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  2. 5

    Good atmosphere and very good training with great opportunities!

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  3. 1

    A school that wants excellence but who has that name, an outdated mode of teaching, pedagogy nonexistent, worse, yet displayed sufficient facing the dropout of school.
    School or prejudices rule, passes Rights and clientelism.
    We are very far from the pedagogy of teaching Anglo-Saxon!

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  4. 5

    Excellent school to flourish and very open to the international

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  5. 4

    Weakness :
    organizational problem.
    Highlight:
    The content is met with teachers at the height of hope

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