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• History, Key Facts & Figures
The ICN Business School, formerly the "Institut Commercial de Nancy", was created in 1905, by the University of Nancy and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Meurthe-and-Moselle.
The ICN is a prominent member of the Chapter of Schools of Management from the French Conference of Graduate Schools (Grandes Ecoles) and a member of the ECRICOME Group. Recognized as one of the leading French Graduate Business Schools, the ICN is also an active member of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). In 1985, the ICN achieved a large degree of autonomy and independence under Article 33 of the Law on Education. Moreover, the school was granted its own Board of Governors. In 2001 and 2003, the French Government issued Ministerial Decrees recognizing the ICN as a Private School for Higher Education attached to the University of Lorraine.
• More than 2,400 students including 550 foreign students
• 24 ARTEM Modules
• 50 students associations
• More than 10,000 Alumni
• 67 full-time professors + 19 affiliated professors
• 45 visiting professors
• 300 business professionals teachers
• 80 administrative personal
• 3 campus: 2 in France (Nancy and Metz) and 1 in Germany (Nürnberg)
• 2 offshore programs: Dakar and Alger
• 3 representation offices: West Africa, Latin America, China
• 123 abroad partner universities in 45 countries
• 2 libraries: 24,000 books and 10,000 digital periodicals
• Post experience education Center
• Companies partnership