European Summer Program
SINCE 1905, ICN HAS BEEN THE 'GRANDE ÉCOLE' BUSINESS SCHOOL IN THE EAST OF FRANCE AND ATTHE HEART OF EUROPE. ITS IDENTITY AND ITS DEVELOPMENT ARE ROOTED IN THE LINKS BETWEEN MANAGEMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND ART. THESE LINKS WILL BE VITAL DETERMINANTS FOR TOMORROW'S ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT.
The mission of ICN Business School is to train students and executives to manage enterprises efficiently, with a commitment to corporate responsibility, and to contribute to innovation through creativity.
Its teaching programs are supported by the specialist knowledge of its academic Faculty who make original intellectual contributions to improving managerial practice and furthering the knowledge which is essential to corporate success.
The ICN community is driven by three fundamental values, which find their true expression in the objectives of the Artem Alliance: open-mindedness, commitment, team spirit.
The Summer Programm gives students the opportunity to discover France and Europe every year in June and July.
By joining this program, students will acquire necessary knowledge to understand the European Institutions way of working. A particular focus will be done on the France that deals with civilization, history, society...
During the program, students will choose among 3 concentration topics that introduce them to European Management, European Marketing and European Management of Luxury.
"The purpose of the Undergraduate Summer Program (entirely in English) is to introduce students to the constituent elements of French and European Management, Marketing, and Management of Luxury. It also offers a comprehensive panorama of the European Union and its institutions.
This four-week program provides a variety of courses and other activities adapted to undergraduate students in Business, Economics, Political Science, Management, International Trade, and many other disciplines.
A French class can also be offered as an elective with the level ranging from beginner through advanced."
Dr Kamel MNISRI
Head of Summer Program