"ipag-guillaume_bigot"Offering Master’s degrees, IPAG is one of the best post-baccalaureate business schools. It owes its academic excellence to its teaching team, made up of high-level Professors-Researchers, as well as of professionals from the business world.

A « Grande École » curriculum

IPAG Business School offers the classical academic curriculum of prestigious management schools, in coherence with the Licence-Master-Doctorate system (LMD):

1st cycle, three-year Bachelor’s degree program. Students learn the fundamentals of management, information technologies, foreign languages and liberal studies.

2nd cycle, two-year Master’s degree program. Students choose a major, to prepare for their future career.

State-certified excellence

For more than 30 years, the IPAG diploma has been certified by the French ministry of Higher Education and Research. Since 2011, the school has been authorized to deliver Master’s degrees.

Out of 220 business schools, only 13 post-baccalaureate business schools have reached this level of excellence.

Management schools ranking – IPAG (in French)

A high-level teaching team

With more than 300 teachers, a 120-people administrative team and partnerships with the best universities in the world, IPAG is able to reveal the potential of its students.

Every year, more than 200 professionals also participate in the academic life of IPAG. Whether they are managers, consultants, entrepreneurs or executives, they share their expertise with the students, in direct touch with economic realities.

The 9 academic departments of IPAG Business School

  • Marketing, Sales and Communication
  • Human Resources and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Finance and Quantitative techniques
  • Audit, Accounting
  • Liberal Studies
  • Economy
  • Law
  • Foreign Languages
  • Logistics, International trade and Information Systems

A standard of quality and excellence



On March 15, 2016, IPAG Business School joined the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE).

This organization provides a quality label which guarantees that school programs meet the standards and expectations of the labour market, and promotes the development and visibility of higher education and research institutions, both in France and abroad.