ACADEMIC RECOGNITION IN FRANCE AND INTERNATIONALLY
AACSB – Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Founded in 1916, this American label recognises the academic excellence of higher education institutions by focusing on the schools’ strategy and mission, the support and development of learners’ skills, and the integration of current management issues.
ISC Paris benefits from this international label of excellence since 2017.
The BGA accreditation, linked to the Association of MBAs, is a benchmark quality assurance achievement awarded to business schools that can clearly demonstrate a growing impact on their students and stakeholders.
ISC Paris is BGA accredited at the institutional level, on the Paris and Orléans campuses and for international programmes.
This British label guarantees the high quality of MBA and generalist Master’s programmes delivered by business schools, and certifies their ability to train managers internationally and to offer students job-access services such as the alumni network.
ISC Paris has obtained AMBA accreditation for the Grande École Programme (PGE), MBA and EMBA.
EFMD – European Foundation for Management Development
The EFMD awards the EFMD Accredited Master (formerly EPAS) label to a programme following an audit carried out by deans of international schools. The criteria are a guarantee of a high-quality, internationalised programme that complies with demanding specifications.
ISC Paris was awarded the EFMD Accredited Master label for its Grande Ecole Programme for the first time in March 2020 for a period of 5 years, an exceptional achievement in the context of an initial accreditation usually granted for 3 years.
National accreditation awarded by the Commission d’Évaluation des Formations et Diplômes de Gestion (CEFDG), a body responsible for evaluating degrees under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education.
Bachelor’s programme at ISC Paris (Paris and Orléans campuses): Bachelor’s degree awarded after 3 years of higher education and conferring the Grade de Licence.
The aim of the QUALIOPI certification is to attest to the quality of the process implemented by training organisations in terms of skills development for programmes, skills assessments, initiatives to validate acquired experience (VAE) or apprenticeship.
ISC Paris has obtained this certification for the Paris and Orléans campuses.
The BSIS system has been designed to determine the extent and nature of the impact of a business school on its environment and its regional ecosystem in financial, economic, educational, societal, image, business development and employment terms.
“Bienvenue en France” is awarded to French higher education institutions that have developed welcome facilities and support for international students. The label is a mark of confidence and attests to the quality of the welcome provided.
ISC Paris is a member of the Union des Grandes Écoles Indépendantes. Created in 1963, it represents the independent Grandes Écoles in relation to their environment. Its aim is to encourage the development of an ethic for higher education. The UGEI has 36 member schools.