Introducing IPAG Business School in Europe

Our mission

Promoting appropriate management in a globalised and rapidly-changing world


To this end, IPAG Business School relies on:

  • top-level research that enriches the academic principles of its subjects
  • a great network with the business sector
  • an appreciation among students for the diversity of cultures and knowledge
  • raising our student’s awareness of major contemporary issues and ethics

Our objective is to train multi-skilled, adaptable and responsible managers.

IPAG Business School in Europe, education in all its dimensions

Our Values

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    All our courses are based on an extensive research policy that  places strong emphasis on practical work.

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    We provide our students with the tools to reinvent themselves throughout their lives.

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    Our cross-disciplinary teachings train you to think globally, beyond boundaries, and encourages an open mind.

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    Corporate social responsibility and ethics constitute major factors in our research policy and resonate with the founding values of the school.

Our campuses


In Paris, in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés area and to the foot of the Eiffel Tower

Our "historic" Parisian campus is ideally located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés area of the city, a high spot for the cultural and intellectual life of the capital.
Since the beggining of 2021, IPAG Business School Europe inaugurated its second Parisian campus in the 15th arrondissement: a brand new 5,000 sqm², complete with a media library, numerous study rooms, a cafeteria and a gymnasium. The building even have an organic garden and beehives on its roof.


In Nice, nestled between the sea and the mountains

IPAG Business School has also been rooted in the heart of Nice for more than 30 years, on the site where the former Chambre des Métiers was located. Our campus, which is historically listed, welcomes more than 1,000 students of over 40 nationalities. The studying environment is ideal: two large theatres, a garden, a cafeteria and a sunny terrace.


IPAG Online

A new IPAG Group entity specialising in Digital Learning, IPAG Online combines the excellence of a renowned Business School with the agility of distance learning.

Our Strategic Partners

Programmes at IPAG Business School always include at least six months of studying abroad. The school is backed by an international network of 35 strategic partners on all continents, so we can offer an international experience for our students.

Asia / Pacific





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Latin America


North America

United States

Our Reinforced Partnerships

The reinforced partners are different from the others in that they have a representation of both the administration and the faculty of IPAG Business School. Reinforced partner universities will assist and advise you during this experience abroad, and there are currently two such partnerships.

Campus Kunming China

In Kunming, discover industrious China

Kunming is located in Yunnan, one of the most beautiful regions of China. In addition to the quality of its teachings, the university offers several advantages; many sports facilities including football fields, tennis courts, and Olympic swimming pool, it's also an eco-friendly environment with electric scooters and a minibus network.All students of IPAG Business School Europe can study there at no extra cost and take courses in Chinese language, culture and civilisation. For the travel lovers, the spectacular Tiger Leaping Gorge, Vietnam and Laos are idyllically nearby.

Riverside Campus UCR Los Angeles

In Riverside, live the California dream

At the gates of the infamous Palm Desert, you can experience the American-style campus life and enjoy a wide variety of sports facilities and an intense associative club life around an impressive library. While California's beaches and ski resorts are just around the corner, the Silicon Valley and Hollywood are also a convenient trip.


IPAG Business School is a non-profit organisation and an independent structure. Its unique governance model allows for the representation of the different actors in the life of the school within the Administration Board.

IPAG Parents' Association


Founded in 1993, the IPAG Parents' Association (APE) represents the parents of our students on the Paris and Nice campuses. It takes part in the school's life, decisions and influence of IPAG with a three part goal:
•    sharing information between the school and parents
•    sharing parents' experiences and networks
•    encouraging and rewarding excellence in student projec


How it works

The APE is managed by a Board of Directors consisting of about 20 members, who meet about once a month. All year groups currently studying in Paris and Nice are represented.

The board members of directors are divided into working committees, some of which are specifically in charge of a group.

An ordinary general meeting of the adhering members of the APE is convened at least once a year. On this occasion, school officials are in attendance to give an update on the different year groups and answer any questions.

The APE President is a member of the Board of Directors of the IPAG Business School Group, and also represents the APE.


•    Involvement in student fairs and open days, is on the scholarship award committee, and the collection of the apprenticeship tax
•    Sending a periodical newsletter to parents
•    Sponsorship of student trophies and presentation of the Trophies of Excellence

Business Development Committee

The Business Development Committee is made up of business leaders and corporate executives. It is intended to include the main professions for which IPAG Business School training courses are designed.

Research Development Committee

The ‘Comité de Perfectionnement Recherche’ (CPR) is composed of teacher-researchers working in the best French and foreign academic institutions. It is presided over by Roger Guesnerie, economist, engineer, and polytechnician, who has taught at the Collège de France, Harvard and the London School of Economics.