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Training tomorrow’s managers


The future cannot be predicted, but it can be prepared for. Our pedagogy aims at grooming agile and creative managers, ready for the jobs of tomorrow.

Benefit from State-of-the-art teaching

Closely connected to the business world, IPAG continuously adjusts its curriculums and pedagogy to the market needs and requirements. The knowledge generated by IPAG Lab, IPAG’s research laboratory in economics, is brought into the entirety of our teachings. Our objective: grooming managers capable of being fully operational upon completion of their studies.


Learn by doing

Management cannot be fully taught in a classroom or behind a screen. We give priority to situational simulations: internships in France or abroad, sandwich courses, corporate consulting missions, business games, etc. Students are tested in the field and learn to step out of their comfort zone while putting their knowledge into practice.

"Ready to commit, ready to innovate, ready for tomorrow"


A wide international openness

With more than 80 different nationalities on IPAG’s campuses, English track curriculums and study abroad programmes developed with more than 130 partner universities, IPAG students are immersed in a resolutely international environment: a vital contribution in order to navigate a globalized business world.


Agility at the heart of our pedagogy

Tomorrow’s managers will face more and more complex challenges in a variety of sectors and issues. By focusing on open-mindedness, general culture, and by encouraging students to involve themselves in innovative projects, we develop their ability to upset the status quo and to explore new approaches..


Latest news
IPAG’s place as a top research centre was already cemented in last year’s issue…
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