International Partners - IES Business School

International Partners

Promoting international for all

ADAPTED SOLUTIONS FOR EACH STUDENT

“In its five years of existence, IES Normandie has concluded several hundred agreements with universities and business schools around the world and at all post-baccalaureate levels. It is the reward of our recognition in view of the pedagogical quality. To the point where we are a full partner like any English university with a certifier, which would allow us to set up recognized Anglo-Saxon programs! But IES Normandy is also about student and teacher exchanges, internships abroad, seminars, break years abroad, international seminars and conferences with renowned personalities.

Our program continues to grow in this direction and this year we are opening an MBA, an international class and…. Soon a school in Cambridge itself.

The IES Normandie, therefore, is the will to promote the international for all, with solutions adapted for each student.

IES Normandy, the student at the centre of the school.”

Boris Mazurier, founder and CEO

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Europe, America, Asia, Pacific...

OUR PARTNERS IN THE WORLD

Australia

– QUT Brisbane
– RMIT Melbourne
– Southern Cross University
– ACU Melbourne/Sydney
– QIBA
– University of Sunshine Coast

Great Britain

– CIEC/Northampton University
– Richmond The American University in London
– Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge
– University of East Anglia
– University of Essex
– University of Greenwich
– UCFB
– Brunel University
– London School of Business and Management
– Manchester Metropolitan University
– Aberystwyth University in Wales
– University of Birmingham

Ireland

– Griffith College Dublin
– University of Limerick
– Galway Cultural Institute

USA

– New York Institute of Technology
– University of Pittsburgh
– UC San Diego California
– Oregon State University
– Berkeley College NY
– George Mason University

Vietnam

– RMIT Ho Chi Minh

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– Spain
– Canada
– Malta
– China
– India
– New Zealand