L’élève au centre de l’école

the student at the center of the school

Rouen Campus


Your business school in Rouen

First and foremost, at IES, students are at the core of the educational paradigm. Secondly, we strive to construct a pathway answering to the changing needs of the youth, but also to satisfy their quest for knowledge. Then, supported by a strong structure and values, IES was created by its current director. Convinced by the need to place students at the core of our pedagogy, Boris Mazurier created the school in 2015 with only a few of the majors currently provided. In only a year’s time, the total number of students grew from 40 to 140. With the implementation of the first postgraduate majors dedicated to entrepreneurship in 2017, IES welcomed over 300 students within its campus in Rouen. As one of the major milestones, IES also developed its own research laboratory, which opened the door to the expansion of our international faculty. Finally, in 2021-2022, with our strong international outlook, we’ve partnered with key universities. Within our international expansion program, we have started offering both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from well-established schools in order to get provide our students with the tools to work in senior management positions both abroad and in France. Today, IES counts over 400 students within its multiple campuses with plans to expand nationally and internationally in key areas.

of graduates
partner companies
partner countries


Our campus is located in the heart of Rouen on the green Avenue Pasteur (A lively student area) in the vicinity of the docks of the Seine, a great recreational area (restaurants, bars, gyms, cultural events, etc.). IES’s location helps create a true sense of community with both its student body and faculty.

You can park your car in the parking lot Kindarena and take the bus T1, T2 or T3 until the station Pasteur, two minutes walk from IES Normandie campus.

Correspondence between the bus station Théâtre des Arts and bus T1, T2 and T3.

Train station

  • 19 minutes
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City centre – Gros-Horloge

  • 14 minutes
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  • 1h15
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Normandy beaches

  • 1h00
  • 1h00

International Admissions Team