Executive MBA

AMBA Accredited, the Executive MBA of ICN Business School enables engineers, managers and directors to strengthen their management skills and develop a global vision while maintaining their professional activity.

Taught entirely in English, the program is a great accelerator by offering new professional opportunities in France and abroad. The Executive MBA program courses mostly take place at ICN Business School Metz and Nancy (located in the Lorraine Region).

The Executive MBA program at a glance

  • 18 months training
  • Part-time format
  • 4 days a month (565 hours)
  • Full English program
  • Ranked 13th in France (SMBG 2016)
  • Next intake: February 20th, 2018

The program accredited by the Association of MBA's

 

The program is AMBA accredited among MBA, DBA and MBM programs at over 200 business schools in 80 countries.

The rigorous assessment criteria of AMBA ensure that only highest caliber programs which demonstrate the best standards in teaching, curriculum, and student interaction achieve Association of MBAs accreditation.

The 3 pillars of the ICN Executive MBA curriculum

Strategy:

  • Develop a 360° view of the company
  • Strengthen your analytical skills
  • Develop your network

Innovation:

  • Boost creativity within your company
  • Make strategic decisions
  • Implement changes

Management:

  • Identify the potential of human capital
  • Reinforce your leadership
  • Define objectives and tools to reach them

4 international seminars:

Core part of the Executive MBA program, seminars provide students with a concrete approach of strategic management in an international environment using live case studies within multinational companies :

  • Innovation management (in Germany),
  • International finance (in Luxembourg),
  • Global strategy (in the United States),
  • Competitive intelligence (in China).

To get more information about the program, please download the brochure.

Participants profile

Diversity in terms of gender, age (average age: 37), nationality (23 nationalities have been trained in the program) and positions is essential to provide participants with the practices of a wide spectrum of industry.

Admission process

Selection criteria:

  • University Degree
  • Rich professional experience including managerial responsibilities
  • Fluency in English (knowledge of French is not required)
  • Coherence of personal and professional project

Admission process:

  1. On-line application form
  2. On-line tests on campus
  3. Admission interview
  4. Acceptance decision
  5. Enrolment.

 

Your full application file (download) should be sent three weeks prior to your interview date to:
ICN Business School – Programme Executive MBA – 3 Place Édouard Branly – 57070 METZ Technopôle, France.

For any help in your application procedure, please contact our Executive MBA Office: +33 (0)3 87 56 37 36.

Tuition fees:

  • Application fees: €100.00
  • Pedagogical fees: €28,700.00
  • To know more about the financing and scholarship possibilities, please contact us.
  • EARLY BIRD*: get a 15% discount for a registration to the program before July 21st, 2017, included.

*Special offer of 15% discount (non-cumulative) valid for a registration to the “Executive MBA” program between 21/03/2017 and 21/07/2017 included. ICN Business School reserves the right to terminate this offer at any time without notice.

Next intake:

  • February 20th, 2018, in Metz, France.

Network and Partners

ICN Alumni network:

Created in 1905, ICN Business School is an international school with a solid reputation, experienced management professors and a dynamic international network of more than 10,000 alumni. As an Executive MBA student you will belong to the ICN Alumni Association and be invited to special events. The Executive MBA organized networking sessions and conferences in different places around our location.

Artem Entreprises’ support:

In the context of the Artem Alliance, ICN Business School relies on the 40 companies which are enrolled in the Artem Entreprises Association. In these preferred relationships with companies, ICN has developed for Directors and Top Managers, working in the heart of Europe, a program made up with an academic excellence and dealing with company realities and global economics, recognized around the world.

EST’elles Executive Association’ support:

Through the partnership linking ICN Business School and the EST’elles Executive Association, each woman who is enrolled in the Executive MBA program benefits of a member access within the Association. Indeed, the adhesion fees are supported by ICN Business School as long as the trainee is studying in the EMBA program.

ICN Business School referent companies

AMMANN-YANMAR SA
ARCELOR MITTAL
AUTHENTIC DRINK
BEHR
BRILLANTEN KLEY Gmbh
CIGNET Electronics
CLARION
CONTINENTAL France SNC
DELPHI CATALYST
DELPHI MECHATRONICS
EDF (Délégation Alsace)
EDSCHA France SA
EMERSSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT
ERNEST & YOUNG et associés
EURODOUGH
EXMA
FAURECIA
FROMAGERIE DE L’ERMITAGE
FTZ Informatique Industrielle
GAN PREVOYANCES
GEORGIA TECH LORRAINE
HAGER TEHALIT VERTRIEBS
HONEYWELL TURBO
HOPITAL CENTRAL – CHU de Nancy
HYDRO LEDUC SAS
INEOS MANUFACTURING France
INVESTMENT BANK Luxembourg
JANSSEN CILAG
JEAN GUILLE
LABORATOIRES ORGEV
LORRAINE ENTREPRENDRE
MAGOLUX
NORISKO CONSTRUCTION
OTOR VELIN
PIERBURG
REHAU
RESOLEST
RITZENTHALER
RM SYSTEM
SA POST UP INTERNATRIONAL
SITA – DECTRA
SMART France
SOLVAY Carbonate France
SONY
TIMKEN EUROPE
TRELLEBORG Airax
TRENCH SUISSE
VETOQUINOL SA
VISTEON
WEHRLE Gmbh
WOCO SA
WRIGLEY France

Academic and professional lecturers

By being part of the ICN Executive MBA program you will benefit from a highly professional and academically qualified international faculty.

Our faculty comprises business professionals, consultants and researchers who bring latest management thinking to the learning process. Faculty members of ICN Business School hold doctorates in their field reinforced by hand-on business experience for the majority of them (94%) so that they understand the challenges of putting theory in practice. The readiness of the faculty to satisfy participant’s questions and to complement classes has been highlighted by alumni.

ICN Faculty members:

  • Dr. Bertrand AGOSTINI, French,
    Head of the Human Resources and Organization Department
  • Dr. Cristiane BENETTI, Brazilian/Italian,
    Head of the Finance, Audit, Accounting and Control Department
  • Dr. Nicolas BATTARD, French,
    Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department
  • Dr. Agnès CECCARELLI, French,
    Human Resources and Organization Department
  • Dr. Krista FINSTAD-MILION, Canadian/French,
    Human Resources and Organization Department
  • Dr. Renato GUIMARAES, Brazilian/French,
    Supply Chain and Information Systems Department
  • Dr. Nuno GUIMARAES DA COSTA, Portuguese,
    Human Resources and Organization Department
  • Dr. Yves HABRAN, French,
    Finance, Audit, Accounting and Control Department
  • Dr. Thierry HOUÉ, French,
    Head of the Supply Chain and Information Systems Department
  • Dr. Olga IVANOVA, Bulgarian,
    Marketing Department
  • Dr. Alexandre MELNIK, Russian,
    Business Environment Department
  • Dr. Kamel MNISRI, British/Tunisian,
    Human Resources and Organization Department
  • Dr. Eileen MURPHY, British,
    Supply Chain and Information Systems Department
  • Dr. Nirjhar NIGAM, Indian,
    Finance, Audit, Accounting and Control Department
  • Dr. Christophe RÉTHORÉ, Canadian/French,
    Marketing Department
  • Dr. Klaus-Peter SCHULZ, German,
    Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department
  • Dr. Carine SONNTAG, French,
    Business Environment Department
  • Christophe STALLA-BOURDILLON, French,
    Business Environment Department

Top professional guests:

  • Antonino ARDILIO, Head of Technology Management, FRAUNHOFER IAE
  • André DAN, Consultant and Co-founder, CHALLENGY
  • Lisane DOSTIE, Lawyer and Founder, ISA Légal
  • Antoine DUBEDOUT, Consultant and former Development & Innovation Director, Ecole des Mines de Nancy
  • Gabriel FLOREA, CFO, Champ Cargosystems
  • François GRIESMAR, Intellectual Property Councel, SIGLEX
  • Catherine LAFARGE, Consultant and Trainer, Procureco
  • Jean-Michel LUDWIG, Head of « Start-ups support and SMEs performance », Luxinnovation
  • Etienne MANGEOT, Intellectual Property Lawyer, JLS
  • Cyril MIEL, Head of IT Department, Central Bank of Luxembourg
  • Kim POLDNER, Management Studies, Wageningen University
  • David SAAB, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan
  • Gilles UNTEREINER, CEO, Strategy & Action International