Bachelor in Management

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Duration of study :
3 years
Place of study :
Nancy, Paris
Language of instruction :
French, English
Degree awarded :
Bachelor in Management
Tuition fees :
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The Bachelor's degree in Management

The Bachelor's in Management is a three-year State recognised Bachelor's degree taught at our campuses in Paris and Nancy.

The programme teaches you the fundamental aspects of management (economics, law, IT, accounting, management, etc), key concepts in sales, communication and marketing, and enhances your general knowledge.

Reasons to study a Bachelor’s in Management at ICN:

  • You'll be taught by a top-level professors
  • You'll acess a wide range of support to boost your career prospects: Careers and internship centre, international relations department, PEPS, etc
  • Career-focused curriculum: you'll get the opportunity to spend up to 16 months on a work placement, with classes led by a team of highly experienced business professionals…
  • Join the best bachelor’s degree programme in France: ranked 1st in France (L'Etudiant 2021)


1st year

The first year will introduce you to the key concepts that underpin the course.

You'll develop a sound understanding of how business works and the different aspects of management.

2nd year

In second year, you'll consolidate what you've learned and further develop your analytical skills.

You'll gain a number of transferable skills, and you get a feel for working in a business environment.

3rd year

4 routes to choose from. Third year focuses on preparing you for the job market by improving your analytical skills in management, strategy and responsible practices.

It also broadens the international scope of the programme and boosts your cultural awareness.

International pathway

Study abroad at one of the school's partner universities

During your studies you'll have the opportunity to broaden your horizons and develop your cultural awareness by doing an exchange or pursuing a double degree.

A specially designed programme in China

This pathway is available in 3rd year, subject to conditions, and gives you the chance to follow a specific programme at the University of Jian Qiao in Shanghai that lasts for one semester and includes classes on Chinese language, culture and history, and business and management in China.

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Nancy campus

The Artem campus is host to a wide variety of different cultures thanks to its location within a region that borders Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg.

Careers and employability

Student associations

In your 2nd year of the Bachelor's in Management programme, getting involved with a student association is a key part of the course. Two days are set aside every week to do activities with your chosen association. You'll undertake a project, to improve your professional expertise and develop important business skills: working as part of team, seeking funding, managing a budget, developing a communications strategy, etc. All projects are assessed and supervised by an ICN professor alongside the PEPS service.

Work placements

In 2nd year, you can do a work placement alongside your studies (1 day a week minimum). It can either be done in conjunction with or instead of a student association project. With a work placement, you can undertake a project or assignment from September until May without it getting in the way of your studies and you could receive payment.


End-of-year internships are compulsory and focus on a specific goal (discovery internship, commercial or marketing internship, professional training internship). Internships allow you to put what you've learned into practice and will give you a clearer image of what career you want to pursue.

Personal and career support

  • The PEPS service - Professional Experience Personal Support - offers guidance and can work with you to create a study pathway that matches your career aspirations and personal goals
  • A personal tutor, a tenured professor at the school, will support you throughout your studies at ICN.
  • The purpose of the careers and internship centre is to help you develop your employability and ensure you make a smooth transition to the job market. Students are given personalised support in the form of meetings, workshops (CV writing, interview advice, networking, international, options, etc), practice interviews either in person or online using our Easy Recrue tool, and meetings with business professionals (afterwork events, interview practice). In addition, the Career Centre gives you access to hundreds of internship and job opportunities in France and abroad, as well as all the advice you'll need, no matter where you are headed.

Entering employment or continuing your studies

The Bachelor's programme is recognised by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Education and will allow you to either pursue further study or enter the job market.

Our graduates possess highly sought-after knowledge and skills and have gone on to find employment in roles such as: marketing/communications assistant, business manager, sales representative, project manager, product manager, client advisor, etc.

Graduates of the Bachelor’s programme can go on to pursue further study at ICN Business School by enrolling on either the Grande Ecole Programme or a specialised MSc. They can also pursue further study at another Grande École or university.

What our students

I learned so much during this three year-programme thanks to the simulations organised by professors and business professionals. The internships I did in France and abroad really boosted my confidence.
Solène Gaspard,
BA in Management


Routes of entry

More information about admissions for the 2022 academic year (starting in January or September)

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