ICN Business School and ICN Alumni are keen to maintain a strong, longlasting relationship with former students. As a professional and expert in your field, we'll keep in touch throughout the year to involve you in students' academic journeys. You'll have the chance to pass on your knowledge, contribute to our network, and promote the ICN spirit among current and future students. It's also a great opportunity for you for socialising with other graduates, professionals and members of staff.
To keep in touch, ICN Business School and ICN Alumni organise several events that you can get involved in.
Sit on the admissions panel
Want to be involved in selecting future students? Then come back to ICN for a half-day or more between April and July and become part of the admissions panel, working in tandem with another professional or a teaching staff member.
Support one or several students through their academic journey via meetings and discussions. You'll be their personal contact for 3 to 4 years and guide them in choosing their specialisations and internships. The main goal is to help them develop their career plan up until graduation.
Interested in sharing your experience with students? Seize this opportunity to pass on your knowledge and expertise and raise the employer profile of your business by giving classes at ICN.
Personal development seminars
Do you remember these ICN seminars, where you developed your open-mindedness, engagement and team spirit? You can participate in them again by getting involved in organising a workshop. The events are an excellent opportunity to chat with students, discuss the specialisations you chose during your studies, and share your experience of joining the job market.
Would you like to recruit an ICN student or graduate? Find all the information on our dedicated page!
Career talks are organised every year for first and second-year students on the Grande Ecole Programme. ICN graduates get involved in this event to share their experience with students, who get a lot out of these meetings.
These discussions also allow graduates to:
ICN organises business forums throughout the year to offer internship, apprenticeship and graduate job opportunities. Graduates are invited to attend alongside a colleague from their HR department to share their experience within the company. alongside their HR colleague to share their experience within the company.
In collaboration with the ICN Alumni Junior association, afterwork events are a time for social exchange and gives students and graduates the chance to connect in a relaxed atmosphere.
Alumni discuss their careers and answer questions while offering students advice on developing their career plans and joining the job market.
Created in 1921, the association is home to a community of 17,000 ICN Business School graduates. The club strengthens links between alumni, the school and students through a variety of activities, promotes professional development and enhances the network of ICN graduates. After 100 years of existence, ICN Alumni can be proud of its achievements: more than 50 ICN ambassadors around the world, 15 years of student/graduate mentoring, the ICN prize founded in 1996 to showcase inspiring graduates and a capacity to renew itself and to continuously develop a larger, stronger network.