Institut Mines-Télécom Business School being a part of Institut Mines-Telecom (the number ONE group of engineering and management graduate schools in France) is a highly selective and prestigious, public, socially inclusive Management School called The Grandes Écoles.
In 1979, the old Institut National des Télécommunications began training the engineers and managers at France Télécom (today known as Orange) on the same campus. As the two different business cultures started mixing together and sharing their work, new synergies began to emerge. Today, this hybrid approach remains the driving force behind our Business School at Institut Mines-Télécom, France’s leading Engineering School Group.
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has always been at the forefront of digital and societal transformations. As a Public and socially inclusive higher education institution, we take great pride in welcoming and individually supporting students from a wide range of backgrounds. We help them develop the inter-communication skills and personal qualities required for a successful future in a constantly changing world.
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School is regularly ranked among the Top 15 business schools in France. Incorporated into the Institut Mines-Télécom Group, we offer our students unique learning opportunities in collaboration with the prestigious Télécom SudParis Engineering School.
Student life on an “American Style” campus at the south of Paris is very active and varied. 60 associations on campus provide access to a whole range of activities: sports, cinema, culture, volunteering, arts, and services.
The Student’s Office of Institut Mines-Telecom Business School and Telecom SudParis is the 4th largest in France. Evry One is the country’s second most popular student radio station, broadcasting on the FM band from its own studio on campus.
Rather than just engaging in leisure activities, students learn here to work together, conduct projects, and lead a team. It’s in itself a real professional experience that enhances their career path.