Teach executives a broad range of digital sector skills, essential for managers in today’s companies and industries (4.0).
Provide students with the specific skills on disruptive technologies already employed by these pioneering businesses (artificial intelligence, blockchain, etc.).
Produce responsible and creative managers who have mastered the core elements of digital and the tools used within a corporate setting.
ICN’s proven and recognized expertise in the digital sector.
Quality and diversity of the program with teaching offered by professors and those from the world of business.
One-on-one support for students to help them find a job once they graduate.
The program combines a variety of teaching methods and activities. Here is an overview of the modules:
New Digital Models
Digital Project (Phase 2)
Digital transformation & Digital Project (Phase 1)
Technical skills and data analytics
4-year higher-education degree (BAC +4) or Master’s
3-year higher-education degree (BAC +3) with extensive work experience
Selection based on an application form and interview
Since 1905 ICN Business School has been the ‘Grande École’ in the east of France and at the heart of Europe. Its identity and its development are rooted in the links between Management, Technology and Art. These links will be vital determinants for tomorrow’s economic environment.
The mission of ICN Business School is to provide innovative and transdisciplinary education that enables students and practicing executives to become responsible professionals capable of acting in the global business environment. ICN Business School faculty engages in knowledge creation in the crossroads of art, management and technology that contributes to the advancement of impactful knowledge and sustainable practice in the business and organizational fields. The ICN community is driven by three fundamental values, which find their true expression in the objectives of the Artem Alliance: open-mindedness, commitment, team spirit.
In 2019, ICN opened another campus in the heart of the Berlin, which stresses the international orientation of the business school. With almost 40% foreign students, the university attaches big value to tolerance, diversity and commitment.