The ENPC School of International Management was founded in 1987 as the business school of the École nationale des ponts et chaussées (to-day called Ecole des Ponts ParisTech), Frances first Grande Ecole, created in 1747 under the reign of King Louis XV and one of its most prestigious Grandes Écoles. Ever since, the ENPC has been renowned throughout Europe for the quality of its education and alumni, and for the high level of its expertise.
A Truly International and Multicultural MBA
Since its inception, the ENPC School of International Management has promoted the study of international business and value-based global leadership. It prides itself on developing entrepreneurial leaders with a strong sense of values that go beyond academic excellence and give a true understanding of global business in the 21st century. We are proud of the diversity of our faculty - from leading business schools and universities from around the world, the diversity of our student body (48 nationalities represented in the last 4 years alone) and the percentage of woman in our program (on average 35%).
The flexibility of our programs:
From the beginning, Celia Russo, the founder of the ENPC MBA, believed in giving MBA participants the maximum choice in designing their own curriculum. The curriculum is thus divided among core courses, which are required for all MBAs (Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Operations Management, etc.) and electives which MBA participants are free to choose according to their interests and/or specialization.
* MBA in International Business (Full-time and Part-time)
* MBA in Technology & Entrepreneurship (Full-time and Part-time)
* MBA in Entreprise Risk Management (Full-time and Part-time)
* Tri-Continent MBA (Paris/Philadelphia/Tokyo & Shanghai, in co-operation with Temple University, USA)
* ENPC/Fox Executive MBA (week-end format, a dual-degree program)
Furthermore, MBA participants may take up to 3 courses, of the approximately 18 courses needed to graduate, in any of our sister or exchange programs around the globe.
* In addition to the curriculum in Paris, participants have the option of taking modules abroad at any one of its sister schools, in Morocco (Casablanca) and in China (Shanghai). Optional study trips are also available to China and the USA. In addition, the school has exchange links with other business schools in Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Mexico, the UK, and the USA.
* Instead of working with professors from only one school, we offer MBA participants the opportunity to work with and learn from world-class faculty from renowned business schools and universities from around the globe - the US, the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, India and more. The quality of our professoral corps is also one of the reasons why the ENPC MBA is renowned around the world for the quality of its Academic Programming.
What makes the ENPC MBA PARIS special ?:
* Part of one of Frances oldest and prestigious "Grandes Ecoles", the ENPC (Ecole des Ponts ParisTech), building on over 250 years of History.
* Located in the center of Paris.
* A flexiblility to design your own curriculum according to your personal and professional objectives.
* Visiting world-class faculty from top international schools (Warwick, Cornell, Cambridge, NYU, RSM, Trinity).
* A global network of over 13 000 ENPC alumni worldwide and partner schools in 11 countries.
The ENPC School of International Management is located at La Maison des Ponts, "Rue de la Fontaine au Roi", in Paris XIs district. The street takes its name form the water canals built in the XVII century to allow water to be transported from Belleville, once a neighbouring village, to Paris.
Located on the Right Bank, this is one of the most densely populated arrondissements in Paris, as well as being a fun and diverse area. The residential areas are to the East and to the West, this latter offering large
markets and parks around the" Place de la Bastille" and "Place de la République", while the more lively area is found around "Rue Faubourg Saint-Antoine", where one finds trendy bars, restaurants and cafés as well as boutiques and galleries.