ICN Business School

Master in Management


The Master in Management (Grande École Degree) program trains tomorrow's professionals to be able to perform across the boundaries between management and other disciplines. Students receive a thorough grounding in management disciplines. This gives them the confidence to confront, after many experiences both in the classroom and off-campus, a wide range of challenging and unique situations to which they will be asked to provide innovative solutions.

Why joining the program?

  • Build your customized program depending of your professional project: choose your specialization among 12 study Routes and more than 20 Artem Workshops.
  • Choose, from among the ICN's 130 partners in 50 countries, the foreign university which you think will contribute most to your training program (optional).
  • Learn to overcome yourself and to manage your future career thanks to the Management Seminars included in the program.


1st year (Master program or IPM):

  • Common Core Course: Data analysis; Business environment; Intercultural communication; Professional skills; Cost accounting; Organizational behavior; Management control; Investment and financing decisions; IS management; Strategic marketing; Project management; Strategic analysis; Organizational design; Industrial and services marketing; Intercultural management; Risk and company valuation
  • Specializations: Arts and Entertainment Industry Management; Audit; Banking, Funds and Markets; Communication and Digital Marketing; Management Control; Product/Service Design Innovation; Distribution, E-Commerce and Key Account Management; Corporate Finance; International Brand Management; Management of Innovation; Talent Management in Organizations; Banking and Insurance
  • Artem Courses: choose your Artem Workshop among over 20 Workshops
  • "Team Spirit" Seminar
  • Internship: 3 months in a company

2nd year (Master program only):

  • Common Core Course: Governance, ethics and CSR; Managing early growth and performance; Leadership; Strategy Management; Risk Management
  • Option 1: Continuation of the Specialization choosen during the 1st year program
  • Option 2: Choice of an ICN or an International Double Degree
  • Artem Courses: Common Artem Courses + Artem Innovation Challenge (competition with Students from Artem Alliance)
  • "Developing your career" Seminar
  • Internship: 6 months in a company in France or abroad


Nancy-Metz (France), Nuremberg (Germany)

Degree awarded

ICN Master in Management Degree – Degree approved by the French Government.
Ministry of Higher Education Visa of Approval: ICN Business School is hereby authorized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research to award the Degree of Master to successful graduates of its 2 years program ICN Master in Management.

Practical information

  • Length of studies: 2 years of studies
  • Campuses location and languages of study:
    • English track: Metz (France) or Nuremberg (Germany) for the 1st year program; Metz or Nancy (France) for the 2nd year program
    • French track: Nancy (France) for the 2-year program
  • Information: some options or modules of the program depend on the Campus choosen
Teaching ModeFull Time
Academic RequirementsNo academic background in business or economics required
Tuition Fees

€9,200 for the 1st year program; €8,700 for the 2nd year program (fees 2015, given for information)

Length2 Years
Application Deadline

June 30

Application Procedure


Admission for international students:

Students holding a Bachelor degree or a recognized foreign 3-year degree:

  • Admission on to 1st year for 2 years of study (Master in Management program)
  • Admission on to 1st year for 1 year of study (IPM program)

To get more information with the admission process (application deadlines, documents to provide, languages tests...): visit the ‘Application Files’ section of the School website or contact the ICN International Relations Office via

Admission Selection

Selection will be made on the basis of the completed application submitted (an oral interview can be organized). The application should contain: certified academic transcripts from all universities attended, a curriculum vitae, a covering letter and attestations of languages.
Copy of the Certificate(s) of language(s) indicating level achieved [for non-native speakers of the language(s) required]:

  • English language: TOEFL (79-80 IBT), TOEIC (750-800), GMAT (550), IELTS (6,5), Certificate of Cambridge (level C)
  • French language: DALF or DELF (level B2)

The admissions jury will meet in June.