ISG Business School

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Institut supérieur de gestion
Motto L'envie d'entreprendre - l'ouverture aux mondes - la créativité à 360° - la confiance en soit et aux autres
Established 1967
Type Business school
President Anne Marie Rouane
Students 1,467 (in 2010)[1]
Location Paris, New York, Tokyo, France, USA, Japan
Campus Urban
Affiliations UNIDO-UNESCO, AACSB, EFMD, CGE, IONIS Education Group, UGEI

The ISG business school or Institut Superieur de Gestion, is a business school, based in Paris, France.[2]

It was founded in 1967 by a group of French CEOs led by Pierre-Alexandre Dumas.

Since 1983, ISG is associated with universities in Tōkyō, New York, Singapore, Germany, England, China, South Korea, Australia and Tunisia.

ISG delivers BBAs and MBAs. Majors of the Grande Ecole master are Marketing, and Finance.


The ISG Paris was founded in 1967.[3] In 1982 and 1984, the campuses of Tokyo and New York were inaugurated. The university concluded its first partnership with China in 1985. In 1997, the university joined the IONIS Education Group. In 2004, the diploma was recognized by French Ministry of National Education and the university was accredited by IACBE before becoming member of UNIDO in 2006. In 2007, the university was accredited by ACBSP before being recognized by French State to deliver a Master's degree[4] in 2009. The same year, the school became a member of AACSB.[5] On 10 April 2012, the ISG became a member of the Conférence des grandes écoles.[6]

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Coordinates: 48°52′01″N 2°16′47″E / 48.86694°N 2.27972°E / 48.86694; 2.27972