The IAE Nice Graduate School of Management recently celebrated La Rentrée with 270 fresh students and a new sponsor from the business world: IBM. Internationalism and close cooperation with the corporate world are at the forefront at the university.
Nadine Tournois, Director of IAE Nice (Institut d'Administration des Entreprises), opened the ceremony marking the beginning of the semester of the 270 new students. Frédéric Allard, CTO Office Europe and Site Executive at IBM France, was also present at the occasion. In the coming years, IAE Nice will be collaborating with the IT giant and Allard gave a lecture on artificial intelligence. He focused in particular on the topics of innovation and new technologies.
An international approach and close co-operation with the corporate world are at the forefront of IAEA Nice degree programmes. Each course has at least one English-language course and students are also given the opportunity to participate in international exchange programmes in countries such as the USA, China, Germany and others in Eastern Europe.
Founded 45 years ago, the IAE Nice Graduate School of Management is part of the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and is located on the Saint-Jean d'Angely campus in the heart of Nice. Its student body is made up of those hoping for a high-level career and the establishment offers 25 different master's degree programmes as well as various continuing education opportunities for professionals in the economic sector. Further information about the courses and adult education initiatives can be found at: www.unice.fr/iae/fr/formations/offre-formations.