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November 8, 2012 5:17 pm
French business school ICN, based in Nancy, is to become only the second school to teach the French Grande Ecole programme in Germany. The school will launch its Masters in Management degree in Nuremberg, in Southern Germany, in September 2013.
ICN already runs its undergraduate degree in the German city, says director general Jérôme Caby. Prof Caby expects 20 students to enrol for the programme in Germany and a further four from the Nancy campus to study there for part of their programme. The programme will be taught in English.
ICN’s Master’s in Management degree ranks 53 in the world in the Financial Times Masters in Management ranking.
ESCP Europe already teaches its Masters in Management degree in Berlin, just over 400 kms from Nuremberg. It also has campuses in Paris, London, Turin and Madrid.
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